The 2013 Chevrolet Cruze may best live up to the promise that its former Saturn division never did: that an American car company could design and build small cars to rival Japanese competitors for both quality and value. Calling the Cruze a top pick in the compact sedan class is no exaggeration, especially in light of safety and infotainment improvements made for 2013.
While the exterior styling is conservative, it isn’t bland. Unlike more aggressive designs, which may be more effective at luring buyers into showrooms, we’d guess that the Cruze will still look good parked int the driveway long after the final payment is transferred.
The interior is a delight, and we’d say that the Cruze gives buyers one of the most stylish cabins in the segment. Chalk it up to quality materials and a contemporary design, but the Cruze delivers an up-market feel that belies its affordable price point. It’s roomy enough to comfortably accommodate four adults inside, though five...
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