2017 Chevrolet Cruze Engine, Interior Review

Monday, May 15th 2017. | Chevrolet

2017 Chevrolet Cruze Review. Chevrolet Cruze is a massively important car for Chevrolet and General Motors it solves four million cruisers since 2008 so it’s of significant importance for them.

2017 Chevrolet Cruze Engine

Now powered by 1.4 liter four-cylinder engine now it may sound like a little one but it comes to the turbocharger and it’s good for a hundred 10 kilowatts of power and a pretty impressive 245 NM of torque with a manual gearbox and 240 newton meters of torque with its first shifting 6-speed auto.

Out on the open road all you need to do is give it a kick and it really picks up and get moving the engines really a last kick into gear boxes click to change down and give you everything that you need brake pedal feel is great and steering feel is good as well this is an electrically assisted steering.

it doesn’t have the weight of a hydraulic unit but it gives them the advantage of being able to tune it however they like in this us tune it’s a little bit light for our liking but i think that when it comes to australia I’ll probably sit up a bit to give it that 40 or feel.

now being for the American market this thing is quite softly sprung but it’s impressive because at the back you have a wats linkage that really helps settle this car and while it is soft in the US market I think it has the goods to really firm up and give it that sporting a seal on Australian roads without losing the compliance that has when it hits those bumps.

2017 Chevrolet Cruze Interior

2017 Chevrolet Cruze cabin is fantastic and the infotainment system is a cracker so this car basically comes in a few different trims in the States but we’ll be getting an LP and dead in Australia which means it will come with a mix of seven and eight inch screens for that central unit they will come with Android order and apple carplay and look very similar to the unit that’s currently fitted to the new holden colorado.

Now in terms of safety tech this thing is pretty impressively kitted out got ten airbags stability control and all that sort of standard stuff also has a lane departure system that will steal it back into its laying very lightly if you do start wondering you’ve also got a forward collision alert on upper spec models as well but it does miss out on a EV sort of a little at all in any of the cruze sedan range which is a little bit disappointing.

Now what about the interior given this from carry the extra name and they do have that premium European feel to it and thankfully it does the cabin looks fantastic the back great infotainment system a cluster of buttons and then a soft touch of illiterate material on the dashboard.

it gives it that feeling that it’s worth a lot more than it actually is interior accommodation is great there’s plenty of legroom in the back there and the blue is absolutely gigantic.

Now this particular car has a spacious later tire but we are expecting the australian model to come at a full-sized bed but that th ed confirm.