2018 Chevy Spark Model Review

29/38  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
11  Sec.
0-60 MPH
27.2  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Chevrolet Spark?

You may have noticed others driving around in a Chevy Spark in recent years, and you may have been intrigued by the eye-catching exterior of this popular subcompact car. For auto buyers who have been attracted to the Spark because of its exterior design, the good news is that Chevy did not change the body style or interior design and features between its 2017 and 2018 models. The only notable difference between the 2018 model and the previous year's version is a color change. Kalamata is a color that has been removed from the 2018 options and it was replaced with Sorbet. Interior color options remain unchanged.

2018 Spark Trims & Features

When you are preparing to buy a new car, you may scour the list of features available to determine if the vehicle meets your needs and expectations. When it comes to the 2018 Spark, you will notice that an incredible number of features are loaded into the car despite its compact size. Trim levels available range from the LS at the base end to the more advanced 1LT, 2LT and Activ Spark.

While higher end trim levels have a more robust list of standard features, all Spark trims for 2018 contain some common features. These include a manual tilting steering wheel with power steering, floor mats, storage areas, cup holders, a MyLink stereo feature, an infotainment system, a Bluetooth connection, an outside temperature reading, USB and auxiliary ports and several other features. Comfortable seating is available in your choice of several interior colors, and cloth material is standard. Your sales representative can answer your questions about standard and upgraded features available in the 2018 model.

2018 Chevrolet Spark Front


A test drive of the 2018 Spark will tell you if this vehicle's agility and power live up to your high expectations. Each of the four trim levels for 2018 features a standard 1.4-liter gas engine with four cylinders. Its features include 98 horsepower, 94 ft.-pounds of torque and 33 combined miles per gallon. All four trim levels are available with your choice of an automatic or manual transmission. In addition, all Spark trims for 2018 have a front and rear stabilization bar, front-wheel drive functionality, a tight turn radius, stability control and traction control.

Chevrolet Spark Safety

2018 Chevrolet Spark RearThe safety ratings and capabilities of different vehicles in this class vary, and a closer look can help you to make an informed decision about which small car to purchase. The Spark was analyzed in two IIHS safety categories, and this reputable auto association gave the 2018 model the highest rating available in these two categories. One reason for its exceptional safety test scores relates to the many top-notch features in the Spark that are designed to keep passengers as safe as possible on the road. With a closer look at the 2018 Spark's safety features, you will find that all available trims have side and front airbags, headrests for all passengers, emergency braking assist technology, child safety door locks and rear seat anchors, an anti-theft alarm system, dusk sensors in the headlights, auto-delay off headlights and several other features.

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