• B-Man Posted: 8/1/2010 8:53pm PDT

    Impressive new offering from GM in my favorite size of car, the compact size. Good looking, if somewhat conservative looking, body design. Sounds as if it's somewhat sporty in it's handling and the interior and gadgets are a-plenty enough inside to satisfy most of us. If it only starts at $16,995 and goes up quickly from there, I think Chevy has a good new car here that will help them sell to the masses in a manner most pleasing to them.

  • Russell Posted: 8/2/2010 12:16am PDT

    We have had this car in australia for nearly 12 months now. In a recent comparison it finished about 4th or 5th, lower than the current Ford Focus. Its nothing special.

  • B-Man Posted: 8/2/2010 4:24am PDT

    Considering it's a Chevrolet one can't get too excited about it. It's just that comparing it to what they've put out of late(the Cobalt, for example)Cruze is a real step up outta that. That's all I'm sayin'. And a lot of the American people are still trying to save the American car companies so they'd look at a new Chevy compact before looking where they should look, a new Mitsubishi Lancer. Therefore this pup will probably sell well in the U.S., I'm thinkin'.

  • Sivaraj Posted: 10/22/2010 9:56pm PDT

    This is my experience after driving the brand new Chevy Cruze 2LS automatic. It's not a good experience while driving in slow moving traffic. Got back pain after 150 miles of drive in the last 2 days. Automatix gear shifting is horrible, and the car jurks like crazy leading to back pain. Right arm rest is not big enough. If we move the driver seat all the way back, maybe you can keep your edge of the L-bow of your arm on the rest. Breaking is not good. Looks good, not one of my worst driving experience. Only after 50 miles/hr the car drives good. But what to do with my right arm...maybe I have to hold the it above all the through the drive.