Chevrolet Cruze Eco Review

If you are keen on the latest Chevrolet models, the Chevrolet Cruze Eco is the ideal car for you. With a turbocharged 1.4-liter engine, the Chevrolet has a large radio display for all your music and the OnStar Smartphone application with remote features. It is a better improvement from its predecessors the Cobalt with its smaller engine and better fuel ratings of 28mpg and 42mpg. The rims of the Chev are outstanding and its interior is designed to offer comfort and style with air conditioning and great colors.

High mileage and driving character are a plus for this latest Chevrolet which puts 138 horsepower with only 1.4 liters of displacement. With great exteriors and well-designed cabin, you can never go wrong with the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze Eco. It has great looking dashboards and door panels with matching colors of the seats. The seats are also soft and foamy giving you the ultimate comfort.

The Cruze comes in four trim levels; LS, LT. LTZ and Eco. The Eco is particularly amazing in its fuel economy ability due to its light weight and aerodynamics. It has a sealant kit in place of a spare tire and its body panels are thinner than other models. Because it uses lighter wheels and low rolling resistance tires, the Eco level of 2011 Chevrolet Cruze has better air flow and smoother underbody. Having an electronically operated metal shutter in the lower grille gives it greater aerodynamics.

Unfortunately, the Chevrolet Cruze Eco has a Bluetooth phone system that lacks advanced features and audio system giving poor music reproduction. Though it handles maneuvers and hill climbs with much ease, the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze Eco lacks onboard navigation due to its light cabin tech making it a less performer on city mileage due to traffic.