Would going from
Factory Cruze 16" steels which have an overall diameter of 664mm
Factory Sonic 15" alloys which have an overall diameter of 634mm
cause me any real problems? I'd have the smaller tires on for 30k miles or so.
The 1.4T powers both the Eco and other versions of the Cruze. How can the Eco get away with the substantially smaller grille opening than on other versions of the Cruze? Is the Eco more likely to overheat in high ambient temperatures while under high load?
Chevy is talking about reducing the power of the European Cruze Diesel by either going with a SOHC 2.0 liter or a 1.4 liter engine. Would you still consider purchasing an early model with a different engine than the one that is already in the European version?