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The information for the 2018 Cruze is up on the GM Fleet Order Guide, and it appears that the diesel will make its way to the hatch in a similar way as it did to the sedan, as its own trim level.

However, I noticed that the Diesel Hatch, at least per the order guide, will have the RS package (standard on the manual, optional on the automatic) - which will also include the Z-Link.

It does not appear that the sedan will have this option, though, for whatever reason.
 

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Good info to know!!
 
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I know a few people that would be interested in such a model combination.

I wish they'd open up the wheel/package choices. A Premier diesel would be pretty sweet.
 

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I know a few people that would be interested in such a model combination.

I wish they'd open up the wheel/package choices. A Premier diesel would be pretty sweet.
The 18s are standard on the manual diesel hatch.
 

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Has anyone read anything regarding when the 18 models will be available for order? (Both sedan and hatchback)
June 1st is when initial orders can be accepted.
 

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2018 Chevy Cruze Gets Diesel Hatch, New Color | GM Authority

GMAuthority seems to think that the Hatch Diesel will be rated at 52 mpg highway, regardless of transmission - but I'm not sure where they're getting that information, as it is not listed in the order guide, or anywhere I can find. Also, the gas hatch has lower fuel economy numbers than the more aerodynamic sedan, so this doesn't exactly make much sense (likewise with the EPA-rating gap between the manual and automatic diesel models).
 
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