2014 Chevy Spark will spark you up with doling out a Costco-size discount on its new 2014 Spark Chevrolet EV price. Starts at $27,495, this 2014 chevrolet spark EV price a full $2155 below the 2013 Nissan Leaf S, which until now was the cheapest five-door electric car on sale. Flick the golf cart Smart Fortwo Electric Drive out of the scene (at $25,750, it barely holds two people), and Chevy has the best 2014 Spark Chevrolet EV price period. The cost can potentially be driven even lower when eligible buyers take advantage of any federal, state, and local tax credits and incentives that are available to them. Not interested in buying a Spark EV? You can lease one in LT1 trim for $199 a month for 36 months with $999 down. Drivers are limited to 12,000 miles per year without penalty.
the 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV will only be available to buyers in Oregon and California. California’s zero-emissions-vehicle mandates—the very reason the first General Motors EV1 was sold there in the 1990s—penalize automakers that don’t sell electric cars by forcing them to buy credits from other automakers that do. The Toyota RAV4 EV, Scion iQ EV, and the Fiat 500E are all restricted to California for that same reason.
It’s too bad, as the Spark EV brings a lot to the table. The 1LT trim includes Chevy’s MyLink seven-inch touch-screen infotainment system, which features smartphone integration with Pandora, Apple Siri Eyes Free voice control, and a navigation system called BringGo. Another $325 adds heated leatherette seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and blue stitching. A DC fast-charge option that promises an 80-percent charge in 20 minutes will be available later this year for $750. GM says owners can use the fast-charge option several times a day without degrading the 21-kWh lithium-ion battery, except there are very few public stations that use the Spark’s new SAE combo plug.
West Coasters can drive away with their 2014 chevy Spark EVs starting in July and get this best 2014 chevrolet Spark EV price.