Ever heard of the Chevrolet Spark? If so, you probably equate the miniature Chevy model with overseas markets. That's because, until now, the Spark hasn't been found resting on American lots such as Coastal Chevrolet at 5905 Ogeechee Highway Savannah, GA 31419. The key words there of course, are "until now."
Set to arrive in the U.S. by the end of the year, the 2013 Chevrolet Spark will bring affordable, fun and efficient drive to members of the Millennial Generation. In case you're unfamiliar, this young demographic is comprised of consumers looking to finance a car for the first time.
Already categorized as kin of the Chevrolet Sonic, the Spark will deliver a satisfying helping of technology even at the base-level trim. For example, drivers of the starting LS trim can take advantage of convenience features such as power windows, auxiliary input and temperature display as well as safety features like a comprehensive airbag system, electronic stability control and brake assist. Moving on up the ladder, Chevy engineers gave the Spark tech-goodies such as touch-screen infotainment, Bluetooth connectivity, steering-wheel audio controls, USB connectivity, Sirius XM Radio and more.
If you're looking for a new Chevrolet vehicle that will deliver road-burning power and neck-whipping speed, the Spark and its efficient 1.2-liter Ecotec engine might not be the right choice for you. In such case, Coastal Chevrolet recommends you take a pick at more performance-minded models such as the Chevrolet Camaro. For those who'd like an affordable, stylish ride with technology to boot, be sure to stay tuned to our Chevy blog for more information on the Chevrolet Spark hatch's arrival.