The smallest car in the Chevy stable gets a facelift. The Spark, which has been around for over a decade in some for or another (Daewoo Matiz) has just been given a revamp recently.
The Spark now gets a host of changes inside and out to bring it up to speed with the rest of the market. On the outside, the major changes are new bumpers front and back, new roof rails and a different reflector design for the headlights and tail lamps.
The front end now gets the corporate face of Chevrolet with a split-grille up front and slightly more agressive lines.
The layout of the interior remains the same but there's a new two-tone finish with a slightly different seat fabric and finally a new double-DIN audio system with USB and AUX-IN functions as well.
The Spark comes powered by a 1.0-litre four-cylinder engine making 63 bhp of peak power, which is about par for the segment. It also comes with a factory fitted LPG variant for extra savings.
The facelifted Spark is available now in five variants including normal petrol as well as LPG options in different trim levels.
Prices for the Spark are as follows:
Rs 3.16 Lakh for the base variant
Rs 3.41 Lakh for the LS variant
Rs 3.70 Lakh for the LT variant
Rs 3.71 Lakh for the LS LPG variant
Rs 3.99 Lakh for the LT LPG variant
All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi