Chevy Announces 2015 Cruze Pricing
With so much attention on the all-new Colorado as of late, it’s easy to forget about Chevy’s other offerings. But we hope you haven’t forgotten about the little ol’ Cruze. After all, Chevy’s compact sedan is a fairly big hit with drivers, and has been around since 2008, when it replaced the outgoing (and rather popular) Cobalt. Now, Chevy is announcing 2015 Cruze pricing to coincide with the sedan’s release.
The 2015 Cruze comes with a starting MSRP of $18,570, which includes the automaker’s $850 destination charge. That means the base price is up $225 over the 2014 model—not too bad, considering the 2015 Cruze has been the recipient of a slight makeover based on the popular Impala and Malibu. For that price, you’ll get a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission, 10 airbags, Bluetooth connectivity, and an OnStar subscription for the first six months (plus many other standard features).
For $20,920, you can get your hands on a Cruze Eco, which adds up to $160 more than its predecessor. And for those who prefer to drive a diesel car, the 2015 Cruze Diesel has a starting MSRP of $26,485. Plus, you know, all the money you’ll save on gas over the years.
The 2015 Chevy Cruze is available now at dealerships across the country.
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