There is no denying the 2014 Chevy Spark EV has more power to give than its gasoline equivalent, which we have to say is a great achievement and shows how the technology has moved on. There is also a bunch of decent technology inside the vehicle, but then you have to be careful how you use these because they all take up that important commodity, and that is power.
It is for this reason why the 2014 Chevy Spark EV range is just under 100 miles, and while this is typical for an electric vehicle, it does limit its practicality. However, there is far more to this car than meets the eye, all of which can be better explained in the 2014 Chevy Spark EV visual review below.
The video review gives you a brief history lesson before they get on to a visual walkaround of the Spark EV, and it is pointed out from the start that the design has the European audience in mind rather than Americans. We still find it funny when Chevrolet say the Spark EV has more torque than the Ferrari 458 Italia.
In the second video we get to see a 2014 Chevy Spark EV test drive, and from the start is described as affordable, fast, fun to drive and while it is small, it is no golf-cart. You will find what it is like to drive this EV from an every day drivers point of view, so you get to hear the good and the bad.
We already know one of the bad points is the range, but there are ways to help get more range from your 2014 Chevy Spark EV in the third and final video.
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