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Chevy Spark EV Undercuts Competitions’ Charge Times & Prices

Editor’s Note: GM/Chevrolet may have hit the jackpot with the new Chevy Spark EV. The price is about $5,000 lower than was originally anticipated, just undercutting the Nissan Leaf. (I’m sure that wasn’t on purpose.) With a potential $10,000 cut in the cost of the Chevy Volt in the coming years, GM looks like it wants to take a big piece of the plug-in electric vehicle market. The competition is certainly heating up. For now, enjoy this repost from EV Obsession with more Chevy Spark EV details.

The 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV has undercut the prices of the rest of the electric vehicles on the market. At $27,495 without the federal tax credit (which is up to $7,500), it’s a real steal.
Interior of the Chevrolet Spark EV.

Chevy Spark Electric Vehicle.
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When the tax credit is factored in, you can purchase the car for $19,995, a very reasonable price. The California state tax rebate (and those in some other places) can provide an additional savings of up to $2,500, reducing the vehicle’s price to as little as $17,495!

I think the fact that it is the cheapest electric vehicle that seats at least four people on the market, and that it charges the fastest (in 20 minutes, to 80% of its capacity), makes it a real consumer contender. It also accelerates from 0-60 MPH in 7.6 seconds, which is considered “peppy,” faster than most cars.


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