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Old 07-09-2008, 03:25 PM   #1
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Chevrolet Cruze will be the global name for an all-new sedan from the next generation of General Motors’ compact car family. It replaces the Chevy Cobalt in North America and the Daewoo-built Chevy Lacetti/Nubira in Europe.

GM will debut the four-door sedan concept at the 2008 Paris auto show in October. It will be the first look at vehicles from the new Global Compact Vehicle Architecture or Delta 2, which is a more global, lower-cost alternative to the current Delta platform underpinning the Cobalt and Pontiac G5.
The rollout begins in Europe, where the Cruze will begin production early in 2009 for sale in the spring as a 2010 model. North America must wait until a mid-2010 start of production at the Lordstown, Ohio, plant that makes the Cobalt and G5. It will be sold as a 2011 model in the U.S.

Hatches Expected Down the Road

While initial plans call only for a sedan, we fully expect hatchback versions to be added in Europe and find their way to North America. European media are reporting the Cruze will be sold simultaneously with the Lacetti sedan, five-door hatch, and wagon, for about 18 months before the older car is phased out. In the U.S., expect a similar scenario whereby the current Cobalt is offered as a 2009 model through June 2010, and is built alongside the 2011 Cruze in Lordstown until the Cobalt is phased out.

The Cruze was engineered at GM’s Russelsheim, Germany, development center, and was designed in Korea by GM Daewoo. The car will be assembled in plants around the world, including the U.S. and Mexico, various parts of Europe including Russia (GM is building a new plant in St. Petersburg), South Korea, and Brazil.

The five-passenger sedan is 180 inches long, continues to wear a bowtie, and slots between the subcompact Chevrolet Aveo and the mid-size Chevy Malibu in the lineup. The Cruze will be powered by GM’s new family of direct-injection, turbocharged four-cylinder engines, likely ranging in displacement from 1.4 liters to 2.0. The expectation is about 40 mpg, or better.

Beat May Go On in U.S.

With today’s high gasoline costs and a consumer groundswell toward smaller and more fuel-efficient vehicles, GM officials say they are taking a fresh and more serious look at offering the Chevy Beat subcompact to the U.S. lineup. While the Beat concept was developed to be a global vehicle—on GM’s new, high-volume Global Small Vehicle Architecture (Gamma) upon which the Chevy Aveo is also based—GM product chief Bob Lutz initially said it was unlikely the 137-inch-long Beat minicar would be offered in the U.S. But that was before oil prices caused a shift in buying patterns.

Public clamoring for small cars suggest the Cruze should have a ready market, and prove more successful than the last Cruze GM introduced. The name was last applied to a compact hatchback at the 2001 Tokyo auto show, where it was the first Japanese-built GM vehicle for the Japanese market in many years.
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Old 07-09-2008, 03:29 PM   #2
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General Motors has officially announced that it will produce the upcoming Chevrolet Cruze at its Lordstown, Ohio facility. The Cruze – which will replace the Chevrolet Cobalt – will make its worldwide debut at this October’s Paris Motor Show.

The Cruze will hit the European market in the spring of 2009, with U.S. production at the Lordstown plant — where the Cobalt is currently made — beginning in June 2010. Although the Cruze will replace the Cobalt, GM will produce both vehicles for a short time together.


GM has yet to release any specs on the all-new Cruze, but it is expected that the new compact will use GM’s new 1.4L turbocharged engine. Fuel mileage should at least equal that of the current Cobalt, with figures in the 40 mpg range likel
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Old 07-09-2008, 04:42 PM   #3
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40 mpg!? Too bad the Lordstown plant won't be producting them until mid 2010.
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Old 07-09-2008, 06:10 PM   #4
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IMO the cobalt is a very underrated car in that segment. I'm not sure what moving to an even cheaper platform will do to it...
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Old 07-09-2008, 06:12 PM   #5
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doesnt look too bad.
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Old 07-09-2008, 06:21 PM   #6
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the name is derived from cruise....
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Old 07-09-2008, 06:35 PM   #7
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40 mpg!?

Don't count on the car that we get in the US to get anywhere near 40mpg. That would only be from the 1.4L which would almost certainly be Euro/Asia-only.

Either way, this looks like a possibly great small car. Too bad it's gonna have to wait till 2011 or so to get here... that's a looooong time for a company bleeding money.
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Old 07-09-2008, 07:00 PM   #8
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But is a 1.4 liter direct inject turbo going to be that different than the normally asperated 1.6s that have been common in this class?

I would hope it comes over.
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GM has already hinted that it may bring its 1.4 here. Of the US auto makers GM is the one heading in the right direction!!

I for one (maybe one of a very few here) hope the US auto's continue to close the gap.
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Old 07-09-2008, 09:27 PM   #10
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I for one (maybe one of a very few here) hope the US auto's continue to close the gap.

Oh I do too! They are showing alot of improvement. I really hope they can keep doing it, because they will continue to be a cheap used buy even after they improve their quality.
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the name is derived from cruise....
.. and why can't they just stick w/one line. Seems like there's some new, lame-named model out every year.
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That is a great, modern looking interior! Wow. Who would have thunk it!
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IMO the cobalt is a very underrated car in that segment. I'm not sure what moving to an even cheaper platform will do to it...
I have to say that I don't agree at all. I actually went to look at a new Cobalt SS with the 2.0 turbo engine making 260hp because I was impressed with the numbers and the 5 year/100,000 warranty. After looking at the car in person and sitting in it, I did not even need to start it up and actually turned down the keys from the sales guy. There are huge and non-uniform body gaps all over the exterior of the car. Once I sat inside, there was not even a thought about owning the car. It felt so amazingly cheap and poorly made. The car still had the plastic on things and had never been driven, and the drivers seat rattled and squeaked with me and all of my 143lbs getting into it. I don't know how they could have used lower quality materials unless it was all done in cardboard...I have not looked at American cars in a while and never looked at a Chevy before, but I was still surprised at the crappy feel (IMO). I would be embarrassed to drive it. Then again, I'm older now (32). If I was 18 and just wanted some speed, it might not be that bad...
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Believe it or not, GM has the largest and one of the brightest engineering and design staffs in the Automotive world. They are so handcuffed though that we rarely see what they can truely do.

I remember talking to one of the leaders of a platform design team and he said one one the top 5 platform requirements was cost vs selling point. The overall development cost requirement was so low that they had very little room to do anything new.
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^^(SILVERSUBAAB) and that right there is why US car makers are constantly changing the names of their cars (especially the smaller ones) - because they know that the old names carry to much baggage.

Oh yea... 143 lbs? Geez, somebody give this guy a sammich!
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Is that an STi door card?
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wow, that interior is pretty awesome
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Is that an STi door card?
I didnt notice it until i read your comment, but holy crap a second look and I seriously believed that it was!
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if only they would keep it as a chevrolet only product... They can't resist making a Pontiac version of the same car as well... I'm sure they will just switch the badges on them and call it a day.
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Yea, the interior sorta reminds me of the STI interior due to the door cards. Doesn't look that bad though and it gets good MPG. GM doesn something right? We'll see - after a (large) number of those cars will most likely be recalled.
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I have to say that I don't agree at all. I actually went to look at a new Cobalt SS with the 2.0 turbo engine making 260hp because I was impressed with the numbers and the 5 year/100,000 warranty. After looking at the car in person and sitting in it, I did not even need to start it up and actually turned down the keys from the sales guy. There are huge and non-uniform body gaps all over the exterior of the car. Once I sat inside, there was not even a thought about owning the car. It felt so amazingly cheap and poorly made. The car still had the plastic on things and had never been driven, and the drivers seat rattled and squeaked with me and all of my 143lbs getting into it. I don't know how they could have used lower quality materials unless it was all done in cardboard...I have not looked at American cars in a while and never looked at a Chevy before, but I was still surprised at the crappy feel (IMO). I would be embarrassed to drive it. Then again, I'm older now (32). If I was 18 and just wanted some speed, it might not be that bad...
yeah, you pretty much summarized what is wrong with US automakers at the moment.
You either have to be on crack or 17 to buy their lower end cars.
Then, when you're ready for the higher end car you realize that for the same money you can have better non US car
Usually when I consider new or different car or am advising to friend or relative, US cars don't even get mentioned. Not worth bothering.
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The Cobalt SS with the 2.0l turbo already gets 30mpg highway.

