Almost every single manufacturer is trying to reduce the fuel consumption and the CO2 emission of their cars and Chevrolet is not an exception. The all-new Cruze will make its U.S. premiere at the 2009 LA Auto Show. Besides Cruze, other vehicles, which will be on display are Volt, Camaro, Equinox and much more hot-selling Chevrolet cars.

"With expected highway fuel economy up to 40 miles per gallon, Cruze will be extremely gas friendly while the Volt electric vehicle can be operated gas-free," said Brent Dewar, vice president, Chevrolet. "Chevrolet's focus is on forward-looking technologies to the benefit of our customers, such as the highly efficient, small-displacement turbocharged engine in the Cruze or the Volt electric vehicle with extended range." The Cruze is extremely appreciated in Europe and Asia. The car will go on sale in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2010. Cruze is on of the most globally tested Chevrolet products across the world. The model has already more than 4 million miles in quality and durability testing.

Chevrolet Cruze is designed to achieve class-leading highway fuel economy. It features 1.4 liter turbo engine, which can go up to 40mpg highway. Finally, the American cars will use small-displacement, turbocharged engines instead of the massive V6s and V8s.

The equipment of Cruze is at very high level, the compact car offers spacious interior and big cargo capacity. It features navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity and XM Satellite Radio. The ten standard air bags along with OnStar make it one the safest cars in the segment.

Chevrolet Cruze is the right way of doing things, good quality at descent price.

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