Posts Tagged ‘ Chevrolet Cruze ’
It is rather sad that one of the last efforts of EPA before Trump closes its doors was to rate the fuel efficiency of something as dull as the Chevrolet Cruze Diesel. But, nevertheless, it is a service done unto those looking for a frugal sedan that isn’t a hybrid and therefore quite affordable. This […]
Chevrolet’s presence at this year’s SEMA show is headlined by a couple of ordinary family cars. The Chevrolet Blue Line Concepts are a little misleading, since the name and the fact that they are based on the Malibu and Cruze hatchback makes you believe they are a pair of eco cars with no business being […]
Chevrolet released the first pictures and details of a new hatchback version of the Cruze ahead of the car’s official debut at the North American International Auto Show. The 2017 Chevrolet Cruze Hatch will go on sale in Fall, boasting new looks and upgraded features.
The all-new 2016 Chevrolet Cruze has now officially been unveiled, packing a brand-new engine and a whole host of advanced new features. The car is thoroughly improved to make sure it remains one of GM’s best selling models ever.
Not to be outdone by Chrysler and their Mopar division who is bringing 11 custom cars to this year’s SEMA show, Chevrolet announced a lineup of highly modified concepts plus a wide range of accessories for the world’s biggest tuning fair.
Chevrolet released details and pictures of the updated 2015 Cruze ahead of its debut at the New York International Auto Show. Turned out the Cruze has to be content with a mild facelift for now, and this new-face model we saw in China is still some way off, at least for America.
This is the facelift Chevrolet has been working on for the new Cruze. It has been revealed ahead of the car’s official debut thanks to a spy photographer who caught it undisguised in a parking lot. 2015 Chevrolet Cruze will almost certainly make its debut at the Beijing Auto Show next month.
As diesel is becoming more and more popular in the U.S., Chevrolet announces the specs and details of the 2014 Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel model, which offers the best highway fuel economy of any non-hybrid passenger car in America, and “classic muscle car acceleration,” according to Chevy.
Chevrolet announced the official fuel economy ratings for the diesel version of their best-selling sedan, the Cruze, and they are claiming some big numbers. The car does an EPA-estimated 46 MPG on the highway, which means on a full tank of gas you can cover a distance of 700 miles between the pumps.
Chevrolet is broadening the appeal of its ultra-successful Cruze compact sedan by launching a new Clean Diesel version. This model is powered by the cleanest diesel engine GM has ever produced, with 90 percent less Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) than the previous generation.
Chevrolet Cruze is the first car to get GM’s new generation of airbag with flexible venting technology. These airbags not only deploy more efficiently – because they have a single-stage system, they also reduce the risk of inflation-induced injury.
Chevrolet has been dominating the world touring car championship for the past three years with its Cruze. They just secured their third consecutive manufacturers’ title after showing a flawless performance at Suzuka, taking another 1-2-3 win in Race 1.
Chevrolet dropped picture and details all their SEMA-bound small cars all at once. The lineup includes different tricked-out models of the Sonic, Spark and Cruze, with the Spark getting the most attention. They are also bringing the “The Color Run” Spark and “Pink Out” Spark, show cars designed for good causes.
Chevrolet UK announced pricing of the new Station Wagon version of the Cruze ahead of its launch in the British market this autumn. The Cruze Wagon is priced from £15,375. It comes with three engines and three trim levels, but the most important thing you need to know about it is that it offers up […]
Before launching the new 2.0L clean turbo diesel version of the Cruze in the U.S. market, Chevrolet thought it’s a good idea to explain to the Americans why switching to diesel make sense, and also address their concerns about diesel-powered cars. You see, most Americans still think of diesel cars as noisy, rough, dirty, and […]