Chevrolet Cruze Midsize | Compact



  • Fun and fuel efficient turbocharged engine
  • Eco model has fuel economy comparable to a hybrid
  • Near perfect ride quality
  • Pleasantly designed interior
  • High ranking safety scores
  • Generous-size trunk
  • Sluggish 6-speed automatic
  • Uncomfortable seats
Ruling: The Chevrolet Cruze shows that GM can build a good quality, economy sedan and not be boring. With a refined ride quality, fuel efficient engines, and an interior you would enjoy spending hours inside, the Chevrolet Cruze does not disappoint. 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 2011 Chevrolet Cruze is a new 4-door sedan model from GM and is available in LS, 1LT, 2LT LTZ and Eco trims. The Cruze starts at about $16,600, and reaches about $22,300 for the LTZ trim. The ECO trim, which has higher fuel economy ratings of 28/42 with a manual transmission, starts at about $18,500.

User Reviews (1)

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Keenan Radney   [May 27, 2011]
Model Reviewed: CRUZE LT

Handles corners well. Nice profile from all sides. Interior very sporty,nice grille and smoothe ride.Sky Blue color is a real head turner fast car for a little 4 cylinder. Still needs way more speed.


Gas not as nice as stated.Turbo is a joke transmission feels like your driving a stick.

Impressed so far this little car has heart and some edginess to it would and i do recommend it. But GM needs to fix those cons i stated and give it at least a 100 more horses.

Similar Products Used: 2007 Kia Optima,2006 Mitsubishi Galant, 1997 Chrysler Concorde.
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