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Hello about a month ago I bought a 2015 Chevy Cruze ltz 1.4l turbo. I absolutely love this car. It drives great and is even great in bad weather. So my car has about 21k miles as of now. I'm curious how long do you think this car will last before needing serious repairs. 200k miles? 300k? 1 million? I've been searching the internet, but not much information is available. I've seen some eco's with 200k plus miles from earlier models. So I'm guessing this newer model will preform better. Right now, however, when approaching a stop sign or red light right before stopping I'm guessing while it shifts down to 1st(automatic) it jerks me forward a little bit. Other cars I have rode in never did this. This problem however seemed to has went down quite a bit after I started using 93 octane gas from shell(top tier gas which is recommended in owners manual) I used to use 87 regular from whatever gas station down the street. Another issue its not a big deal, but driving at higher speeds like 65mph. The steering wheel seems a little stuck. So when I make small corrections to stay straight it is a bit difficult compaired to other cars. Has anyone experienced this? Well that's all for now. I'm really curious though how many miles yall think this baby will make before its time to move on. This is my first nice car so I want to make sure I take care of it. Looking to keep it for 15 years. I'm only 25.
 

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I check my oil every morning and night. I have amsoil sig series laying next to my bed.. I even have a reminder app on my phone also next to my bed. lol I like to eat breakfast cereal reading the amsoil bottle and owners manual extreme?
 

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as far as downshift response. Is using top tier gas rated 93 octane better for the car? I'm tryin to take care of it. Is using 93 octane better for the cars engine in the longrun? I know top tier gas is, but octane rating?
 
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