For The Chevrolet Spark is more practical than most city cars and all versions have six airbags, as well as a five-year warranty and servicing package.
Against Basic versions are short on some kit and the cabin plastics aren't particularly appealing.
The Chevrolet Spark is spacious and has distinctive looks, but choose your model carefully, because not all are great value.
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The Chevrolet Spark is all about low-cost motoring, so you might think the cheapest version makes most sense. Financially it does, but the entry-level car is short on kit, so we'd recommend spending a bit more to make sure you get the essentials.
That said, it's best not to go too far in the other direction, because the top-spec versions are quite pricey and for that kind of money you can get classier, more grown-up superminis.
Although it's not particularly keenly priced, or well equipped compared with its city car rivals, the Spark stands out in a couple of areas. Firstly, there's the angular styling, which gives it a more edgy look than most of its cutesy counterparts. Then there's the cabin, which has more space than most.
Discounts aren't as large at this end of the market, but push for as much off the list price as you can, because at this level every penny counts.
Probably the best model in the range once you’ve negotiated a discount. Reasonable performance, good equipment levels and decent safety.