Five-Point Inspection: 2013 Chevrolet Spark

Five-Point Inspection: 2013 Chevrolet Spark

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Chevrolet is selling the Spark with razor-thin margins. What’s more, the company isn’t trying to hide that. In fact, it’s almost a point of pride, and perhaps one of the most astute choices in recent years.

That’s because you can get one for about $13,000 after delivery. It’s far from being the most exciting car you’ll drive but with such low pricing it makes a convincing case as a first car or budget friendly city machine.

The Spark is meant to work as a brand ambassador, bringing first-time buyers away from other automakers, and based on strong initial sales it seems to be doing just that.

  • Obermd

    If you got the application error with an iPhone 5 or iOS6 device, it doesn’t surprise me.  Browsing the Apple forums reveals a lot of different cars with problems with Bluetooth and iOS6.  Apple botched something.

  • John M

    Why can’t Apple just get along with everyone? And why do Android phones have to be so confusing. I miss my Nokia brick when everything was simple and Snake was still a cool game.