Review : Chevrolet Cruze
• MSRP: $ 16,275 - $ 21,975
• Drive: Front wheel drive
• Brakes: Front and rear disc brakes
• Suspension: Front MacPherson suspension torsion beam rear
• Power: 136 to 148 HP depending on the terrain and the engine
Models available: The Cruze is available in base LS, mid-range and LT1 LT2, LTZ luxury options and fuel-efficient Eco-trim. In addition, the Cruze offers optional RS appearance package that features a rear spoiler, front fog lamps, and a host of other exterior improvements.
The exterior design of the new signs will help the Cruze important to compete against the competition which include the Dodge Caliber, Toyota Camry and Ford Focus.
The Cruze puts safety first with ten separate air bags as standard equipment, ensuring maximum protection for driver and passengers in case of collision. Anti-lock brakes on all four wheels and patented stability provide excellent stability and traction control for the vehicle, even on slippery or uneven. The OnStar service is included for six months, so that the Cruze is a solid choice for safety conscious consumers.
The new Chevrolet Cruze 2011 represents the latest foray of the company in the market for four-door sedan offers exceptional value and outstanding fuel efficiency for a five-passenger vehicle. The Cruze will be available in LS, LT and LTZ, and the levels of LS and Eco Echo have one standard six-speed manual transmission with automatic transmission is available, all other trim levels come with automatic transmission, six speeds. The Chevrolet Cruze Eco is the leading fuel line, however, the incorporation of the new Chevy Ecotec engine has a hybrid and gives a range of low run for their money at 40 miles per gallon and a price of $ 18,895 .
The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze is an ideal choice to compete in the category with a surprisingly low price, standard features and highlighting the exceptional fuel economy. For consumers who can not afford a hybrid car, the Cruze may well be the best option.