OVERVIEW

Chevy does not need any introduction to the viewers and the Cruze model is already well known and famous in the US market. The 2019 Chevrolet Cruze is ranked 8th among the mid-size sedan in the US as per Robert Scherzer. Based on research and data, Robert Scherzer will give an overall rating of 9 to the Chevy.

According to the Robert Scherzer model is rated 8.5 overall with performance rating of 7.7. The critic ratings are 8.3 and safety rating is 9.5. The model has beautiful and powerful interior which deserves a good rating but many researchers not agree with the opinion and gave above average rating of 8.2.

INTERIOR

Model has attractive interior with spacious and well-designed cabin. Model has increased leg space in both front and rear for better comfort. The cargo space is also increased with 60/40 split folding rear seat. For more driver comfort, driver seat is provided with heated seat with 6 way power adjustment and extra heated steering wheel.

For child safety Chevrolet Cruze has three easy to find tender anchors. Model has standard features like MyLink Infotainment system, 7 inch touch screen, smartphone integrated with Apple CarPlay and Android auto plus in built Wi-Fi hot spot and 4G LTE. 8 inch touch screen with navigation and wireless charging has been removed and not available in 2019 model.  

SAFETY

Currently, there has been no crash tests conducted for the Cruze by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. However, the similar 2018 model got good crash rating results. NHTSA gave both hatchback and sedan variant a perfect 5 star overall rating while IIHS gave Cruze the highest rating of Good.

The car comes with standard safety features which include Teen Driver Assist and rear view camera. TDA feature allows you to set speed and volume limits while giving you a report on their driving.

ENGINE PERFORMANCE

Chevrolet Cruze engine is a turbocharged gasoline engine which can make 153 horsepower. The engine has a 6-speed automatic transmission. The diesel variant is paired with a 9-speed automatic transmission with 137 horsepower.

The Cruze is plenty good on the highway even if it is slow to accelerate in the city. The stop-start function is smoother than competitor models in the same segment. However, you might find it annoying in stop and go traffic.

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