| 4th October 2011
Chevrolet has introduced new lower price offers on their Spark, Cruze and Orlando models until 30th November.
The Chevrolet Spark, designed as a small city-based car, has dropped in price by £380 and is now available from £6,995. The Chevrolet Spark may pose competition to the likes of the Toyota IQ, which starts from £10,655.
The Chevrolet Spark has 14" alloy wheels, trip computer, steering wheel audio controls and electric adjustable and heated door mirrors.
The Chevrolet Cruze hatchback has also fallen in price, by £1,400, and is now available from £13,495.
Some of the Cruze's features include 16" alloy wheels, cruise control, parking distance sensors, steering wheel audio controls and a leather steering wheel and gear knob. With its drop in price the Chevrolet Cruze is now cheaper than the newly released Ford Focus Studio (£14,000).
With a price reduction of £2,015, the seven-seat Chevrolet Orlando people carrier is available from £15,495.
Its mid-range specification includes 16" alloy wheels, follow-me-home headlights, rear parking distance sensors, a USB port and steering wheel audio controls. The Chevrolet Orlando's competitors are car models such as the Ford Galaxy and Vauxhall Zafira.
Finally, the Chevrolet Captiva has had its price reduced by £2000 and is now available from £19,995.
Along with these offers Chevrolet are offering a five-year warranty with every purchase - Chevrolet's answer to Kia's industry-leading seven-year warranty.
Every vehicle is available for a three year or 60,000 mile comprehensive warranty, a 4th and 5th year extended warranty providing cover until the car is 5 years old or has travelled 100,000 miles, a 6 year anti-perforation corrosion warranty and 1 years Roadside Assistance provided by the AA.