The Spark’s redesign featuring sleek, edgier styling and 15-inch rims give it a more aggressive look. The projector headlamps with separate daytime running lights keep things illuminated at night and accentuate the Spark’s new styling in the daytime. Heated and power folding side mirrors swing out at a touch of the easy-to-reach controls and give you an excellent view at all times.
With its spacious interior that’s perfect 4 passengers, nobody has to miss out. Surprisingly roomy for its size, the Spark is the perfect companion for an adventure around the city.
Don’t fit in, stand out. With new fun color options to suit every personality, there’s a Spark for everyone.
Caribbean Blue Metallic
Burning Hot Metallic
Merry Berry Me Metallic
Pull Me Over Red
Son of a Gun Gray Metallic
Black Meet Kettle
The Spark has efficient seating layout, with the 60:40 split-folding rear seats opening more options for luggage space. Or you can fold down the back row to unlock the full 195 liter of cargo space. It’s plenty of space for your favorite things, so you can go where you want and leave nothing behind.
The Spark introduces the new Chevrolet MyLink Infotainment System. Access your smartphone’s functions easily and seamlessly via the 7-inch touchscreen. The system mirrors your smartphone’s functions and allows you to access them via handy 7-inch screen or voice controls.
You can also choose to sync your contacts, play music, and access other apps through Apple CarPlayTM.
Chevrolet owners are having some fun on Thursdays at McDonald's by driving through and getting the free designated breakfast set for every passenger in the vehicle (maximum of four).
Monday afternoon, Ortigas, rush hour—not exactly an ideal setting for a Top Gear shoot on account of all the cars zipping about and the army of dog-tired motorists leaving the office. But for our subject today, these conditions couldn’t be more perfe...
The 2018 Chevrolet Spark may not fit even half of a basketball team; and yes, it can look a tad bit quirky for those who want to make a serious impression to those seriously uptight, snotty, and marginally-constipated elitists. But then again, who c...