Set to arrive in Chevrolet retailers in spring 2010, the all-new Spark will be available from only £6,945 on-the-road, with a choice of two engines.
The entry-level Spark will be offered with a 1.0-litre engine developing 68PS, coupled to a five-speed manual gearbox. Despite being the smallest car in the Chevrolet line-up, it comes with six airbags as standard, proving that even the most compact cars can offer class-leading safety. The model recently achieved an excellent four-star Euro NCAP crash test rating, with a maximum five stars for child protection.
Models in Spark + trim, also available with the 1.0-litre engine, come with air conditioning, electric front windows and central locking, along with a USB compatible four-speaker stereo.
The LS, which is expected to be the most popular trim level, comes with a choice of the 1.0-litre or an 81PS 1.2-litre engine, and adds remote central locking, silver trim detailing, a sunglasses holder, 14-inch wheels, body-coloured door handles and mirrors, a chrome-effect grille surround, front fog lamps and a body-coloured rear spoiler.
For £500 more than the 1.2 LS, customers can add a plus pack – the LS+ gets smart alloy wheels, electric windows front and rear, a trip computer, heated electric door mirrors, roof bars and steering wheel audio controls.
The range-topping LT, which comes with the 1.2-litre engine only, comes with a level of equipment you’d normally expect of a much larger and more expensive car, including 15-inch alloys, climate control, interior detailing to match the exterior (depending on colour), an exterior body kit and a six-speaker stereo.
Options across the range include metallic paint, rear parking sensors and electronic stability control.
The Spark will be available to order from Chevrolet retailers from December 11th.
Chevrolet Spark Prices
Spark 1.0: £6,945
Spark 1.0 +: £8,145
Spark 1.0 LS: £8,445
Spark 1.2 LS: £8,795
Spark 1.2 LS+: £9,295
Spark 1.2 LT: £9,845
Electronic Stability control: £350
Metallic paint: £365
Rear Parking sensors: £150