Chevrolet Spark Gets Five New Colors For 2017 Model Year3
After its first year on the market as the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Spark, the tiny city car is getting some changes for the 2017 model year.
With just one exception, all of the changes to the 2017 Chevy Spark revolve around its exterior color palette — with five colors being replaced by five new ones.
- Electric Blue exterior color
- Salsa exterior color
- Lime exterior color
- Black Granite exterior color
- Titanium exterior color
- Red Hot exterior color
- Mosaic Black exterior color
- Nightfall Gray exterior color
- Brimstone exterior color (Late availability)
- Mint exterior color (Late availability)
The 2017 Chevrolet Spark also deletes the Solar Red Package, which consisted of:
- Solar Red interior trim kit
- Jet Black/Mirage cloth seats
- Painted surround grille
- 15″ aluminum wheels
Following are GM’s official RPO-level changes to the 2017 Chevy Spark:
- (G54) Electric Blue exterior color
- (G6E) Salsa exterior color
- (G6F) Lime exterior color
- (GAR) Black Granite exterior color
- (GYV) Titanium exterior color
- (WFP) Solar Red Package:
- (WSF) Solar Red Interior Trim Kit
- (H89) Jet Black/Mirage cloth
- (TL4) painted surround grille
- (5PH) 15″ aluminum wheels
- (GG2) Red Hot exterior color
- (GB0) Mosaic Black exterior color
- (GK2) Nightfall Gray exterior color
- (GN6) Brimstone exterior color (Currently not available to order. Late availability.)
- (GP9) Mint exterior color (Currently not available to order. Late availability.)
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Someone at GM decided every Chevrolet should have an metallic blue that isn’t dark. That was a good decision.
The decision to reverse that… not so much.
There should be some base colors common — and no charge — across the GM line up — white, silver, black, dark blue — and other optional colors at extra charge — and those can see changes on a regular basis.
Hurricane Irma dropped half of a tree on my much loved 2014 Lime green Spark LS. Imagine my surprise when I discovered the bland washed out color line-up that 2017 had provided. Interior changes since 2014 are beyond disappointing. No colorful interior – just a dull death toned grayish black. No water bottle cubbies in the doors, none of the little character traits that made this model so special. Did I buy one? Yes. Will there be a third? That depends on GM.