When we first saw what we thought was the 2015 Chevrolet Cruze, we were a little disappointed in the looks department. The good news is that that wasn't it. The bad news is that it isn't so much different. The better news is that this refreshed model comes with all sorts of neat features.
While the Chevrolet Cruze has been caught up in some of GM's recall kerfuffles as of late, I have always considered it to be a pretty good value and a surprisingly handsome small car. After seeing its new face, I'm inclined to scratch that last one.
Like the hits, the General Motors recalls just keep on comin'. In addition to last night's announcement of a full recall of all 824,000 Cobalts, G5s, Ions and other cars afflicted with the ignition switch problem, GM also announced late Friday they are recalling another 662,000 trucks, SUVs and Cruzes.
Already replete with headaches over the recall of 1.4 million Chevrolet Cobalts and other models, General Motors on Thursday night ordered dealers to stop selling certain models of the Chevrolet Cruze. They did not say why.
Chevrolet dropped the much-anticipated Cruze diesel at the Chicago Auto Show today, saying that they're bringing a powerplant to America than can hold its own against any Volkswagen.
For various reasons, the automotive powers that be keep many of the world's best cars from the American car buying public. Even Detroit is stiffing us on some of these models, and they're supposed to be on our side!
Seems a steering wheel plumb fell off a Chevrolet Cruze during a test, so General Motors will recall 2,100 of them to give a certain bolt one more righty-tighty.
GM's pulled the wraps off the Silverline Chevrolet team's new 2011 Cruze racers for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC). The two racers enter the 2011 season get some new livery to match the WTCC cars.
Rahm Emanuel, former Democratic congressman and President Obama's chief of staff, gave the UAW the Gettelfinger during the GM and Chrysler rescue debate, according to former auto czar Steve Rattner's new book. This could get messy. Especially because there's more.
Could GM be seeing the light and bringing wagons back to the fore? If this Chevy Cruze Wagon spy photo is any indicator, they just might. Update: We've been duped. It's a photoshop fake. Proof of the sad reality below.
What would you say if we told you GM's putting another, more miserly diesel in its Euro-spec Chevy Cruze? What if we told you it got 33 MPG city, 50 MPG highway? We expect no 'merican would even be interested.