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Old 12th December 2008, 19:50   #1
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Default Chevy Spark spoiler, roof rails

The original Spark spoiler(4500) & roof rails(1500) cost Rs6000 total

The aftermarket version costs spoiler (2300) and roof rails(700) = Rs 3000 total

Experts, can we get the exact looks as the original by installing after market products?
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Old 12th December 2008, 21:03   #2
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Go for the aftermarket spoiler. And if you ask me i will not suggest roof rails for the spark. I feel they do not go with the car.
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I think roof rails look good and make it fully loaded on this cute car.
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Go for the aftermarket spoiler. And if you ask me i will not suggest roof rails for the spark. I feel they do not go with the car.
so which looks better. I though the roof rails makes the car look taller and also gives a masculine look


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Thats the third thread about Spark. Did you buy or even book one?
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Thats the third thread about Spark. Did you buy or even book one?
Hi Mr.DAS how do you do. Do not bother senior, I am junior with lots of questions
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meh, he's better than luvjascha. (PS: he seems to be banned - so you might want to watch your step though, ritz)
if you dont have any functional use for them, dont . adding them will involve drilling the roof, which if done shoddily, can cause leaks
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sorry to bump this thread as i got few queries

1. Is it a wise decision to get roof rails on a 3yr old spark (well maintained)
2. Any idea on the cost in 2010
3. Any long / short term damage to the roof / any other part ?
4. Whats the functionality of these rails ?? any pics to support
5. Should be / recommended to be done by the dealer ??

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