2011 Chevrolet Cruze

The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze is a little and budget-friendly car which is designed for Cobalt replacement. It’s what low-budget customers want to see on dealer. Replacement is a decided development on a model no one will miss, and works hard to bring elements of luxury on the small size and fuel save performance. It’s an answer for who is looking for $16,525-$22,225 MSRP range to get those bells and whistles in a 26 mpg around town and 36 mpg on the road peformanced non-hybrid. That’s well low-budget.(Travel with the Eco trim level, which has a manual transmission and opening price of $18,500 and those numbers jump to 28/42)

The Cruze is in a hard competition because it’s rivals are Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla and they mave a known presence in consumer’s opinions.The Cruze, however, is an effective, roomy,refined compact car and this situation is helping buyer’s to rethink about genre. There are five trim levels -- LS, 1LT, 2LT, LTZ, and Eco. 2011 Chevrolet Cruze has two engines. One of them is a 1.4-liter inline four at 138 hp (125 lb. ft. of torque) and other is a 1.8-liter turbo-charged unit at 138 hp (148 lb. ft. of torque). Mazda3 or the Volkswagen Golf are more sporty cars than Cruze but Cruz is giving commendable power for daily routines and a smooth,comfortable ride.

Some drivers maybe find the exterior little dull and some boring. Chevrolet designers are working for an upscale sedan appearance. While the build may have some problems on the side of plain, no one can argue that the quality of the construction is exceptional. The front split grille and molded hood, while restrained, do not have that "toy car" quality so common in previous compact trials. Cabin inside’s roominess feels like a parlor trick, an impossible action on such a little car, But Chevrolet has pulled if off with no smoke and mirrors involved.



The steering wheel and shifter are straight out of a mid-range sedan.And it’s intruding on the overall scale of the cabin. The noise control levels are number on on its class, and ten airbags allay is creating fear about cabin safety. Standard soft-touch materials have an option for leather. All the finishings are designed great – even the hard plastics. It’a a heaven for tall drivers in front but noone want to be on back on same tie. The trunk has 15.4 cubic feet of cargo space, which is very large in this genre. At the main level driver get a trip computer, power outlet, AM/FM stereo with CD, and a three-month XM Radio trial. For $300, you may add Bluetooth, a USB port, and audio controls on the wheel. Navigation needs $2,000 more.


The 2011 Cruze’s front and side crashes have a five star and rollovers have four from federal government for overall safety. In addition to the ten airbags, there's electronic stability control, traction control, tire pressure monitoring and anti-lock brakes standard.

American driver’s pleasure style is changed because of environmental concerns, the high cost of gasoline, as well as a sense of needing to "scale back" to weather the recessions. Today SUVs and trucks are still on the scene, but hybrids and compacts are coming by marches.

The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze is one of the leaders in that movement. Well-engineered, roomy, a competent performer, efficient and low cost, this model should play well with buyers. A solid choice for dayly use, around town driving and short trips.