Chevrolet Cruze : Symbol of Class
Pros : Stylish looks, excellent mileage and exceptional pick up
Cons : Low ground clearance
Hi all, I am Abhijeet from the heart of India, Delhi. I became the proud owner of Chevy Cruze LTZ AT on Diwali, last year. Prior to my purchase, I was confused which car to opt and what maintenance cost would it require. I crosschecked and test drove Honda Civic, Volkswagen Jetta and Skoda Laura, but I got fleet on Chevrolet Cruze on its very first drive, as I found it a value for money roadster in all prospects.
Friends, I posses the automatic transmission variant of Cruze, which is very genuine to handle and gives me immense pleasure while I drive it at high speed marks. Chevrolet Cruze has better sitting comfort than Honda Civic and Volkswagen Jetta, also I found it more capacious than its competing cars. Rear seats occupants can sit comfortably as the car is bestowed with sufficient headroom, legroom and shoulder space. The car runs like a F1 rally speed pullman at a gentle acceleration. In terms of maintenance too, Chevrolet Cruze is a wise choice as it avails free maintenance and warranty for a longer tenure than other competing sedans.
Moreover, in terms of mileage too, my Cruze is far ahead than Jetta, Laura and Civic. It gives mileage of 12 – 13 km/l in city and 15 – 17 kmpl on highways and I believe none of the other automatic transmission sedans in India would be capable to deliver such a tremendous mileage. The only problem I find with Cruze is its low ground clearance as the base of the car touches the ground while driving on bouncy tracks.