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How much did you pay for your Spark?

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Hi All -

Only just arrived on this forum & managed to pick up a 2011 Spark as my wife wanted a more eco car for running around town in - for £3500 (Uk pounds) with only 20K on the clock seems the used prices are falling as Chevy has mostly pulled out of the euro market

Frank :)

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I am from India, and my family paid Rs. 4,06,000 for the car, that about $6350!! And my dad squeezed floor mats, wheel guards (not sure what they're called) into the deal! :D The model was 2010 1.2LS. I didn't get any extended warranty :/ but I got the tools to change a tire.

And why the price is low? Because the car basically is just a steel box on the engine. No airbags, no ABS..

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New 2015 Spark LS 5 Speed man. Lime $11,700 included the built in Wi-Fi hot spot, automatic crash response, and theft deterrent system.

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i bought a 2014 black 1lt leftover new on thursday for 13750 including extended warranty, sport pedals, etch, free maintenance, and free inspection ( pa usa)

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$8,000 including tax for my 2015 manual. But I work for GM and got a killer disount.

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$9500 out the door. St. Louis mo. Last 2014 on the lot.

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$9500 out the door. St. Louis mo. Last 2014 on the lot.

That's a steal!

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chevy spark 2lt got mine off an auction in feb 2014 for 6400 after small repairs

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I got a 2014 0 miles for 12300 with floor mats. 2 year schedule free s scheduled maintanance. And ttl . This was in November I'd 2013

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2014 1LT CVT Lime Spark

$16500 and that included tax, title, tags.

MyLink, All Weather floor mats, wheel locks

10yr/ 100k drivetrain warranty

7 yr/ 100k bumper to bumper

2 yr/ 24 month free scheduled service

Baltimore, MD

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A tad much for a last years model, however it might be worth the xtra cost for the peace of mind you got with those kinda warranty's. I think the 7 yr bumper to bumper may come in handy. :2thumbs:

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I bought it July 2014

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Man ya'll seem to have got pretty good deals. My 2015 LS with CVT was $13.280 out the door. No interest cash pay.

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I am curious to see when my local Chev dealer in Medford OR starts getting in their 2016s, if they will still be selling them for $9999 as they did before the 2013. 14, 15s.

We have almost 50k miles of our 2013.

Might buy a 2016.

I checked my dealers website.

They have about 16: 2015 sparks at 9999.

Being that its year end.... bet you could a new spark for less than 9999.

They also have some automatics.

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I'd priced what I wanted at about $16,200 at the lowest; I'd been looking for one since January. I just picked mine up a little over two weeks ago for $14,950. I got a 5-year power-train warranty, 3 years bumper-to-bumper, 2 years scheduled maintenance, and 2 tanks of gas, but with these little pocket cars, the gas ain't worth much. I wasn't expecting the seat heaters or the wifi. It also came with the roof rack rails, added a pulse brake light for $300, and just ordered the all-weather mats for the cargo and passenger areas, which I will pick up this weekend. I think I'll also have the windows tinted & pick up some window visors if I can find some that match the PAV's asthetics.

It looks like there are somewhat better deals that have been had, but I feel like I got a pretty darn good deal for mine. I'm damn happy.

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I just bought my 2015 ls cvt for 11700. Otd it was 12846. I'm pretty happy with it so far

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$9261 2014 LS manual with 22330 miles last June. Currently has 35300 miles. Only issue I'm having is it's saving me money at the pump. Lol. Pay $225/month.

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Good for you.

The Spark is a really neat car.

If anyone is interested, My Medford Oregon Dealer has new 2016 manual trans for 10,999.

Goggle Airport Chevrolet in Medford OR.

This is where we bought our 2013. I am not a Dealer.

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Bought a 2015 1LT with CVT in lime green last month for one son. Paid $11,800 out the door tax included. Sticker was $14,405.

Kid loves it and the MPG is great. Buying a denim blue 2015 1LT CVT this week for my other son, getting it from a different local dealer and talked them into $11,500 out the door tax included.

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I had been shopping for an automatic Spark for my daughter since November, decided to wait and see what the 2016 models and pricing were. Browsed online every other day or so, got serious in February because my $1000 GMCard bonus would end on 2/29/16. One morning around 10am I found a base 2016 LS CVT on sale about 100 miles away. Called the dealer, after a few back & forth calls had the final price. Got a check from the bank, insurance sorted out, and arrived at the dealer about 5pm, back on the road by 6:30pm.

14,635.00 MSRP
342.00 Tax & tags
-3,735.00 Dealer discount
-1,292.24 GM card earnings
-1,000.00 GM card bonus earnings (expiring on 2/29/16)
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$8949.76 total price

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2016 Spark 1LT Manual for $9500. Sticker was $15,600. Had the option of getting the LS manual for $7500 but I went for the automatic windows, etc. GM Employee here.

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Bought my 2013 1LT 5 spd Black on April 2, 2016 with 36k mile on the body, 12k miles on a new engine done by GM for $7,999. Drove from Chicago to Cleveland to buy it. Love the car. It now has 53k miles on it. THe only major part I've had to replace was the coolant tank.

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2015 Chevy Spark...5 speed manual LS model.  Red, in great shape.  Purchased it with just 6K miles privately in March of 2017 for $6000.00.  My "back-up" car.   40 mpg right on the dot.

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I forget exact list price on my new 2017 Spark LS with CVT,

but it was discounted 20% from MSRP, negotiated $3000 trade in for 2007 Pontiac G5 with CEL issue on cylinder #1, original battery & Tires & transmission oil . Then subtract another $3000+ for GM credit card rebate. Add tax & title fees. Drove out of the dealership with a check for $7600. In 5 years I will have about 36,000 miles, so did not buy extended warranty for 2 additional years. We use this car mainly for around town trips and nearby towns less than 35 miles away. We like the Chevy HHR for on the road trips. 

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