Chevrolet is in a refreshing mood, as it’s recently updated the Camaro and Malibu for 2019, and now it’s the 2019 Spark’s turn to take center stage with a new look.
The bulk of the changes to the 2019 Chevy Spark are up front. Here, you’ll see a brand-new grille with heavier chrome use, new headlights, and lower available LED daytime running lights. Around back, the new duds are limited to new dual-element taillights.
The 2019 Chevy Spark will also take a step in the right direction in safety with the addition of available low-speed automatic emergency braking. While this is probably not enough to propel the Spark to IIHS Top Safety Pick honors, it is a start in an otherwise neglected class in terms of safety equipment. This will be a part of the Driver Confidence Package, which also includes forward collision warning and lane-departure warning.
The Spark will continue to come in four variants: LS, LT, LT2, and ACTIV. The latter will add a 10-mm-higher ride height and black body cladding.
Pricing isn’t available yet for the 2019 Spark, but we don’t expect any big changes. Chevrolet expects to have the 2019 Spark in showrooms later this year.