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2019 Chevrolet Spark Interior Review


Interior: 6.2

The 2019 Chevrolet Spark's interior is marked by cheap materials and lots of unwanted noise. Passenger room is good in the front but limited in the back, and cargo volume is low for the class. The Spark has a good amount of standard technology features, which are mostly easy to use.

  • "The Spark's downfall is noise. … the cabin is an echo chamber for road noise generated while driving, even at city speeds. Standard air conditioning is welcome but also contributes to the unwanted sound in the cabin. The audio-system quality is pretty basic, so cranking up the tunes to cover the noise doesn't help, either." -- Autotrader (2018)
  • "Yes, it's small, but the layout is functional. The high roofline gives it decent room, access and visibility, too." -- Edmunds (2018)
  • "One word comes to mind when describing the Spark: 'tinny.' Pull a door handle or flip up a sun visor and a cheap, hollow sound echos. While livable, the bony hard surfaces everywhere will remind you that you're roughing it. Glossy piano-black panels try to liven things up, but there are plenty of cheap touches, like the basic plastic door latches, board-like headliner, and visible sunvisor mounting screws." -- Consumer Reports (2017)


The Chevrolet Spark seats four on standard cloth upholstery and manually adjustable front seats. Leatherette upholstery and heated front seats are optional. The Spark has two complete sets of rear-seat LATCH connections. It's easy to attach the car-seat straps even though the tether anchors are hard to find and the lower anchors are set deep in the seats.

The Spark's front seats are spacious but not that comfortable; they lack support and offer few adjustments. Rear-seat room is only adequate for children or smaller adults.

  • "The seating position is upright, with minimal lateral support. The rear seats are best suited to smaller passengers." -- Edmunds
  • "Despite its compact dimensions, the Spark is surprisingly roomy in the front seat, with plenty of leg, hip, shoulder and headroom, even for taller drivers and passengers. The second row lacks ample legroom, however, and doesn't even pretend to have a middle seating position." -- Autotrader (2018)
  • "Rear-seat legroom has also shrunk, but other aspects, like hip and shoulder room, have grown." -- Kelley Blue Book (2018)

Interior Features

Standard features in the 2019 Spark include a rearview camera, manual climate control, and a 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a Wi-Fi hot spot, Bluetooth, two USB ports, and a four-speaker stereo. Optional features include power locks and windows, keyless entry, cruise control, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a sunroof, proximity keyless entry, push-button start, a six-speaker stereo, satellite radio, rear parking sensors, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, and low-speed automatic emergency braking.

The Spark's infotainment features garner mostly positive reviews. The system has user-friendly menus, and the physical controls on the dash are laid out clearly, but the touch screen may be a little hard to reach and see.

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  • "The infotainment system adds to the Spark's modern vibe. The menus are intuitive, and the graphics are sharp." -- Edmunds
  • "All Spark models include a 7-inch color touch screen in the center stack and logically arranged climate-control dials." -- Kelley Blue Book (2018)
  • "All Sparks come with a standard seven-inch MyLink touch-screen infotainment system. It's mounted up high on the dashboard, but it's a bit of a reach to the touch screen. Some on-screen fonts and 'buttons' are small and tightly packed together, and there is no tuning knob. System logic is intuitive enough, but this system isn't as easy to use as the larger-screened MyLink system in other GM products." -- Consumer Reports (2017)


The Chevrolet Spark has 11.1 cubic feet of cargo space behind its back seat and 27.2 cubic feet with the second row folded down. Both of those values are low for the class. The back seat doesn't fold completely flat, limiting additional utility.

  • "There's minimal cargo room with the rear seat in use. But fold the seats down, and there's enough storage to tackle the typical sorts of errands that suit this subcompact hatchback." -- Edmunds
  • "Folding the seat is a little disappointing, as the load floor is not flat, which compromises utility. Big dogs will do better sitting in the second-row seat rather than in the cargo space." -- Autotrader (2018)
  • "Inside, the … Chevy Spark's layout consists of seating for four and a small space for groceries and gear behind the two rear seats. Those seats can be folded to expand cargo capacity from roughly 11 cubic feet to over 27. That's more than enough to hold a few suitcases, but not quite as much as the 1st-generation Spark. Blame the lower roofline and shorter length." -- Kelley Blue Book (2018)

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