They've been saying for a while that a smaller turbo motor with DI will replace the big NA units.

I actually felt the interior of the cobalt to be close to my Saabaru (apart from no leather). It is a generation behind, but one sit in a Malibu shows the future of Chevy interiors. It is far better than any Camry/Mazda/Nissan interior (I haven't been in the new Accord yet).

Jeremy Clarkson is starting to turn on the rep of Vauxhalls, it's time to actually look at the GM offerings over here with an unbiased eye.

Oh and to talk about interior quality, C&D was complaining about how the silver effect plastic in thier STi is showing signs of wear. That's in a car that's alot more $$ than a Cobalt.
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Yeah when GM wants to they can do a pretty nice interior even in their domestic line (new Malibu for example). Looks great to me!
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We've had our share of Daewoo-engineered cars in North America. There was the late-1980s Pontiac LeMans, the forgettable Suzuki Reno and Forenza, and Chevrolet’s uninspired Aveo econobox—all products of the Korean automaker. And don’t forget the actual Daewoo-badged cars that were sold here. Why give the Korean company another chance?

Unfazed by criticism of previous Daewoo-designed cars, GM gave the Koreans design leadership for the new Chevrolet Cruze compact car. A true world car to be sold around the globe, the Cruze will take the place of the Cobalt in Chevy’s U.S. lineup. Moreover, the Cruze is the first iteration of GM's Delta II platform, which will host a number of new, global vehicles, including the Chevrolet Orlando MPV, the next-gen Opel/Vauxhall Astra, and an upcoming Buick version of the Astra.

Heading to the Continent First for Its Shakedown Cruise

Europe gets the Cruze first; we’ll have to wait for another year. We drove the Cruze at the European launch in Spain on the Gulf of Biscay. It must be said that the Cruze is a relatively minor deal in the Old World, since GM generates big sales in this segment with the Opel/Vauxhall Astra, which is sold as a Saturn in America. In Europe, the Cruze merely replaces the Daewoo Lacetti and Nubira—two inexpensive and nondescript entries sold here as the Suzuki Reno and Forenza, respectively.

In the U.S., though, the Cruze plays a different role, and GM needs to get it right. To be built at the Lordstown, Ohio, plant, the new sedan is expected to become one of GM's major sellers over the next few years. The extra year on the Continent should allow GM to work out the kinks before making the car available in its most vital market.

The Cruze is also significant because Chevrolet claims it ushers in a new styling language for the brand. We have to wait to see what that means for future Chevys, but we can say that the Cruze definitely looks good from nearly every angle. The front end is aggressive and powerful, and the rear impresses with its wide stance and taillights similar in shape to those of the BMW 7-series and Lexus LS. Perhaps the least original aspect is the side view; we have seen this roofline and window opening on many cars, although rarely on such a compact model. On the road, the proportions seem just right. The Cruze manages to look masculine and cool, unlike most of its competitors, which, frankly, can be slightly embarrassing to be seen in.

No Diesels for the U.S., But Expect the Turbo Four to be Very Efficient

In Europe, the Cruze launches with two gasoline four-cylinders—a 1.6-liter that makes 111 hp and a 1.8-liter producing 139 hp—and a 148-hp, 2.0-liter turbo-diesel that likely will spawn a 123-hp variant in the future. A five-speed manual is standard on all engines, while the more-powerful gasoline mill can be ordered with an optional six-speed automatic. We’ll see the 1.8-liter gasoline engine here, as well as a 140-hp, turbocharged 1.4-liter gasoline four-cylinder—expected to return at least 40 mpg combined—that will debut as the car hits the North American market. And here’s hoping we’ll also be treated to a 260-hp SS version powered by the fire-breathing, turbocharged 2.0-liter Ecotec engine, although GM’s High-Performance Vehicle Operations have been put on hold.

