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  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226
  • 2014 Chevrolet Spark KL8CL6S0XEC410226

2014 Chevrolet Spark 2LT
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have a battery instead of a gasoline tank, and an electric motor instead of an internal combustion engine (ICE).

VIN: KL8CL6S0XEC410226
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have a battery instead of a gasoline tank, and an electric motor instead of an internal combustion engine (ICE).
Mileage:
22,834
Total Range:
82 Mi
Seats:
4
Distance from you:
1,208
$10,000
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Mileage:
22,834
Distance from you:
1,208

HIGHLIGHTS:

Back Up Camera 2014 Chevrolet Spark
Back Up Camera
Leather Seats 2014 Chevrolet Spark
Leather Seats

SELLER’S STORY:

Do you want to laugh at Gasoline prices and lines? How about less than $2 to travel 80 miles? This car does this! You are looking at a 100% Electric vehicle that was originally only sold in California. We purchased it out west and imported it to Illinois and is currently located in Mount Prospect, IL. This 2014 model has 400lbs of torque with a rating of 140hp. This is a 2LT that has the heated front seat option. 2LT trim level for the Spark EV means it has leatherette seat inserts instead of the cloth found in the 1LT version of this car. Being 100% electric, there is very little required maintenance since there is no oil changes, no fuel filter, no spark plugs, no starter or alternator and no exhaust. June 2019 the front tires were replaced with factory original Bridgestones that have about 100 miles on them now. The 12Volt AGM Accessory battery (in the engine bay) was replaced in June 2019 as well (ACDelco factory battery) so the new owner should easily get another 5 years with the 12Volt battery I would think since we replaced the factory original one. The car has aftermarket window tint. I was told it is 35% which is legal for the state of Illinois. I have never had an issue. This was purchased as a Certified Pre-Owned car and currently has time remaining on that warranty.ALL EV Components (including EV battery, EV Regen Braking, EV drivetrain, EV On-Board Charging unit-- essentially anything EV related) has full warranty with $0 deductible until 8/2/2021 or 100,037 miles so there is plenty of mileage and time left for piece of mind for the next owner! The CPO warranty goes with the car and there is no transfer fee involved. We are private party owners and wanted to sell this so we can purchase a longer range BOLT EV. This was our intro to electric cars and we are sold on it! This car is being daily driven so mileage will change slightly from time of this listing (easily will be within 100 miles from start to end of this listing)*** PRICE IS FIRM as we don't need to sell and are honestly on the fence about the Bolt Upgrade *****Being a private party sale here in Illinois, the state sales tax is based on a table (not on the actual selling price like at a dealership) and for this car, the sales tax paid will be a flat fee of $115 for the next owner. The Illinois EV license plate is $17.50 a year (not $101 like a standard gasoline or hybrid powered car) The new owner would be paying a pro-rated EV plate fee because ALL EV plates expire in December (due to be renewed this December) so come December 2019 of this year, there will be a $35 fee for 2 years of EV plates for the new owner. This car comes with a Level 1 charger from GM (stored in the trunk) which means it can be plugged into a standard outlet at home to charge. We calculated it costs us approximately $1.50 in electricity to go 80 miles. We are on the hourly rate plan and charge during off-peak hours. We averaged near or less than $2 per 80 miles on the standard ComEd plan. This Spark also features Level 2 charging capability (which means 240 charging) which we do own and use at home since we have the electrical set up in our garage for 240. Please note a Level 2 charger is NOT included with the car. Amazon sells Level 2 chargers for $185 last time I checked. It does not have DCFC (also known as Level 3 charging) capability. We actually preferred this. We knew there was no proper network of DCFC in our area of Chicagoland plus the ones we did look at with DCFC had a lot less battery life left. Its been proven that using DCFC a lot causes premature wear (more degrade) of the battery pack and we wanted to avoid this. (Research studies have even been published about this fact). Level 2 charging is completed in half the time of Level 1 charging. When we 1st started charging it was obviously most convenient to plug into a standard outlet (Level 1) and it would take 10 hours-- now at most it takes 5 hours with 240 (Level 2). Recharging overnight off-peak is very easy to do and way less hassle than filling up at a gasoline station. An important tidbit of information is that we have never allowed the battery charge level to go to 0 or below zero as this is hard on the EV battery pack and may cause premature battery degrade. We normally re-charge when there is still between 15 and 20 mile range remaining. We average a recharge once every 10 to 14 days with this Spark EV. For those who know more about the Nissan Leaf as an electric car, I found this to be superior to that because it not only is faster going 0-60 (or 0-30) but also is better handling AND superior battery management. Basically the Spark EV has this giggle fun-factor to drive while the Leaf feels like a slug in comparison. The Spark EV has liquid cooled (or heated) batteries -- called TMS---Thermal Management System; unlike the Nissan Leaf which does not. The Spark EV battery pack will never degrade as quickly as your typical Leaf nor will there be charging problems because the battery pack gets too hot (another known issue with the Leaf). This is a clean title in my name, in my hands ready to be signed over to the new owner. There is no lien on this car as I paid in full at time of purchase. There have been no accidents with this car. I am a private party seller (not a dealership). This is a 'short range' EV which is factory rated with an 82 mile range but I've been able to get 90 to 95 miles out of 1 charge with all city driving with plenty of regen involved. Average range is right around 82-83 miles per charge just as factory rated. I have not seen any battery degrade loss in nearly 2 years ownership on this Spark EV. PLEASE NOTE this is is a used car that does have some minor paint chips, scuffs, scratches and some door dings. It is not 'showroom' perfect. NON-Smoker owned from day one. IMPORTANT NOTE is this car can be serviced (and warranty work should it be needed) at any Chevy dealer in the USA or Canada that sells and services either the Bolt or Volt. I verified this fact before purchasing and importing this Spark EV almost 2 years ago. I DO NOT WANT or NEED HELP SELLING OUR VEHICLE. Spammers requesting I email them or that I click their link to run their report will be blocked. Spammers requesting I prove I'm human with a google voice code number will also be blocked IF you see this posted, it has not yet sold. Anyone asking me if it's still available will be considered a 'scam' with an end result of being immediately blocked.**** NO TRADES ****

