New 2022 ChevroletSpark 2LT Automatic Hatchback

  • VIN: KL8CF6SA1NC020681
  • Stock: G4175
On The Lot
at Legacy Chevrolet Buick GMC
Location Details
    Exterior Color
    Crimson
    Interior Color
    Jet Black/Dark Anderson Silver Metallic, Leatheret
    Fuel Economy
    30/38 MPG City/Hwy
    Body
    Hatchback
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Drivetrain
    FWD
    Engine
    Engine, 1.4L 4 Cylinder DOHC
    Chevrolet Spark

    Dealer Notes

    Thank You for clicking into Legacy Chevrolet Buick GMC's digital showroom. Check out this new 2022 Chevrolet Spark 2LT in CRIMSON. When you are ready for a test drive, please visit us at 13307 N US HWY 25 in CORBIN. You'll get the Legacy Chevrolet Buick GMC Experience. What is the Legacy Chevrolet Buick GMC Experience? It's simple: we treat every customer the way we would want to be treated. Here are just a few reasons why the Legacy Chevrolet Buick GMC experience is better than the rest: Our sales staff are not commissioned on profit, they are paid a flat fee when they sell a vehicle. We utilize market based pricing software to ensure you always get the best value on a new Chevrolet. We have an open and transparent trade-in process. We guarantee that you will be treated with the utmost respect and exceptional service!

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.2Out of 5
    • Excellent for the price!

      By Spitball Dave on Saturday, June 03, 2017

      5.0
      In the 80s, I bought a 1987 Chevy Sprint 3 cyl. That care served me well as a young single Soldier. Five years later, I upgraded to Saturn after marriage and the birth of my 1st child. Thirty years later, and no more children in the house, I downsized my personal car to a 2017 Chevy Spark. My family named it the Spitball. I average 35 mpg city and 44 highway (47 with A/C off). Like the Sprint, I love the 5-speed manual transmission. The mileage in only slightly less than my Sprint of 30 years ago. Im 6ft, 1in still, and now 185 (30 lb heavier from the 80s) and I fit comfortably in it for short road trips and getting 95% of my errands done around town. Unlike the Sprint, I now have intermittent wipers, a rear window defogger and wiper, a sound system, 10 airbags, ABS, Stabilitrack, traction control, digital readouts, fuel injection, a 4th cylinder, exactly twice the horsepower, 2 more doors, automatic front headlights, 15 in tires (vs 12 in), and more. I got all of this for 10,083 out-the-door after dealer incentives and a military discount. Plus, other customers let is sit on the lot for several months - no one under 45 knows how to drive a manual transmission any longer, it seems. Also, I have to roll the windows by hand. The car is small so there is no issue there. What a bargain for me!
    • Great commute vehicle

      By Harleyrider17 on Saturday, December 19, 2020

      5.0
      I moved out to the boonies, got tired of the city so when I made the move I knew I needed a commute vehicle that would get great gas mileage. anything close to 35 to 40 mpg would work seeing I was 60 miles one way from my job. I went online, looked at all the sub compact cars and for the money and resale value. I knew I would be putting around 120 miles a day on the car and after driving the car for 4 to 5 years it would have high mileage and no resale value and that is why I decided on the spark, The dealer I bought car thru had a left over 2018 model that was reduced heavily and my thinking was cost of purchase per year around 2k, normal maintenance around 500 equaling around 2500 dollars a year plus gas, insurance and registration. This was the best car for my situation and after nearly 2 yrs of commuting the car has been cheaper then what I was planning to spend, very reliable, getting around 37 to 39 mpg and able to go about 3 to 4 days between fill ups.
    • So far I really like this car. Very simple.

      By Ed's Sparky on Sunday, April 04, 2021

      4.0
      Was looking for basic commute car that I can stack freeway miles on. Engine and drive train looks of good quality (I have the 5M). Just did my first oil change myself, very easy. Since I was a kid I learned to do all repairs/maintenance myself. One of the main things I look for is how difficult it will be to work on. Bought GM recommended oil and Delco oil filter at Walmart, all under $30 dollars. Good for the next 7500 miles ! Been breaking 40 MPG ! Regular gas ! because of their size, tires will not cost that much. Wife say's I can make a nickel scream, I say at least I have a nickel !!! Had a New Beetle VW TDI. Good car but parts were very expensive and not the easiest to work on. Had 290K on it, heater core started leaking not worth repairing. When repairs are needed after warranty, the Spark will be easy to work on and because this is a GM product parts will be inexpensive. Chain drive camshafts !!!

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