Of the three redesigned cars Chevrolet revealed on Friday, the 2019 Spark received the least amount of attention, but it still wears the new family face well.
Like the 2019 Chevrolet Malibu and 2019 Chevrolet Cruze, the Spark receives a new front fascia will a large lower grille opening, more fluid lines, and headlights integrated into the grille itself. A splash of chrome separates the lower and upper grille pieces, and optional projector headlights give the pint-sized Spark a more premium look.
Chevrolet also says that new dual-element taillights fall in line with the rest of the Chevy car family, though we don’t see a difference between these taillamps and those on the 2016-2018 model.
No additional standard features are on the table for the 2019 Spark, but available Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking joins the optional Driver Confidence Package. The package also includes Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning.
The Spark’s sole powertrain goes unchanged as well: a 1.4-liter four-cylinder LV7 engine provides the go, and a manual or continuously variable transmission (CVT) automatic handle shifting duties.
Look for the 2019 Spark to go on sale later this year, with four new bright exterior color options.
Update: use the links below to see specific information on the 2019 Spark, including the full change list, order guide, specs and more.
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