Location

Mount Prospect, IL

EQUIPMENT & OPTIONS:

+ Heated Seats
+ Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
+ Leatherette Bucket Seats

EXTERIOR:

Body StyleHatchback
Exterior ColorSilve...
Length 146.5"
Wheelbase 93.5"
Width 64"
Width Full N/A
Clearance N/A

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INTERIOR:

Seating4
Interior ColorBlack
Head Room Front 39"
Head Room Rear 37"
Leg Room Front 42"
Leg Room Rear 35"
Shoulder Room Front 50"
Shoulder Room Rear 49"
Hip Room Front 48"
Hip Room Rear 47"
Curb Weight 2866 lbs
Weight Distribution N/A
Rear Cargo Volume 9.6"
Rear Cargo Volume With Seats Down 23"
Front Trunk Cargo Volume N/A

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BEV PERFORMANCE:

Horsepower 140 hp
MPGe 131
Top Speed 89 mph
0-60 7.9 seconds

CHARGING:

Electric Range

Range is the amount of distance this vehicle can travel on a full charge.

82 Mi.
Battery size

Battery size represents the technical capacity of the battery.

21 kWh
Cost to charge (full)

Cost to charge represents approximately how much this vehicle will cost to charge from empty to full based on home charging options. Charging rates vary based on destination so this number is unique to your zip code.

$2.18
Monthly charge cost

Monthly charge costs are calculated based on the national average of 12,000 miles driven per year and the cost of electricity within your zip code.

$27

HOME CHARGING OPTIONS:

NEMA 5-15

Full charge in 30 Hours

Labor $0 | Parts $0

NEMA 14-50

Full charge in 4-6 Hours

Labor $0-100 | Parts $150-300

Wall connector

Full charge in 4-6 Hours

Labor $300-600 | Parts from $379

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Listed for sale 117 days ago

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Term Length 72 Month

Down Payment $1000 (10%)

Est. Monthly Payment This estimate is for illustration purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed. Acquisition fees, destination charges, tag, title, and other fees are not included in this calculation.

$26,182

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Asking price: $10,000
EST. PAYMENT: $540 / MO.
This estimate was generated with 10% down over a 72 month term.This estimate is for illustration purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed. Acquisition fees, destination charges, tag, title, and other fees are not included in this calculation.

Estimated savings

  • Electricity vs. Gas

    We've assumed a fuel economy of 21 miles per gallon for a comparable gasoline powered premium sedan, for example, the 2016 Mercedes-Benz S550. We've also assumed the national average of $0.13 per kilowatt-hour for electricity, 10% charging on Tesla’s Supercharger network and $2.70 per gallon for premium gasoline over the next five years.

    $300
  • Express Lane bills

    Florida has allowed owners of hybrid, electric and other low-emission vehicles to ride in high-occupancy-vehicle lanes with only one person in the car between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays. And with the introduction of the I-95 express lanes, they don't have to pay tolls.

    $120
  • Maintanance

    EVs benefit from not requiring oil changes or other maintenance costs for exhaust systems. Studies have shown that this represents a 35 percent decrease in cost over time. Some calculations peg this to about 3 or 4 cents per mile of maintenance cost in an EV versus closer to 6 cents in an internal combustion car.

    $120
  • Total estimate $540
* I agree that dealers may communicate with me via email, text, or phone. Some dealers may use prerecorded messages, or autodialers. My consent to these terms is not a condition of any vehicle purchase.

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