Chevy Spark Accessories & Parts

Built to ensure optimum usage of the tight urban space, the Chevy Spark is a four-door hatchback subcompact based on the Chevrolet Beat concept, which was introduced at the 2007 New York Auto Show. The architecture of the concept was engineered by GM Daewoo Automotive Technologies in South Korea, where the production version and some of the crucial Spark parts were developed as well. While the original Spark is already on sale in Europe, Australia, and South America, the US-spec Spark is scheduled to hit the North American market in the summer 2012. For the 2013 model year, General Motors also plans to expand the lineup with a battery-powered all-electric Spark EV.

The Spark, which battles with such subcompacts as the Smart ForTwo, Scion iQ, and Fiat 500, is claimed to be the smallest car ever sold with the bowtie badge in the USA. The car is 144.7 inches long and 62.9 inches wide, meaning it is somewhat longer yet a bit narrower than both the Scion iQ and the Fiat 500. In the US and Canada, the Chevy Spark will be powered by a 1.2-liter inline-four engine with dual variable valve timing. The engine blends together competitive performance with advanced technologies and parts, including dual continuous variable cam phasing, electronically controlled thermostat and low-friction engine oil. A 5-speed manual transmission comes standard, while a four-speed automatic is included in the list of the optional Chevy Spark parts. Delivering 85 hp and 82 lb-ft of torque, the subcompact is rated at 30 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway. To make the trip as safe as possible, the Spark comes with the ten standard airbags, StabiliTrak Stability Control System, driver and front passenger Dual Safety Belt Pretensioners, OnStar telematics system, ABS, and Traction Control.

Updated for the United States and Canadian consumers, the tiniest Chevy has four doors, with the rear door handles integrated into the C-pillar area to create an illusion of a 2-door configuration. The Chevy Spark features an elegant exterior design, which grabs attention with such parts and accessories as the 15'' alloy wheels, a distinctive and massive two-section grille, giant bug-eyed headlights, large circular brake lights, and a miniature roof spoiler. In the US, the subcompact will be offered in a range of traditional (Silver Ice Metallic, Denim, Salsa and Summit White) and so called 'nail polish' colors ( Lemonade, Techno Pink and Jalapeno), which are claimed to match the mood and shoes of the driver. Being tall for it's length, the Spark offers roomy interior with 86.3 cubic-feet for four occupants, and 11.4 cubic-feet behind the rear seats. Its motorcycle-inspired gauge cluster comes with a huge analog speedometer adjacent to a rectangular digital screen. The interior equipment and accessories vary depending on the trim level. Both the 1LT and 2LT are offered with MyLink infotainment system with a 7-inch color touch screen, Bluetooth compatibility, power windows, air conditioning, at the same time the range-topping 2LT comes with SiriusXM satellite radio, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and heated leatherette seats.

The nimble Chevy Spark lets city dwellers live large in the narrow and busy streets. It allows you to maneuver in tight spaces and park virtually anywhere. And when someone says that it is impossible to keep a car in the city, owners of the Chevy Spark simply smile and tell them how wrong they are. Versatile and fresh, this subcompact features youthful design and vibrant colors that make a fashion statement. This car is a real urban miracle and an ultimate expression of the personal mobility. And yes, it has enough zip in the performance to make an impression. The Spark proves that good things come in small packages!

There is no reason why your car can't display the kind of classy personality you've always wanted - our selection of Chevy Spark Accessories and Parts is here to prove it. Inside CARiD.com's selection of Chevy Spark accessories and parts you have all the options: luxurious comfort, advanced protection, and of course, plenty of style. Grilles, dash kits, floor mats, grille guards and much more are available in the highest quality and lowest prices around. Stand apart. Rise above. The Chevy Spark accessories speak for themselves.

Whatever you expect from your Chevy Spark, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Chevy Spark and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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Chevy Spark Accessories & Parts Reviews

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Dash Cover
Product is very good quality, looks great, very easy to install.
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