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Never seen or heard of a Hyundai Eon but Hyundai has had a good rep for a while now and their vehicles are proving to be good. Spark is also a great vehicle, i'd say it comes down to preference.
 

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Yup. First I have ever heard of it. Not surprising since a quick wiki search shows it's only available in India, Philippines and Vietnam. Judging from the look, I don't really care if it makes it to North America.
 

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Spark for sure. Hyundai makes good vehicles but this car has a long history overseas and now it's finally here. All those years they had the Spark in other nations, they were able to tweak and work out it's flaws. The Spark we have now is just amazing, looks better than this Hyundai too, so why not go Spark?
 

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Unless you live in the Philippines, India, or Vietnam, you won't have to worry about which car to buy. The Eon is only available in those three countries. I think the Spark wins just by being available everywhere.
 

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Chevy > Hyundai. I would rather go with Chevy on this one, they have produced the Volt for some time with great consumer feedback, which means something when buying an EV from them. For that, I rather get the Spark EV and in a way know what im getting since it's drivetrain can be judged based off of the Volt.
 

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When I look and the two The Hyundai Eon just looks cheaper in every way. The interior is boring just like the outside. I don't even think that you can compare these two cars really. the eon is only a 3 cylinder 800cc. That just ends it right there. And its not even sold in the U.S.
 

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Chevy > Hyundai. I would rather go with Chevy on this one, they have produced the Volt for some time with great consumer feedback, which means something when buying an EV from them. For that, I rather get the Spark EV and in a way know what im getting since it's drivetrain can be judged based off of the Volt.
A vehicle having some history of it is key.

Even when the Volt first came out everyone was skeptical about it, but now with it being out for a long enough time we sort of know what to expect of it. This goes for just about any Chevrolet EV coming out since they will be using the Volt's drivetrain or something close to it.
 
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