New 2016 Chevrolet Spark Prices

Select a new 2016 Chevrolet Spark trim level

2016 model year changes

The Chevrolet Spark received a top to bottom redesign for the 2016 model year. New styling hides a significantly improved chassis, housing more safety features and an improved engine. Connectivity was a major point of emphasis for the new Chevy Spark. As a result, the 2016 model doesn't ask for too many compromises from drivers who like to stay connected, but who may not want a large car and all the trappings thereof.

Competitive comparison

Compact footprint; efficient engine; connectivity features; improved power

Special features for 2016

The Chevrolet Spark is the smallest and least-expensive car in the Chevy lineup. Starting at under $13,000, the Spark competes with the Ford Fiesta and the Honda Fit. A dozen years ago, cars in this class would be very spartan and economically designed, devoid of even the most basic of features. However, times have changed and Americans now demand more from their small cars. The Chevrolet Spark pushes the trend even further by offering a bevy of standard and optional features on the car, while still keeping its core small-car values intact.
The Chevrolet Spark can seat four people and offers a unique take on the compact hatchback, available in three trim levels as well as an electric version. Standard outfitting includes: 15” alloy wheels, automated headlights, all-powered accessories, 60/40 split and fold rear seating, OnStar, trip computer, rolling Wi-Fi and four-speaker sound system. Upgrades can add powered side mirrors, remote entry, media-enhanced steering wheel, 7” touchscreen console, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration smartphone integration, upgraded sound system, faux leather seating, roof rails, heated side mirrors and more. Powering the Spark is a 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 84 horsepower and 83 pound-feet of torque.