The 2019 Chevrolet Cruze facelift has the brand’s latest grille design and new bumpers, but would only last a few months before US production ended.
A local entrepeneur’s last minute offer has failed to stop the axe falling on US production of the Chevrolet Cruze, with the last car produced on March 8.
Production of the Chevrolet Cruze ended at GM’s Lordstown factory in Warren, Ohio on March 8, 2019 meaning GM will no longer sell a compact sedan in the US.
Lordstown, Ohio, will stop producing the Chevrolet Cruze in March 2019 but the future of the plant could be saved during contract negotiations with the UAW.
GM plans to close three North American car factories by the end of 2019, meaning it’s the end of the road for the five sedans in our part of the world.
Consumer Reports has released its list of the 10 most reliable cars available in the US today, and half the list comes from one company: Toyota.
The new 2017 Chevrolet Cruze diesel sold in the US and Canada from later this year will be available with either a 6-speed auto or a 6-speed manual.
The Chevrolet Cruze that’s sold in the US and elsewhere around the world is due to enter Chinese showrooms from September this year.
The slightly longer, wider and sportier international version of the Chevrolet Cruze will go on sale in China at the end of September 2016.
When the D2XX Chevrolet Cruze hatch goes on sale in the US in the fall, it will start at US$22,190 in LT trim, a premium of US$1,070 over the LT auto sedan.