The 2013 Chevrolet Spark is the smallest Chevy sold in the U.S. in at least 20 years. Still, early sales results seem to show that it's finding a market among young and urban buyers who want a short, easy-to-park four-person car with the versatility of a five-door hatchback body.
Sold all over the world, the smallest Chevy serves as family transport in places like India and China. Here in the States, it's more likely to be owned by city dwellers or as a household's third car.
The 2013 Spark only comes in a single body style--a five-door hatchback--and only offers one engine, a 1.2-liter four-cylinder putting out 84 horsepower. You can have it with a standard five-speed manual gearbox or an optional four-speed automatic. Stick with the manual, as the automatic slows down this already-not-very-fast car significantly.
The five-speed manual Spark gets EPA ratings of 32 mpg city, 38 mpg highway, for a combined rating of 34 mpg--as good as anything in the minicar class. But the automatic...
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