2012 Chevrolet CruzeAmanda Warren - Houston, TX12/22/2016
I bought this car brand new and loved it. Over the years I have had so many mechanical issues I've spent thousands of dollars. The remote key breaks all of the time, the turbo charger had to be replaced along with many other engine issues that have put a huge dent in my pocket. It's a great car with wonderful gas mileage, but I wouldn't recommend this to anyone after the amount of money I've put in it just to find many other problems.
Smooth Ride for a Compact
2014 Chevrolet CruzeMarc Newman - Winston Salem, NC03/21/2017
The quality of the vehicle was a pleasant surprise. It's quiet, no rattles, and the ride is close to that of a mid-size car. Surprising amount of legroom for both the driver and front passengers. I would recommend the turbo engine. The additional torque gives adequate pick up in an emergency situation.
2011 Chevrolet CruzeDon Garvin - Irving, TX01/24/2016
The Cruze is comfortable sedan. The ride is smooth and the ergonomics for the driver are appropriate for my height (5;"6"). Compared to other sedans in its class the Cruze is very affordable. The handling is responsive and the engine is only heard during quick acceleration which is expected with smaller engines. But it even at speeds of 70 mph it handles well.
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