Chevy Spark EV can save an EPA-estimated $9,000 in fuel over five years
DETROIT--August 9, 2013: The all-new 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV, an all-electric mini car, can save its owners approximately $9,000 in fuel over five years compared to the average new vehicle – that’s $150 per month that can be spent on something else.
Spark EV’s EPA-estimated combined city/highway fuel economy equivalent of 119 MPGe and driving range of 82 miles per charge make it the most efficient EV in its class.
“Spark EV is one of the most affordable EVs on the market, with one of the lowest costs of ownership of any new vehicle out there,” said Cristi Landy, director of Chevrolet small car and electrified vehicle marketing. “Spark EV is a great city car that rewards frequent use by being fun, efficient and affordable.”
Spark EV makes it possible to afford a number of other big-ticket items, as well as some favorite everyday items, including:
Airfare for an around-the-world trip A Viking outdoor grill 6 pairs of Google Glasses 60 Nike+ FuelBands 6,425 Starbucks Tall Coffee of the Days
Expanding the Spark lineup, the 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV is designed to make the trip as electrifying as the destination. It is priced under $25,000 with tax incentives and will be available this summer in California, Oregon, and later in Canada, South Korea and Europe.