For All versions of the Chevrolet Spark come with six airbags and a five-year warranty and servicing package.
Against The steering is too heavy at parking speeds and too vague on the motorway, plus rivals are more practical and owners have lot of complaints.
What Car? says
The Chevrolet Spark is hard to recommend when you consider how many superior cars are available for similar money.
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There are 3 Chevrolet Spark versions available
Target Price team says:
The Chevrolet Spark is all about low-cost motoring, so you might think the cheapest version makes most sense. Financially it does, but it's 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 for the range-topping model; for the money this costs you can get classier, more grown-up city cars.
Although it's not particularly well equipped compared with its rivals, the Spark does stand out in one area; it gets six airbags as standard, whereas most rivals make do with four.
Discounts aren't that large, but push for as much off the list price as you can, because at this level every penny counts.
Reader test team says:
We have owned our Spark from new, and it has covered less than 24,000 miles and has full service history from the supplying dealership. This summer…
I drove this car as part of a purchasing 'test drive.' The sales person was keen to make the most of the cars ability and was scathing about my…