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Nov 30 2017

Chevrolet Cruze Reviews, Ratings – Pricing – Consumer Reports #chevy #cruze #customer #reviews


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The redesigned Cruze possesses big-car qualities such as a comfortable ride and a quiet interior. The standard engine is an unobtrusive 1.4-liter four-cylinder turbo mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. A smooth start-stop feature reduces fuel use during idling; we got 30 mpg overall in our tests. A new infotainment system featuring Android Auto and Apple CarPlay mirrors some of your smartphone icons on the screen. The rear seat is relatively roomy for the class, but the front seats are short on lower-back support. A variety of advanced active safety features are available, but only on the top-trim Premier version. First-year reliability of the redesign has been well above average. A hatchback version and a 1.6-liter turbodiesel are new for 2017.

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2016 Redesign Year

Trim Shown: 2016 L/LS

In 2011 the Cruze replaced, and greatly improved on, the unimpressive Cobalt as Chevrolet’s mainstream small car. It feels solid and substantial, handles nicely, and has a firm but steady and controlled ride. Two four-cylinder engines are offered: a base 1.8-liter and an up-level turbocharged 1.4-liter. The latter has the edge in power delivery and quietness. Both, however, delivered a rather unimpressive 26 mpg. Noise levels are moderate, which is fairly good for this class. The well-finished cabin feels spacious up front, even for tall drivers, but it’s cramped in the rear.

Trim Shown: 2015 Base

In 2011, the Cruze replaced, and greatly improved upon, the unimpressive Cobalt as Chevrolet’s mainstream small car. In addition to offering handsome styling, it feels solid and substantial, handles nicely, and has a firm but steady and controlled ride. Two four-cylinder engines are offered: a base 1.8-liter and an up-level turbocharged 1.4-liter. The latter has the edge in power delivery and quietness. Both, however, delivered a rather unimpressive 26 mpg. Noise levels are moderate, which is fairly good for this class. The well-finished cabin feels spacious up front, even for tall drivers, but it’s cramped in the rear.

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