Chevrolet's smallest car is a four-seat "city car" that's well equipped with standards features such as a touch-screen infotainment system. Despite that, however, the Spark isn't a good deal. Its dinky 84-hp, 1.2-liter four-cylinder and jerky four-speed automatic combine to provide slow acceleration; the standard manual transmission delivers better performance. The Spark's cabin is cramped and relentlessly noisy, the ride is stiff and jittery, and fuel economy of 32 mpg overall isn't that impressive. While it isn't exciting to drive, the Spark is certainly maneuverable, exceptionally easy to park, and boasts a rear seat that is actually usable by two adults. An electric version, starting at $26,685 without tax savings, will be available in limited regions this summer.