With hybrids offering like extra large televisions on Black Friday, it isn't astonishing to see that companies are trying to offer them in every segment possible. With the 2017 Spark Activ, Chevrolethas extended its hybrid lineup to the littlest fragment conceivable. In any event until Smart discharges a lifted ForTwo.
Of course, the Spark Activ is a crossover in the same way that the Volkswagen Beetle Duneand Audi A4 Allroad are. This means the normal Spark gets black plastic body cladding over the wheel arches, revised front and rear fascias, and side skirts. Both fascias include metal-look emphasizes, and the front components a refreshed grille and round haze lights. New rooftop rails, model-specific 15-inch alloy wheels, and a suspension lift of 0.4 inch complete the transformation.
change. To sweeten the arrangement, the Spark Activ additionally incorporates a calfskin wrapped controlling wheel, heated leatherette front seats, and cruise control. These come in addition to other standard Spark courtesies, for example, aerating and cooling, Chevrolet MyLink infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and three months of satellite radio, 4G LTE data, and OnStar. All of this accompanies the Spark Activ's base cost of $16,945 with a manual and $18,045 with a CVT.
Although that's quite a bit more than the $13,535 entry-level Spark, the Activ shares v In doing so, the Activ ekes out a slight advantage, since the 2LT is $17,060 with the manual, also, $18,160 for the CVT. Nonetheless, if gas mileage is viewed as, the 2LT hauls out ahead, with ratings of 31 mpg city and 41 mpg highway with the CVT, while the Activ only manages 30 mpg
city and 37 mpg roadway with the CVT. So truly, the integral element is style versus efficiency. Buyers will get to make that judgement for themselves when the Spark Activ hits dealers sometime in the first quarter of 2017.