2015 Chevrolet Cruze

Up to 28 MPG city / 46 MPG hwy
$17,745 - $25,660

Chevrolet's small sedan is sold in a variety of uninspiring letter combinations: LS, LT, and LTZ. You get a different level of equipment depending on the trim but all Cruzes come standard with 10 airbags, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, a USB port for audio playback, and seating for five. The base engine is a 138-horsepower 1.8-liter I-4 offered in the LS only, and it's rated for 25/36 mpg city/highway with a six-speed manual transmission and 22/35 mpg with a six-speed automatic. The reason the 1.8-liter is limited to the LS is because Chevy is pushing the Cruze's turbocharged 1.4-liter I-4, a comparably rated engine that achieves better fuel economy on the LT and above. The mpg-focused Cruze Eco, which is enhanced with an array of weight-saving and efficiency features, powers its way to 28/42 mpg with its six-speed manual. A turbodiesel I-4 is inbound but its specifications haven't been finalized yet. The Cruze's optional RS Package brings sharper-looking and sportier body parts to LT and LTZ models. And to prove compact cars are becoming more upscale, the Cruze can be optioned up with a selection of safety equipment - blind-spot monitoring, parking assist, etc. - that was once only found on more expensive vehicles. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Mpg. the car gets very good gas mileage Oil pan plug - diameter too large - flat plug too small
Comfort. the car is very roomy and comfortable. Rear cupholders. there are no cupholders in rear.
Internal cabin feels like a much more expensive vehicle Performance. the car could have better take off power.
Driver leg room i am 6 ft. tall and have plenty of room Sun visor doesn't block the sun well
Road handling is outstanding making it fun to drive No lighted vanity mirrors: a big inconvenience
Style: car has a very nice clean look Passing power at higher speeds is poor
Engine - excellent gas mileage - good pick-up Steering wheel does not have a lot of features
The look - sharp paint, sports car look It's lower to the road than i'm used to - feel every bump.
Small turning radius - great maneuverability Cupholders in front - too tight, hard to use & reach while driving
Virtually no blind spots in the vehicle Front doors won't stay open while i exit vehicle