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The inexpensive and well-equipped Chevy Spark has a few light feature adjustments, but in most ways is just like the completely redesigned 2016 model. This agile and efficient subcompact car is a top choice for new drivers and anyone who mostly drives in cities. The Spark is also loaded with advanced safety features that keep it safer than other subcompact models, so try the Chevy Spark if you’re interested in an affordable subcompact hatchback.
The 2017 Spark is divided into three trim levels: the LS, 1LT, and 2LT. Each trim level can use either an automatic or five-speed manual transmission. Opting for the 1LT adds powerful fog lights, cruise control, heated side mirrors and SiriusXM satellite radio, among other features. The 2LT goes farther, adding leatherette seating, keyless entry with push-button start, chrome exterior trim, and more.
The Spark comes in a variety of bright colors, from Fire Red to Silver Ice Metallic and Mint and starts with 15-inch steel wheels, a solid black grille, and a subtle rear spoiler. Higher trims offer integrated turn-signal mirrors, an optional sunroof, and 15-inch split-spoke alternative wheels.
The 2017 Spark uses a 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that generates up to 98 horsepower and 94 lb-ft of torque. The power is just enough for the extremely light Spark. The engine keeps the Spark on pace when out of the city, but its true advantage over competitors is fuel economy. At most, drivers can expect 31 city mpg and 41 highway mpg from the Spark. For drivers who face cold weather, all trim levels offer an engine block heater.
The 2017 Spark is particularly effective at tight urban settings, and parking lots are no problem. Automatic models use a continuously variable transmission, or CVT, with a few special modes drivers can select while on the road. Specifically, the CVT offers a setting to prioritize sudden acceleration, and another to cruise at high speeds with maximum efficiency. The Spark is comfortable against challenging roads, thanks to a suspension that combines front MacPherson struts and a rear compound crank.
When it comes to the interior, the 2017 Spark has more upgrade potential than many competitors. Higher trims have features like a leather wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, and multiple color options for soft cloth or leatherette seat upholstery. Even at base, drivers have a height-adjustable driver seat, four-speaker audio system, and OnStar service with 4G LTE hotspot capabilities, as well as a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
A convenient rearview camera is standard on all 2017 Spark models, as are front disc and rear drum brakes, hill-start assist, stability and traction control, and a thorough suite of air bags. Drivers who want lane departure warnings and forward collision alerts should choose the Spark 2LT and choose the Driver Confidence package. Trims above the LS will also have a system that automatically unlocks the doors after detecting a collision, to help occupants get out quickly.