Chevrolet Spark deals: Car deal of the week
Money off the Chevrolet Spark city car and entire Chevrolet range
You can now get £2,480 off the price of the bargain Chevrolet Spark city car. Prices start at just £6,395 for the basic LS model, and include equipment such as Bluetooth connectivity, a DAB radio and electronic stability control as standard.
As well as being cheap to buy, the Chevrolet Spark is also cheap to run. Both the entry-level 1.0-litre and larger 1.2-litre petrol engines will manage 56.5mpg and emit just 118g/km of CO2, meaning they cost just £30 per year to tax. Both come with a five speed manual gearbox, and as with every model in the Chevrolet range, benefit from the brand’s three-year/60,000-mile warranty.
On top of the equipment listed for the basic model, the mid-spec Chevrolet Spark LT gets air-conditioning, body coloured door mirrors and some chrome effect trim on the exterior. Inside, there’s a trip computer and some additional interior colours.
However, it’s the top-of-the-range Chevrolet Spark LTZ that offers the best value for money. It adds 15-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, electric rear windows and steering wheel-mounted audio controls, as well as rear parking sensors and front fog lamps.
That said, the Spark is a car designed almost exclusively for city – with a tiny 35-litre fuel tank and miniscule 170-litre boot. It's perfectly comfortable around town, but if you spend a lot of time on the motorway, one of Chevrolet’s larger models – all of which offer incredible value for money – may be a better bet.
In fact, the Ford Focus-rivalling Chevrolet Cruze SW estate now costs from just £10,180 – representing a customer saving of £5,500. Standard equipment includes electric front windows, air-conditioning and a host of front, side and curtain airbags.
Offers are valid from now until the end of March, with more information available on the Chevrolet website. Alternatively, you can check out the entire Chevy range by visiting the Carbuyer Chevrolet reviews page.
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