Chevrolet Cruze review

        The Chevrolet Cruze replaces the Chevrolet Cobalt, and the automotive industry couldn’t be happier that GM decided to remove that car from its lineup the Cruze is a much better car. The 2011 Cruze has one of the highest quality cabins in its class, good performance and a roomy interior that reminds reviewers of larger, more expensive vehicles. 

       The 2011Chevrolet Cruze delivers many segment leading features and details that challenge preconceived notions about what a compact car can be in North America. The Cruze also affirms Chevrolet’s commitment to building refined, fuel efficient vehicles using new, small displacement, four cylinders engines. It is expected to deliver segment leading fuel economy with a new Ecotec 1.4L I-4 turbo with variable valve timing including up to an expected 40 mpg on the highway with the Cruze Eco model.

      Cruze is a 4 doors sedan that comes in LS, LT, LTZ, and fuel economy oriented Eco trim levels. LT models are subdivided into 1LT and 2LT. The LS has a 136 horsepowers. The 1LT, 2LT, LTZ, and Eco use a 138-horsepower turbocharged. A 6-speed manual transmission is standard on the LS and Eco. A 6-speed automatic is optional on those models and standard on the LT and LTZ. Available safety features include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, curtain side airbags, front  and rear side airbags, and front knee airbags.

          * Transmission: six-speed transverse, dual overdrive, fully synchronized gearbox
          * Horsepower: 136 / 103 @ 6300
          * Displacement cu in (cc): 110 / 1796 
          * Price (est): $18,895

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