The name Chevrolet Cruze was first used in 2001 for a rebadged and restyled version of the Suzuki Ignis city hatch. The Cruze nameplate was revived in 2008 for a global small sedan, hatch and wagon that played ball in the Toyota Corolla-class.
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- Chevrolet Cruze: US production ends despite Hail Mary offer
- Lordstown plant may be saved, but Chevrolet Cruze is still axed in the US
- Chevrolet Volt, Impala, Cruze; Buick LaCrosse; Cadillac CT6 axed in US
- 2016's 10 most reliable cars includes 3 Lexus, 2 Toyota models
- 2017 Chevrolet Cruze diesel to come with both 6-speed auto and manual
- Global Chevrolet Cruze to go on sale in China this year
- 2017 Chevrolet Cruze hatch: Starts at $22k, premium models only
- Cadillac Mercedes-Benz CLA rival to be based on FWD Chevy Cruze?
- 2016 Chevrolet Cruze: New 1.4L turbo, different style
- 2016 Chevrolet Cruze hatchback to be sold in the US
- Chevrolet Cruze: second-gen car launched in China with DCT
- Second generation Chevrolet Cruze interior detailed by Chevy China
- MY2015 Chevrolet Cruze facelift: ugly split grille, 4G LTE hotspot