2016 Chevrolet Spark EV w/1LT
- 128 City
- 109 Hwy
- Horsepower140 hp
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2016 Chevrolet Spark Buyer's Guide
The 2016 Chevrolet Spark has been completely redesigned for the new model year, with Chevy relying on the same recipe for success that informed its previous-generation city car. That vehicle, of course, became a surprise hit for the Bowtie brand on its debut, and it continues to lead the segment in sales today. To extend that leadership, Chevy once again showcases a surprising range of new technologies that includes advanced smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as driver-assistance measures like forward-collision alert, lane-departure warning and a standard rearview camera. And that’s on top of 4G LTE connectivity and mobile wi-fi capability, both of which debuted for the 2015 Spark, and a new engine that’s more powerful and more efficient than the previous unit.
What's the difference between trims?2016 Chevrolet Spark LS
- 15-inch steel wheels
- MyLink infotainment system
- Air conditioning
- 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot
- 15-inch alloy wheels
- Fog lamps
- Chrome grille
- Satellite radio
- 15-inch alloy wheels
- Keyless ignition and entry
- Heated front seats
- Siri Eyes-Free
What makes it move?
That new powerplant is a 1.4-liter, four-cylinder engine that leverages an aluminum cylinder block and head for light weight and a number of friction-reduction measures for enhanced efficiency. As a result, the 2016 Spark sports 98 hp and 95 lb.-ft. of torque, representing jumps of 17 and 13 percent respectively, yet Chevrolet additionally indicates that the revised Spark will be able to reach 40 mpg in highway driving (with its available continuously variable transmission; a five-speed manual gearbox is standard).
Why buy the 2016 Chevrolet Spark?
Regardless of its urban-friendly proportions, the 2016 Chevrolet Spark offers an outsized roster of standard and available equipment that wouldn’t be out of place on cars with much higher MSRPs. There’s even a sophisticated dot-matrix LCD instrument-cluster display available to burnish its more premium cabin. Just as importantly, the Spark relies on a new, more robust body structure and longer wheelbase to enable a more upscale driving experience, and it complements those improved dynamics with a more streamlined, aerodynamic appearance. Further, while the Spark’s new shape is a noticeable 1.6 inches shorter in height, engineers specifically revised the vehicle’s seating positions to serve up a fairly spacious cabin, along with the ability to hold up to 27.2 cubic feet of cargo (with rear seats folded).