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2011 Chevrolet Cruze Configurator Live, Full Pricing Revealed

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We're just five days away from the launch of the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze to retail buyers at GM's Lordstown plant, and today those looking to be among the first in line can get a feel for what sort of options and pricing they can expect thanks to the new configuration tool on Chevrolet's site.

Starting at $16,275 (excluding delivery) the 2011 Cruze gets a standard 1.4-liter turbocharged engine across all trims, including the base LS, 1LT, 2LT, and LTZ. The 1LT starts from $18,175, the 2LT from $20,675, and the LTZ from $21,975. For each incremental jump in trim level, you get a range of appearance and feature upgrades. Unfortunately, the comely Euorpean and Australian-market Cruze hatchback isn't one of the options.

For example, the 1LT adds body-color power side mirrors and an automatic transmission to the base LS spec, while the 2LT throws in a 16-inch alloy wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated power seats, steering-wheel audio controls and remote start. The range-topping LTZ gussies up with 18-inch alloy wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, chrome door handles, automatic climate control, an upgraded instrument cluster, rear park assist, plus Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

Head over the official configurator site to build your own, and don't miss our 2011 Cruze first drive review to get our take on Chevy's latest compact sedan.

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2011 Chevrolet Cruze Configurator Live, Full Pricing Revealed
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  1. What a disappointment. The six-speed stick is offered only in LS (cheapo) trim. If you want ANY upmarket equipment, you have to settle for the automatic. Somehow, automakers think (wait 'automakers think' is an oxymoron) that if you shift your own gears, you do not want a moonroof, alloy wheels or even a GPS system. This is a deal-breaker, GM.
     
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