It's the holidays, so I imagine many of you will be returning all those socks and snuggles and novelty LED-illuminated underpants and pooling the money to buy yourself a car. Maybe you want a new Corvette Z06? Maybe you've gone to Chevy's site to build one and see how much it would be? Maybe you found yourself really…
The Chevrolet Spark — a "city car" with a "peppy engine" — is supposed to be all about "international attitude for urban living," but in a new commercial, it appears to be for thin, fashion-y women who shop in Paris. Wait, does this car seriously come in pink?
There's something wrong with Chevrolet's new lineup. The more expensive the cars get, the worse they become. I went to a Chevy Test drive event, and tested their entire lineup to find out why. Comprehensive Reviews after the break.
This morning, Chevy held a drive event for the Chevy Spark, the latest and smallest car on the market from the automaker.
GM's built a concept surf wagon version of their diminutive Chevy Spark for the Paris Motor Show complete with a surfboard rack and wood-paneled vinyl wrap. Huh, we thought Pierre don't surf.
That "Chevy Beat" Matt Lauer lifted the skirt on last week? Turns out it's the 2010 Chevy Spark. And unlike it's charged-up brother, it's not electric. It is, however, headed to tomorrow's Detroit Auto Show.