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Chevrolet Spark 1.0I Ls 5Dr Petrol Hatchback

12/62 Reg | 37,550 miles | Petrol | Black | Manual

Ford Kings Norton

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BHP rates the engine performance of vehicles and stands for the brake horsepower.

Performance (BHP)

CO2 is the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by the vehicle in grams per kilometre travelled, the lower the CO2 emissions the cleaner the vehicle is for the environment.

CO2 (g/km)

The total number of seats in the vehicle.

Number Of Seats

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"idea city or 1st time driver car great insurance group low road tax and excellent MPG"

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  • Metallic Paint
  • Low Mileage
  • CD Player
Body Glass
Electric front windows
Rear wash/wipe
Tinted glass with shaded front windscreen
Driver Aids
Power Steering
Driving Mirrors
Body coloured door mirrors
Internally adjustable door mirrors
Embellishment Trims
Dark argent centre console
Jade black door and instrument panel inserts
4 speakers
Radio/MP3 CD player with aux input
Exterior Body Features
Body colour door handles
Chrome grille surround
Body colour rear roof spoiler
Boot grab handle
Body coloured bumpers
Exterior Lights
Front fog lamps
Height adjustable headlamps
Air conditioning
Rear window demister
Air filter
Interior Features
Tiltable steering column
Front ashtray and cigar lighter
Sunglasses holder
Steering wheel with polar silver insert
Rear parcel shelf
3 spoke steering wheel
Cloth upholstery
Interior Lights
Door courtesy lamps
Front seat side impact airbags
Driver/Front Passenger airbags
Side curtain airbags
3 point rear seatbelts x3
Front seatbelt pretensioners + load limiters
Front passenger airbag deactivation
Seatbelt warning
Knee protector
Front passenger seat undertray
Front passenger side seatback pocket
Height adjustable driver's seat
Height adjustable front headrests
3 rear headrests
Isofix rear child seat preparation
60/40 split folding rear seat
Engine immobiliser
Vanity Mirrors
Driver/passenger sunvisors and vanity mirrors
14" steel wheels
Wheels - Spare
Tyre repair kit

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.

Ten Second Review

Roomy and with some attractive design inside and out, the Chevrolet Spark citycar will be right up the street of many small car buyers. The 1.0-litre models are the most affordable in the range and if you avoid the poorly-equipped entry-level trim, they look like good value.


Chevrolet's efforts to grow its profile in the UK market were hindered from the outset by its reliance on ex-Daewoo models. Trying to make the best of a cheap and not particularly cheerful model range that had already been intensively marketed as the lowest expense, lowest involvement way into a functioning new car proved challenging. Where the famous American brand has been able to put its own stamp on its products, the signs have been much more encouraging. The Captiva 4x4 and Cruze saloon both have something to be said for them and the Spark, a compact citycar with MPV tendencies that replaces the long-serving Matiz, is another model for which there are high hopes.

Driving Experience

The entry-level engine option is usually worthy of consideration in citycars. If you're sitting in urban traffic jams most of the time or crawling along in search of a parking space, a lack of power isn't so much of a problem. The Spark's entry-level unit has a 1.0-litre capacity and four-cylinders unlike many units of its size that make do with three. It has 67bhp which is 12bhp less than the 1.2-litre unit that occupies the next rung up in the range. It's a modern powerplant with alloy cylinder heads, double overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder. A multi-port fuel injection system works to optimise the combustion process, getting the maximum from each drop of unleaded. Given the full beans, the 1.0-litre Spark will accelerate to 62mph in 15.5s which isn't particularly rapid but a 96mph top speed should mean it's up to motorway journeys if not overly comfortable on them. The Spark has a compact footprint, with the wheels pushed right out to the corners of its body for a tight turning radius of just five meters. The suspension is as you'll find in most modern small cars with a MacPherson strut independent set-up at the front and a torsen beam at the rear. The power steering, however, is hydraulic and gives greater feel than the electric systems more commonly used in citycars.

Design and Build

The Spark is 3,640mm long and 1,597mm wide, so it's less dinky than committed citycars like the smart fortwo or Toyota iQ but on a par with other models like the Ford Ka and Citroen C1 which still attempt to offer a realistic four person capacity with a usable boot. There's a definite MPV aspect to the Spark's shape, with its flat sides and high roofline helping to make even more of the space available. It's far from frumpy though, with huge headlights, a narrow glass area and a deep front bumper that curves around the car's nose blending with the bulbous wheelarches. There's plenty going on but the Spark is attractive and has a bit of attitude about it as well The cabin area is roomy with good head and legroom for a pair of rear seat passengers and the option of squeezing in a third. A boot of 170-litres is ok for a citycar and with the seats folded, there's an impressive 568 litres available. Chevrolet has also built in some engaging features like the instrument cluster that sits on top of the steering column which takes its design inspiration from that of a motorcycle. All of the controls are illuminated in a fetching electric blue when the headlights are turned on and there's the usual array of storage features including a centre console with cup holders and a pot for MP3 players or mobile phones.

Market and Model

Pricing for the Spark 1.0-litre looks very attractive but tread with caution because the entry-level version is about as well equipped as a man climbing Everest in Speedos and a sombrero. With no stereo, manual windows and not even a clock, the main purpose of this model is attracting buyers into showrooms with its £7,000 asking price. The real value is to be had at Spark + level where air-conditioning, electric windows, central locking and a USB compatible four-speaker stereo are all included for a modest price increase. The LS grade is the next step up with body-coloured exterior appendages, a rear spoiler, front fog lights and remote central locking. Safety is a Spark strong point with six airbags included even on the entry-level models. Various crumple zones have been incorporated into the design, there's a pedal retraction system to safeguard the feet of the driver in a front end collision, ABS brakes and seatbelt pretensioners. An ISOFIX child seat attachment is also thrown in on all models.

Cost of Ownership

Running costs are obviously crucial in any citycar and the Spark's compact petrol engines should deliver the goods. Emissions of the 1.0-litre car are pegged at 119g/km and combined cycle economy is 55mpg. There are more economical small cars out there but the Spark holds its own and keeps upfront costs down. It should also hold its own against mainstream citycars in terms of residual values.

Electric front windows, ABS, Bluetooth system, Power Steering, Remote fuel filler release, Internally adjustable door mirrors, 4 speakers, Body coloured bumpers, Height adjustable headlamps, Air conditioning...

0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)15.3
Engine Power - BHP68
Engine Power - KW50
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM6400
Engine Torque - LBS.FT69
Engine Torque - MKG9.5
Engine Torque - NM93
Engine Torque - RPM4800
Top Speed94
Green Stats
Emissions - ICE
CO2 (g/km)118 (g/km)
Noise Level dB(A)68.5
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5
Fuel Consumption - ICE
EC Combined (mpg)56.5
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies
EC Extra Urban (mpg)68.9
EC Urban (mpg)42.8

Cash Price

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This is one of the most popular methods to buy a new vehicle. You pay an initial deposit, then pay off the balance in monthly payments over an agreed period of time, when the payments are complete the car is yours.

One of the main benefits with Hire Purchase is the ability to buy a high value vehicle on monthly payments.
Hire Purchase allows you to tailor your finance package as deposit, length of time and monthly payments are all flexible.


Personal contract hire is very similar to normal contract hire, but is exclusively for private individuals. This is one of the most common form of leasing.
With a personal contract hire agreement you take control of a car for a contractual period – usually referred to as the ‘lease period’. You will make fixed monthly payments for the duration of the contract – when the contract expires you will simply return the car and take out a new personal contract hire lease. PCH means you never have to worry about resale values of your car.

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