The new Chevrolet Spark deal comes in time for the new 12 plates launched at the beginning of March and matches a similar deal for the Citroen C1 announced by Citroen last week.
The Chevolet Spark has the advantage of adding five doors to its entry-level model and a standard equipment list including a CD player, MP3 player, USB, electric front windows and six airbags matches the Citroen’s level of equipment.
Like its French rival, Chevrolet has extended its Chevrolet Spark deal to include some of the larger cars in its range.
The supermini-sized Chevrolet Aveo, a new car launch in 2012, will also come with a discount. The 12-plate Aveo discount is £1,000 and lowers the price to £9,000 for the entry-level model.
The Chevrolet discounts also include £2,000 off the price of a Chevrolet Cruze, which now starts at £12,000, and Chevrolet Orlando discounts include £2,500 off the starting price of the seven-seat MPV.
Elsewhere, the Chevrolet Captiva is offered with the biggest new car discount. The large SUV now costs from £14,000 – £4,000 less than previous entry-level versions.
Chevrolet says all cars will keep the brand’s five-year warranty up to 100,000 miles and a year’s roadside assistance.
Chevrolet recently announced the introduction of the Chevrolet Camaro muscle car into the UK. Despite being left-hand drive only and offered in a single, range-topping specification, the car is expected to be popular with fans of the iconic coupe and convertible models.