I have the Cruze without the 60/40 split rear seats. Is this available as an aftermarket add on? I'm kicking myself for not spending the extra $2K to get an LT with split...
This.Not an aftermarket thing unfortunately, and as far as know it's not an easy swap, your car would need to have the latches and releases in place for the 60/40 split to be functional.
Same people somehow deleted the armrest in the L trim.... The RPO code is probably "L0L" or "WTF"I'm guessing being able to fold the seats down, instead of them being fixed? I'm surprised that level of complexity was even introduced - I can't imagine the cost is that much lower to make up for it.
GM has to many trim levels, like we need anything below the already spartan LS package. Guess that's one way to hide the yearly price climb or make the starting price seem better than the competition. How about sell better equipped more reliable car? seems like most would pay extra for that.Same people somehow deleted the armrest in the L trim.... The RPO code is probably "L0L" or "WTF"
They did it again in the L/LS trims taking that same arm rest away with the spares. I had no clue they took the 60/40 with it.GM has to many trim levels, like we need anything below the already spartan LS package. Guess that's one way to hide the yearly price climb or make the starting price seem better than the competition. How about sell better equipped more reliable car? seems like most would pay extra for that.
I never understood the eco/manual cars not getting the arm rest either, Weight savings is one thing, convenience should never be placed second. My 2015 Sonic hatchback has no rear armrest like my 1LT Gen1 cruze did, I find I miss the option of throwing the change holder(GM smokers package ashtray) in the back or even just an extra drink for me or my passenger. Best part? it folds away when not being used.
2016 LS.I didn't know the Cruze came with out it.
What year and trim level do you have?
Right now the whole rear seat folds down, so the latches and brackets are in place. You have to release latches on both sides to get it to come down. The benefit is being able to have 1 or 2 rear passengers and still put long stuff in the trunk.What is the benefit here anyways?
gone are the old days where you could buy a cheaper car. swap motor and trans from big more expensive sibling easily over the weekend. Gm knows marketing and will lose lets say 504 on the seats by making parts for a non 60/40 but that will entice most to jump to lt... the small loss will be worth to push the lt. Heck here at work the cars e sell most are 1lt/2ltSeriously it will cost you almost as much as the upgrade from LS to LT which would have got you the split folding rear seat along with a ton of other standard features added as well as more available options. Think your gonna have to learn to live with it, no way it would be worth the cost of upgrade now.