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2014 Highlights

For 2014, the Chevrolet Spark receives a new continuously variable transmission (CVT) that replaces the previous four-speed automatic. Chevy says the CVT reduces engine noise on the freeway and increases both fuel economy and acceleration. The rest of the car is pretty much unchanged, though enhancements have been made to the Spark's smartphone connectivity (late availability).

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  • Inexpensive without feeling cheap
  • spacious interior
  • available high-tech features.


  • Slow acceleration
  • rear seats a hassle to fold down.

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Used 2014 Chevrolet Spark for Sale

Chevrolet Spark 2014 LS 4dr Hatchback (1.2L 4cyl CVT) Grape Ice Metallic Silver w/Silver Trim cloth
Used 2014Chevrolet SparkLS
Est.Loan: $142/mo
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**BLUE TOOTH, **USB PORTS, **BACKUP CAMERA. Recent Arrival! 2014 Chevrolet Spark LS CVT Grape Ice Metallic FWD ECOTEC 1.2L I4 MPI DOHCChevrolet Certified Pre-Owned Details: * Limited Warranty: 12 Month/12,000 Mile (whichever comes first) from certified purchase date * Vehicle History * Warranty Deductible: $0 * Roadside Assistance * Transferable Warranty * 172 Point Inspection * 24 months/24,000 miles (whichever comes first) CPO Scheduled Maintenance Plan and 3 days/150 miles (whichever comes first) Vehicle Exchange Program * Powertrain Limited Warranty: 72 Month/100,000 Mile (whichever comes first) from original in-service dateWelcome to Sport Chevrolet in Silver Spring - Your Preferred Baltimore, Washington D.C. & Rockville Chevrolet Dealer Alternative. Call us at or visit us on the web at

Chevrolet Spark 2014 LS 4dr Hatchback (1.2L 4cyl CVT) Black Granite Metallic Silver w/Silver Trim cloth57,739 miles
Used 2014Chevrolet SparkLS
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Chevrolet Spark 2014 1LT 4dr Hatchback (1.2L 4cyl CVT) Grape Ice Metallic Silver w/Silver Trim cloth55,461 miles
Used 2014Chevrolet Spark1LT
Est.Loan: $126/mo
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dangerous transmission... traded in for C-Max
UPDATE: Transmission problem NOT resolved by gasoline change. Tranny got worse and almost rear-ended when it hesitated to pull into moving traffic. Dealerships either denied problem (played dumb) or acknowledged and said there was no solution. After a near collision, I traded it in (took a huge loss of $$) and bought a new Ford C-Max. The C-Max (also having a CVT transmission) runs smooth as silk, accelerates without an ounce of hesitation, gets better MPG, more room, and much better build quality. Good trade, though too bad about the transmission on the Spark as otherwise, I like the car as a commuter vehicle and the inexpensive price. Don't know if this problem has been resolved on later models as I've not been following this since getting the C-Max.
Transmission & hesitation = traded for a Ford
After numerous trips to 3 different Chevy dealerships to fix horrendous hesitation issues that appeared to be associated with the lousy CVT transmission, and almost getting hit trying to pull out into traffic, I got rid of this car for safety reasons. The Good: roomy for a little car, comfortable overall, fun handling, nice stereo unit/Bluetooth, flat-folding rear seat. The Bad: TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS, driveability was scary and got worse as time went on, Chevy dealers cannot fix their own cars (no more GM vehicles for me!), paint scratched easily. I would have kept the car if Chevy would have fixed the problem instead of stupid remarks like, "yeah, I've heard that from other people..." when discussing the horrendous driving characteristics. No one seemed to know what to do... so traded it for a loss for a Ford C-Max. Have now over 15,000 miles on the C-Max, getting better MPG than the Spark (avg. 45.5 MPG mixed driving with a/c on), never returned for any repairs or problems... reliable, comfortable, roomy, handles nice (except large turning radius, but can't have it all), great voice-activated radio/nav., very happy with the Ford!
Zippy Go Cart
I've had the car for a few months and put almost three thousand miles on it. I tried the automatic but man, was it lousy. Floorin' it and nothin'. The manual though, fun stuff. I feel like a kid again with my go cart. It's no frills like my go cart but it has AC (not the best but I don't live in Phoenix so whatevs). The sound system ain't that great but I don't care. I got it super cheap and brand new. I love zippin' around town in it. Recently I drove it into the mountains and it was fun! I can imagine the automatic would have sucked up there though. I thoroughly enjoy the interior cloth or whatever it is. Best of all, 38.5 MPG in town. UPDATE 5/12/16 Still love this car. No repairs have been needed. The MPG's have only improved and right now I'm sitting at about 40.5 average.