Chevy Spark 2010 : Reviews and Specs

Chevy Spark 2010 : Reviews and Specs

Chevy Spark 2010 : Reviews and Specs

People with families are not going to be looking at this car. Where do you put the stroller? It has no storage without the rear seats folded down. Besides, it's hard enough to squeeze a baby seat into the back of a Mazda3. Really doubt the Spark is going to make the cut.
The crisp lines of the five-door hatchback provide a wedge-like profile. Below Chevrolet's hallmark two-tier grille and headlamps that resemble diamond cut lines, the shape of the fog lamp housings and the "floating" lower air intake extend the sense of forward movement. Strong wheel arches accommodate up to 15-inch wheels to give the car a dynamic, ready-to-go stance.The rear door handles are integrated into the upper part of the door to preserve the clean lines of rear quarter panel and wheel arches. In the rear, an integrated tailgate spoiler and Chevrolet's round tail lights add to Spark's appeal.With an overall length of 3,640 mm and a generous 2,375 mm wheelbase, Spark offers a spacious cabin with outstanding leg and hip room in the front and rear. Interior
The design of Spark's spacious cabin clearly matches its fun and fashion exterior look and functionality. A unique feature is the motorcycle-inspired instrument cluster. Mounted on the steering column, it provides easy- to- read information to the driver utilizing a combination of analog and digital displays. With fresh colors and fabrics, exterior color schemes continue inside to Chevrolet's signature 'dual cockpit' layout and the door panels. Textured inserts flow from the instrument panel to each side of the cabin into the doors, adding another eye-catching element to the interior. Spark also boasts a high level of interior acoustic refinements typical of larger vehicles. Engines and safetySales will start in Europe featuring 1.0 and 1.2-liter 16-valve four-cylinder double overhead camshaft gasoline engines, delivering excellent fuel efficiency and low emissions.Depending on global markets, safety equipment includes driver and passenger front air bags, front side airbags, roof rail head curtain airbags, antilock brakes and electronic stability control. Other safety features include pre-tensioners for front seat belts and three-point belts in the rear. Spark has been developed and is expected to achieve high crash test ratings.Safety implications of 4 people in this? Oh, here we go again, it's the same crowd who thought rollover-prone SUVs were safer because they were bigger!And besides, it's not like it wasn't a 4-seater before, it gained two more doors, not two more seats.If you lived in California, land of "compact" parking spots (because they don't have space for full-sized ones), you'd be glad to have 4 doors. Even if you never open the rears, the fact that the front ones are shorter means it's easier to get in and out of.
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