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Old 2nd June 2009, 00:47   #16
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its not actually a matter of beige or grey, but rather the treatment. But yet just taking a paint brush and wiping beige all over the inside of a car is not a very good idea (LOGAN anyone?). A few bit of silvering,chrome, fake wood, or even grey can also liven things up quite a bit.
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Old 16th June 2009, 15:32   #17
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Cars with Biege interiors are already in the showrooms. Its looks more spacious than before.
Similar shade as in i-10, need to check for glare on windshield from biege dashboard in day time.
This interior is available in LPG version also but that variant in under RTO approval - expected by June end
Music variant is only in grey interiors .
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Old 16th June 2009, 16:03   #18
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They have updated the pics in website too.

It seems the base variant is still all black.

Btw the beige looks nicely done atleast in pictures.

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Old 16th June 2009, 16:14   #19
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You sure this is for all Sparks or just the LPG version? I see that every image there is of the LPG version
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Hmm not sure about that, becasue there is no mention as such.
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Beige interior is for the non LPG version as well.
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Looks nice! I think it is for all variants!
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The beige interiors looks classy, but will be tough to maintain in Indian conditions.
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Looks nice! I think it is for all variants!
No the some versions still sports black\grey interior, see this

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Well we won't really know for sure since the website images may not have been updated. What we do know is that the LPG version gets beige. The rest will become clear in a day or two
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Well we won't really know for sure since the website images may not have been updated. What we do know is that the LPG version gets beige. The rest will become clear in a day or two
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No the some versions still sports black\grey interior, see this

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MUZIC edition might be "black" as it has to look like a music system
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I think beige on the spark is great. I know many people who would have preferred beige in their spark. IMHO this move should boost spark sales a bit more.
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MUZIC edition might be "black" as it has to look like a music system
Man you cracked me up there
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I believe currently beige interiors are only available with Spark LPG version. looks good though.
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I have confirmed with multiple dealers that beige is being offered in non LPG variants as well. The only variant I didn't check on is MUZIC. Most dealers don't have too much stock of the old grey interior.
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