My search for a used EV continues. At this point, I'm very tempted by the Fiat 500e. They are coming off-lease and are now popping up on the East Coast like mushrooms after a good rain. However, I stumbled across another compelling vehicle and am wondering if I should pick it up instead. It's a 2015 Chevy Spark EV painted in the same color as these media shots provided by Chevrolet. It has a mere 8,500 miles on the odometer and the seller is asking $9,000. For those unfamiliar, the Spark EV shares its chassis with the combustion-engined Spark. Powered by a 21-kWh (19-kWh useable) pack, it gets an EPA-rated range of 82 miles. It's covered by an eight-year / 100,000-mile warranty. Packing a 105 kW / 140 horsepower motor with 327 pound-feet (444 Nm) of torque to power the tiny package, 0-to-60 is an impressive 7.2 seconds. I suspect the Spark EV might be more reliable all-round than the Fiat, even if it lacks the style of the Italian car. So, the question is, should I put practicality ahead of heart's desire?