2017 Chevy Cruze comes in L, LS, LT, and Premier trim level, and is available in versions of the sedan and hatch. All front-wheel drive and is powered by a 1.4-liter turbocharged engine.
CRUZE L sedan ($16.975) was the base model with manual transmission, cloth seats and 15-inch steel wheels with plastic dop, but he still came up with the camera glass, 10 airbags, 7.0-inch touchscreen with infotainment, Apple and Android Auto CarPlay compatibility, 60/ 40 split folding rear seats. CRUZE LS upgraded with air conditioning and offers a choice of automatic transmission. (All prices MSRP and do not include destination charges.)
CRUZE LT sedan ($20,150) and the Cruze LT Hatch ($21.240) adds a six-speaker sound system with satellite radio available, control the steering wheel, 16-inch wheels, foglamps, and backup space saver Tire than Tires repair kit. CRUZE Premier sedan ($23.475) and hatch ($23.945) is loaded with leather, heated steering wheel and rear seats, upgraded rear suspension and 17-inch wheels.
The RS package for LT ($695) and Premier ($995) adds a sporty front and rear fascia, spoiler and 18-inch wheels. Other packages include the upgraded infotainment and voice, safety equipment, such as blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, active control lane, forward collision warning and automatic headlights. Automatic emergency braking and the adaptive cruise control is not available.
Cruze sedan is longer and wider than most compacts, with the shape of the wedge leading to back deck. It has the same grating as a Chevy Volt, Malibu, and Impala.
Although they share the same wheelbase, the hatch was eight inches shorter overall, all of the losses that came on the back of the back door. The curve of the roof back to spoiler over the glass back on the five-door hatch that is rather small.