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acesinghit wrote:Cruze 1.8 = $220k
Corolla 1.8 = $262k
side impact airbags
Once you not involved in a side-impact crash the Cruze wins moreso for $42k less and generally more features, the Cruze is the better buy.
Jonas wrote:Does anyone know the current price for the Cruze??? o what package it have? i know for the new year there was some changes in the package offered esp with the flare kit??
acesinghit wrote:star any word on the arrival of the 1.6 cruze? Also would LSM get the hatchback versions?
I got some reviews from a 1.8 cruze owner yesterday and he is saying the fuel economy is a bit dissapointing as well as the power. I was wondering how those tiny 1.6 units would push such a heavy car. We should get the 1.4T instead, the increase in low end torque may help fuel economy alot and give the extra punch needed.
acesinghit wrote:with 400Nm available from as low as 2000rpm, those new 2.2 captiva's should be just as impressive performance wise like the santa fe, sorento and evoque. (for a diesel)
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