2019 Chevy Spark LS Earns Praise from US News for Its Uncomplicated Tech
If you’d rather your car not beep obnoxiously, repeatedly flash warning lights, or take over control from you — in other words, a car that boasts uncomplicated tech — you might want to check out the 2019 Chevy Spark LS, which just made U.S. News & World Report’s list of “11 Best New Cars for Technophobes.”
Learn More: About the 2019 Chevy Spark
Equipped with a 1.4-liter ECOTEC four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission, the 2019 Spark LS generates 98 horsepower and 94 lb-ft of torque. A Continuous Variable Transmission is available. The 2019 Chevy Spark features a choice of four trim levels: LS, 1LT, 2LT, and ACTIV.
Although the 2019 Spark LS is less complicated when it comes to safety features and driver assist systems, it does boast a modern infotainment system and connectivity features to help you and your passengers stay entertained and connected on the road.
“The Spark’s infotainment system is both capable and easy to use, so even if you’re trying to avoid distracting technology, you likely won’t be disappointed,” according to U.S. News & World Report writer John M. Vincent. “Apple CarPlay and Android Auto present users with familiar smartphone-like screens, which can be less distracting than some manufacturers’ infotainment displays,”
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The 2019 Chevy Sparks LS also features a 12-volt power outlet and Bluetooth wireless capability. Standard safety features include the StabiliTrak stability control system with brake assist, Hill Start Assist, a LATCH system, electronic traction control, an airbag system, tire pressure monitoring system, and three-point safety belts with pretensioners.
News Source: U.S. News & World Report
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