Chevrolet Cruze - a global project of General Motors, created under the leadership of Tevan Kim. The car replaced Chevrolet Lacetti. The basis for the car lay the new global platform Delta II, which built the Opel Astra J.
In Russia, the production of Chevrolet Cruze sedans and hatchbacks was carried out at the GM plant in Shushary (St. Petersburg), station wagons were manufactured at the Avtotor plant in Kaliningrad. The model was officially sold in the Russian market from autumn 2009 until 2015.
Originally, the model named Cruze (premiere at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1999) was produced from 2001 to 2008 as a compact hatchback crossover designed for sales in the countries of Southeast Asia and the Pacific. The car was also sold under the name Suzuki Ignis.
Introduced in 2008 for the South Korean market as Daewoo Lacetti Premiere, the Cruze replaced the car of the same name sold since 2001. The previous generation of Lacetti was sold in the markets of Asia, Europe and Oceania. GM replaced the previous generation with the new Cruze during 2009. The Australian version is sold under the Holden Cruze brand from the second quarter of 2009. The American Chevrolet Cobalt has been replaced since August 2010 and after a year Chevrolet Cruze firmly holds first place in the US market among compact models [source is not specified 1220 days].
Acceleration (from 0 to 100 km / h):
Fuel consumption (declared):
The fuel consumption (actual in the Korean version of 1.6 liters):
Chevrolet Cruze for the Chinese market was introduced in 2014 at the Auto Show in Beijing. In 2015, the international version of the Chevrolet Cruze was shown. A hatchback was also introduced. His premiere took place in Detroit in 2016.
The car is equipped with 1.4 and 1.5 liter engines.
The car is sold with a 6-speed manual and automatic, as well as robotic gearboxes.