Taking an American icon and elevating it to new heights.
A great family sedan and has plenty of room for all.
2015 Chevy Cruze Turbo
This is slick looking vehicle, with such items as an aero package that includes lower front grille air shutter, mid-body aero panels, front fascia air dam and a rear spoiler.
The front seats provide decent support, driver information center is easy to use, and dashboard controls are logically placed. There are a fair number of cabin storage areas
Steering is quick and precise, with good road feel, and handling is quite good, helped by Stabilitrak-Stability control with traction control. The ride is on the firm side, but is supple and comfortable. The all-disc anti-lock brakes are controlled by a firm pedal without much linear
Interior: standard leather upholstery, air conditioning, driver information center, power driver’s seat, keyless entry, power windows, heated front seats, cruise control, tilt/telescoping steering wheel with controls, 60/40 split folding rear seatbacks, remote power adjustable outside mirrors and two auxiliary power outlets.
Desirable, but costly options, include the $1,345 “Sun and Sound” package with a power sunroof and premium audio system and $790 Enhanced Safety Package with rear parking assist, rear cross traffic and side blind zone alert. There’s also a $495 audio system with a navigation system and an AM/FM/CD player with a 7-inch color touchscreen. A $340 package contains a rear-vision camera.
Price as tested: $29,430
The possibilities are endless when it comes to customization.