2015 Chevy Spark Features
Welcome back to “Four Favorite Features” at Harbin Automotive, where we a take a closer look at some of our most exciting models through a more subjective lens and decide what it is that makes us love them so much. In this installment, we’ll take a look at a vehicle that is set to arrive at our Alabama dealership, and that has been a hit with students and commuters alike, the 2015 Chevy Spark. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
The Awesome Color Palette. We truly can’t think of any cars–okay, not counting our own Chevy Sonic–that comes with such a wild array of potential color choices. Choose from colors such as “Lemonade,” “Salsa” or “Grape Ice,” and marvel at the fact that the Spark’s colors actually make you hungry! However, these colors are more than just clever names; they’re striking to look at as well.
The Updated Chevy MyLink System. We like technology quite a bit around here. We aren’t shy about it. Luckily, the 2015 Chevy Spark has tech features that competing vehicles can’t touch, foremost among them the MyLink interface that allows drivers to access streaming audio and video, use their telephone or pull up turn-by-turn navigation. And, since the Spark features built-in 4G LTE WiFi connectivity, using the internet is easier than ever before.
The RemoteLink Key Fob Service. You guessed it, more technology. Using OnStar RemoteLink, you can now use your phone to remotely unlock your car if your keys are locked inside it. You can also turn on the horn and lights to help you find your vehicle in a crowded parking lot. Basically, you’ll never have to worry about calling a locksmith or losing your vehicle ever again. (These are both very good things.)
The Surprising Spaciousness. This isn’t a feature quite as much as it’s just an absolute fact: the Spark is roomier than you might guess. You can fold the rear seat flat to free up 31.2 cubic feet of cargo space to store musical gear or groceries. Or, if you are bringing friends along for a night on the town, you have a generous 86.3 cubic feet of passenger volume. Up to four occupants will be thrilled at just how comfortable the Spark can be.
And have we even mentioned how inexpensive the Spark is? With a starting MSRP of just over $12,000, it’s as easy on the pocketbook as it is on gas–up to 39 highway mpg, btw. So swing on over to Harbin Automotive soon, and see what all the fuss is about!