2013 Chevrolet Spark Priced At $12,995

2013 chevrolet spark priced at 12 995

The 2013 Chevrolet Spark won’t unseat the Nissan Versa as America’s cheapest car when it launches in late 2012. Starting at $12,995, the basic LS model comes with a fairly decent suite of equipment, including 10 airbags, air conditioning, auxiliary jack (hooray!) power windows, Onstar and 15 inch alloy wheels.

The 1LT trim will add a 7 inch touch screen, Bluetooth, a USB port, Chevrolet MyLink, power locks and windows, keyless entry and cruise control. All that will cost $14,495, so expect most of the models stocked by dealers to be the 1LT trim. The 2LT, at $15,795 adds mostly cosmetic changes, such as fog lamps, exclusive 15″ alloy wheels, body colored trim bits, heated leatherette seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. For comparison, a base Sonic starts at $14,600. All prices include destination.

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  • Speed3 Speed3 on Apr 05, 2012

    Does that include the destination charge? If so its not too bad. A base Ford Fiesta hatch is $14,895 with destination and NO options and those things easily go up from there once you start checking the boxes (don't they all?)

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    • 28-Cars-Later 28-Cars-Later on Apr 06, 2012

      @APaGttH When I think B-segment I immediately think of the Scion xB, tC, and the Kia Soul. I recently saw a new Fiesta and it was thinner and smaller than those other models. I see the Fiesta somewhere in between A and B personally.

  • GarbageMotorsCo. GarbageMotorsCo. on Apr 06, 2012

    Better off buying a Hyundai is your going to buy a Korean car.

  • Shaker Shaker on Apr 06, 2012

    I'm hoping that the battery version comes out with 100-mile range; I might give it a hard look if it's $20k (after rebate)

  • Danwat1234 Danwat1234 on Jul 23, 2012

    How much does a basic Sonic Turbo cost? If only a few thousands more, I'd go with that! Very similar EPA numbers, better on the hwy, slightly less in the city, and a lot more power.

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