Details on the new Chevrolet Cruze revealed 0
Chevrolet will release the new Cruze here in the UK later in the year. Prices are expected to start from £15,375 for the entry level model.
This will contain a 1.6 litre engine that is capable of hitting a maximum of 124 BHP. The car will have features such as air conditioning, remote central locking, traction control, electronic stability control (ESC), front electric windows, adjustable door mirrors, 12v power sockets which are standard features amongst a few others.
Next in line comes the 1.7 litre Cruze which is capable of hitting a maximum of 130 BHP, running on diesel. This particular model will emit only 199g/km of C02. The 1.8 litre variant is the most powerful by hitting 141 BHP.
LT models will contain rear parking sensors, electric rear windows, 16 inch alloy wheels and cruise control. That’s not all. Chevrolet will reveal the other features which LT models are also expected to have closer to the date. Some sources have said that this could include a leather steering wheel, front fog lamps and a leather gear knob.
For those who want the full works, the LTZ models will have it all. This includes satellite navigation, Bluetooth connectivity ability, rain sensing wipers, a seven inch colour display screen, automatic lighting control, an electro chromatic self dipping mirror, rear parking sensors, a rear view camera,
A car will also hit the Indian market, with the automotive press making a deal out of the news. The car will be offered in 7 different colours, giving everyone a choice.
The Cruze will come with a choice of a diesel engine which is extremely important in India. Motorists are looking to purchase cars that give back better economy amid a fuel price crisis.
The car is a saloon and one of the most respected cars of it’s kind in India. This time round the car has almost a coupe shape to it, making it more attractive.
Lowell Paddock, Head of General Motors’ Indian operations said “The Cruze has received an overwhelming response from consumers across India, since its launch in 2009. We expect the newest member of the Cruze family to continue to exceed the expectations of car buyers and stand out against the competition in its segment.”
We believe that the Cruze have to come a long way here in the UK if they are to compete with the top guns.