Chevrolet is all set to launch the 2015 Cruze at the New York International Auto Show. The sedan received new styling revisions, improved interior and some new connectivity features to cater to the modern tech-savvy generation. A few days back we had published images of what seemed like the next generation Cruze , however the 2015 model was not to be a revolutionary change and instead Chevrolet gave it a mild facelift.
The exterior styling gets a fresh dose of chrome along the grille and a revised front bumper. The new Cruze also incorporates intuitive controls, voice operated features along with Message Alerts, Apple Siri integration, OnStar 4G LTE with Wi-Fi hotspot.
“We’ve simply made a great, versatile car even better,” said Steve Majoros, Chevrolet director of passenger car and crossover marketing. “Chevrolet continues to design, build and sell the most compelling small cars in its history and the 2015 Cruze offers more of the features, connectivity and efficiency that are important to today’s customers.”
The 2015 Chevrolet Cruze borrowed design cues from the Impala and the Malibu to transform itself into a more mature looking mid-size sedan. LED daytime running lights are available on high-end variants while the traditional swept-back headlamp graphic has also been retained, but now the car even has a sportier look to it. Chevrolet has added two new variants to the Cruze line up. The Cruze Eco is claimed to deliver 42 mpg on the highway while the Cruze diesel with a 151 horsepower engine returns 46 mpg.
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