The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze to re-shape the economy sedan market

The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze is trying to re-shape the economy sedan market. Having been dubbed the “Civic-Killer”, the Cruze provides attractive exterior and interior features, with the fuel economy of a hybrid. Tops in its class, the Cruze LS gives you an EPA estimated 26-mpg city/36-mpg highway. It outperforms the Civic, Corolla, Focus, and Elantra in not only fuel economy, but also in safety features. The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze has 10 standard airbags where its competition all has 6. Also standard for 6 months is OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation. With its 1.4L Turbocharged Gas I4 engine, the Cruze gives you the same amount of horsepower compared to a similarly equipped Civic, Corolla, or focus, but uses less RPM’s to get you there, which in turn means less emissions and a cleaner running vehicle. With its 5 year/100,000 mile powertrain warranty, the 2011 Cruze is the Titan when it comes to warranty coverage. Couple that in with its 5 year/100,000 mile roadside assistance program and you will not find a better value for your money. If you find yourself driving through Detroit and you feel the lure of the Cruze, stop by Les Stanford Chevrolet Cadillac and find out for yourself how easy it is to get hooked on this vehicle.

Looking at the new body design, it is clear to see that Chevrolet has been keeping a keen eye on the ever changing economy sedan market, allowing it to now become a bigger player with the new 2011 Cruze. So, with affordability, comfort, and luxury being key trigger points for customers to make a decision, doesn’t it seem prudent to choose a vehicle that has all three? You might as well take a cruise, in a Cruze.