Chevrolet's new mini lacks a certain SparkIt is interesting, in light of high fuel prices, that small city runabouts are not selling as well as larger compact cars and crossovers.
The subcompact market has been flooded with allnew product over the last two years, yet sales remain well back of larger vehicles.
Behind the subcompact segment is an even smaller set of vehicles called "mini," represented by the Fiat 500, Scion IQ and the Smart Fortwo. Chevrolet is entering this mini segment with a very good offering, the Spark.
It differs from the established vehicles due to the fact it has four doors and four seats compared to the two-door competition.
The Spark has been sold around the world for the past two years under the Chevrolet badge and is built by General Motors of Korea, formally known as Daewoo.
The Spark doesn't exactly ignite....