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Green Bay drivers get around easily with the new Chevy Spark

Broadway Automotive has the 2014 Spark in stock

GREEN BAY, Wis., Oct. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Green Bay is a city with a population six digits in length. And while it may have a small-town feel, there are plenty of city driving situations where someone could take advantage of owning a small car. That's why the new Chevy Spark has become such a popular vehicle for Green Bay area drivers. The fuel efficiency and ease of use makes the Spark a great option for many people that do daily driving within the city limits.

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Broadway Automotive, a premier Green Bay area dealership, has the 2014 Chevy Spark in stock already. The professionals at the dealership have seen some major interest in the new model that is the best version of the small Chevy car yet.

In the heavier traffic areas of Green Bay, parking can be at a premium. This is where the physical size of a car like the Spark can truly come in handy. At times, the Spark has even been known to fit into spots that other vehicles have to pass by. And the 1.2-liter engine assures that drivers are getting great fuel efficiency when driving in the city.

The new Spark is also more versatile than many people give it credit for, with up to 31.2 cubic feet of cargo volume. And 10 airbags let consumers know that this small car is big on safety as well. When style is mixed in, the Spark meets or exceeds the expectations of many small car consumers.

To learn more about the new Chevy Spark, get in touch with one of the professionals at Broadway Automotive by calling one of its two Green Bay locations. The Military Ave location can be contacted at 855-395-2127 and the Ashland Ave location can be reached at 855-395-2131. The dealership can also be visited online at www.broadwayautomotive.com.

Media Contact: Mercedes Mannino, Broadway Automotive, 855-395-2131, [email protected]

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