The Spark's dashboard is user-friendly and its seats provide decent support. All versions have driver's seat height adjustment, but the two cheapest trims have no steering wheel adjustment and on the others it moves up and down only. All-round visibility is good, thanks to the Spark's upright shape.
Chevrolet Spark space & practicality
There's no shortage of space up front, but the rear seats are more suited to children than adults because kneeroom is tight. The boot is smaller than a Fiat Panda's or Volkswagen Up's, let alone a Dacia Sandero's, plus it has a high lip and small opening. Still, it's not all bad news, because there are lots of handy cubbyholes in the cabin.
Chevrolet Spark equipment
Entry-level cars get a four-speaker stereo with aux-in and USB sockets, but we reckon it's worth upgrading to LT trim, which adds the 1.2-litre engine, air-conditioning and remote central locking. Range-topping LTZ cars also come with alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and steering wheel-mounted audio controls, but they're expensive.