Perth Amboy, NJ here.
When I was considering replacing my Prius PiP with a Volt, I saw the Spark EV page on the Chevy site and thought it was interesting that GM brought back a BEV. I traded in the PiP for a Volt and forgot all about the Spark. I had a 2002 Buick Century just sitting there all the time, so when I got a good offer for it from a neighbor that needed a car, I sold it.
Driving down the Garden State Parkway one day, I saw a red Spark and the thing that caught my eye was that the charge port door was wide open. Aha, now a Spark EV would make a great second car for me, so I started watching videos from owners on YouTube. A few of the owners mentioned buying them from Carvana, so that was my next step.
I went to the Carvana site and collected a few VINs and took them to the Chevy dealer I bought the Volt from, so they could run the histories. I narrowed it down to one and placed the order. The only glitch that happened was that Carvana wanted to charge me sales tax. After sending them a few links showing the car's exempt status, the tax was removed and the deal was done. As a matter of fact, Carvana recently emailed me saying that they overcharged $13.92 on the registration and are mailing me a check.
Now that I split up the driving between rhe Volt and Spark, my electric bill has dropped. Another plus.