Solidly Built and Drives Well

The Cruze is low on breakthrough technologies, but it is a thoroughly well-engineered car, with an ultra-strong structure and a low center of gravity. GM says 65 percent of its body and structure are made from high-strength steel. The fit and finish is improved over current GM small cars, as highlighted by the small gaps between the body panels, which require precise stamping and accurate assembly. On the road, the rigid body and the extensive sound dampening translate into less noise.

The Cruze handles well. When pushed, it stays on the safe side and moves into good-natured understeer until the ESP gently kicks in. The hydraulic power steering offers good feedback for an economy car, but despite fat tires and 16- or 17-inch wheels, it does not display any sporting aspirations.
Neither, for that matter, do the current gasoline engines, but the 1.6-liter works adequately for most occasions. And while we disliked its nonlinear throttle response, this inexpensive engine is a better choice than the 1.8-liter unit, which is not much quicker but sounds thrashy when pushed. The larger engine is also hampered by its optional six-speed autobox. While it works unobtrusively during normal driving and keeps the revs low on the freeway, it’s not up to spirited antics. It is painfully slow to respond, which manages to stifle any soul that the 1.8-liter may have.

It's a different story with the turbo-diesel. Coupled to the crisp five-speed manual, it is far more fun to drive than the gasoline-powered models. Up to 236 lb-ft of torque is on tap, plenty to dart through gaps in traffic, and top speed with the oil burner is 131 mph. But the engine is expensive and it’s also heavy enough that the car sacrifices some agility. What the Cruze needs is a turbocharged gasoline engine—luckily, one is one the way. Until the 1.4-liter turbocharged four arrives—and hopefully the 2.0-liter—the current powertrains will lag behind the capabilities of the chassis.

Unique Cabin Materials Lend Upscale Air

On long trips, the interior of the Cruze shines. There’s ample headroom despite a coupe-like roofline. Drivers and passengers enjoy extraordinary legroom, and the front seats can be pushed way back. The rear seats can be folded down, and trunk space is impressive at 15.9 cu ft. Less impressive is the fiddly and hard-to-reach lever to adjust the front seatbacks.

The overall feel of the Cruze’s cabin is far superior to that of the Reno/Lacetti and the Forenza/Nubira that it replaces. "We wanted to take that plastic feeling out," says GM Daewoo vice president of design Tae-Wan Kim. The upper part of the dashboard is finished in either cloth or a leather-type material, and a twin-cockpit theme tries to evoke classic Corvettes. Even the headliner is made of a rich-looking woven material not typically used in this segment.

Being a global car, the Cruze has to conform to both European and North American safety standards, which can be contradictory. Chevrolet promises high IIHS and Euro-NCAP crash ratings, and traction and stability control and ABS systems are standard, at least in Western Europe. The content for other markets has not been finalized, but we expect North America will get pretty much every available safety item.

Due Next Year

The Cruze will come to the U.S. next year first as a sedan, with production scheduled to begin at Lordstown in April 2010 as a 2011 model. The upcoming Chevrolet Orlando, built on the same platform, will serve the functional role of a Cruze station wagon when it launches in 2011. A five-door Cruze hatchback is also planned, but it’s not yet decided if that body style will come here. There is no word on U.S. pricing yet, but the Cruze is highly affordable in Europe. Its German starting price is about €1500 less than a comparably equipped Lacetti, which was already attractively priced to begin with.

Competition here in the U.S. includes the Ford Focus, Dodge Caliber, Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Nissan Sentra, and Volkswagen Jetta. Compared to these, the Cruze holds its ground very well. The ancient Ford Focus and the crude Dodge Caliber do not stand a chance against this Chevy. (Ford still plans to introduce the global third-generation Focus to the U.S. for 2011, however, which should put up more of a fight.) A Volkswagen Rabbit/Golf or Jetta might be more fun to drive, particularly with the dual-clutch transmission, but they will be more costly as well.

And the Toyota Corolla looks painfully generic next to the aggressively styled Cruze.

Ironically, now that the Daewoo brand name has disappeared everywhere except for its Korean home market, the company really begins to sparkle.
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interior looks light years ahead of other GM products.... exterior, meh.
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