The Cruze is about more than just affordable price, that has been well advertised by Chevy. It’s about value and performance as well. You get way more vehicle than what you are paying for with the Cruze. With its 4 cylinder engine – it’s a real gas saver, getting 35+ on the interstate. The Cruze is also the only car in its segment that has a 6 speed manual or automatic transmission available. Please forgive the oxymoron but the Cruze is the largest, compact car, with more interior room and trunk space than its major competitors. The turbo version of the Eco is a torque-e little thing and has all the get up and go you need to pass safely, accelerate up the on-ramp or just beat someone off the line at the red light. My favorite is safety. Rolling in this car must be like rolling around inside a giant marshmallow. It has 10 airbags! Where are they all? There is the standard front airbags, side curtain airbags, knee airbags and mid section side curtain airbags. If technology is your thing, than so is the Cruze. You can access nearly everything from the Chevrolet Cruze App. (pictures below), certain models have Bluetooth/USB, remote start, OnStar, and all the applications you could want including Facebook status. Before you leave the dealership with your new car, don’t forget to give your service writer your email. That way servicing your vehicle will be worry free. Anytime something is array, even low tire pressure, you will get an email from OnStar and the service department will get ahold of you. Oil changes, tire rotation and all the basic maintenance will also be sent to you in a convenient email. Last but certainly not least, the 2011 Chevy Cruze has a longer power train warranty than its competitors, including roadside assistance and transportation.
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