Used Chevrolet Spark EV for Sale
2016 Chevrolet Spark EV LT
Coming soon to CarMax Newark, DE
About the Chevrolet Spark EV
Interested in cutting fuel stops out of the equation with an all-electric car? If so, then you may want to check out a used Chevrolet Spark EV. This all-electric version of the subcompact Spark four-door hatchback was produced exclusively for sale in limited states, including Oregon and California, from 2014 through 2016. Today, however, you may be able to find a used Chevrolet Spark EV model in your area of the country.
Offering seating for four passengers, this all-electric vehicle features a 105-kW electric motor and lithium-ion battery for an output of 140 hp. And while range can vary based on a number of factors, the 2016 Spark EV has an EPA-estimated range of 82 miles on a full charge.1 Meanwhile, all 2016 Spark EV models also treat you to such standard features as keyless entry/ignition, a seven-inch touchscreen, and smartphone integration.
1Range figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new and assume a full battery charge. Range will vary based on things like battery age, vehicle condition and history, driving and charging habits, accessory use, and driving conditions. Battery capacity may decrease with time and use. See fueleconomy.gov for more info.
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Q: Does the Chevrolet Spark EV use gas?
A: No, the Chevrolet Spark EV is an all-electric vehicle.
Q: Is the Chevrolet Spark EV being discontinued?
A: Yes, the Spark EV was discontinued after the 2016 model year. However, Chevrolet debuted a similar all-electric vehicle known as the Bolt EV for 2019.
Q: Can I leave my Chevrolet Spark EV plugged in overnight?
A: Yes, you can leave a Spark EV plugged in overnight; these vehicles are equipped with battery management systems that prevent the battery from being overcharged.
Q: How long do you charge a Chevrolet Spark EV?
A: How long it takes to achieve a full charge on a Spark EV will vary based on charging method and how full (or empty) the battery is when plugged in. However, the 2016 Spark EV can reach a full charge in under seven hours using a dedicated 240-volt charger—and approximately 20 hours using a standard 120-volt charger.
Chevrolet Spark EV Trim Configurations
The Chevrolet Spark EV is offered in two trim levels, both of which are outfitted with a 105-kW electric motor for an output of 140 hp. A 21-kWh lithium-ion battery is included on the 2014 Spark EV, whereas the battery on the 2015 and 2016 models is 18.4 kWh. Every Chevrolet Spark EV is front-wheel drive.
Check out trim specific features below, which are based on the 2016 Spark EV.
Spark EV 1LT
- 15-inch alloy wheels
- Keyless entry and ignition
- Available remote start 2
- Seven-inch touchscreen interface
- Six-speaker sound system
Spark EV 2LT
- Leatherette/premium-vinyl upholstery
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Both trims on the 2016 Spark EV are also offered with an optional "DC quick charger," which can recharge the lithium-ion battery up to 80% in as little as 20 minutes.
2Remote start functionality may require the purchase of a subscription plan and/or a compatible device like a smart phone. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information
Reviews for Chevrolet Spark EV
Decent car for price
This car is great but extremely limiting with the low range and slow charge. If it had fast charge this would have been an even better vehicle.
- Cost to Maintain: It had like 0 maintenance costs
- Cabin Noise: Extremely quiet
- Reliability: Very reliable car
- Braking: Breaks were dangerous at best
- Seat Comfort: Not the best seats in the world
- Fuel Economy: It just doesn’t have enough range
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