2013 Chevy Spark vs. 2012 Fiat 500
Drivers searching for the affordable, environmentally friendly car of the future need look no further than the 2013 Chevrolet Spark, available at your Elgin Chevrolet dealership. This brand new Chevy minicar redefines what it means to be a gas-driven auto, getting gas mileage better than some hybrids with 38 mpg on the highway thanks to its 1.2L inline 4-cylinder engine.
Chevrolet has frequently had their autos come out on top of the competition, and the 2013 Spark is no different, putting other minicars, like the Fiat 500, out to pasture. At Biggers Chevy, we believe that the best kind of driver is an informed one, so let’s take a look at what sets these two vehicles apart.
The Spark Continues to Dazzle Drivers
If this were a competition of style, the Fiat 500 might be able to compete against Chevy’s new minicar, but once we factor in the value and features of the Spark, the 2012 Fiat doesn’t stand a chance.
The 2012 Fiat 500 will run you $15,500 (MSRP), which isn’t too shabby, but when you’re looking at saving money on a vehicle, every penny helps. The 2013 Spark will save you quite a few pennies at its MSRP of $15,045.
It’ll even save you at the pump, because while the Fiat 500 gives drivers the same highway gas mileage, the Spark outperforms in the city at 32 mpg to the 500’s 30 mpg. You’ll save money with the Spark both at the start and as long as you’re driving it!
Once you get past the stylish exterior of the Spark, the interior includes features such as single zone climate control, a heated driver seat, an onboard handsfree communication system, and a trip computer. None of these features are available on the more expensive Fiat 500.
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Whether you’re in the market for a new or pre-owned vehicle, we’re here to help at Biggers Chevy. Our friendly and helpful sales team is here to listen to you and help you discover the vehicle you’ve been searching for. So visit us today and take your future Chevy for a test drive!