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Chevrolet Cruze Enthusiasts Descend On Lordstown Plant For Event




It doesn’t matter what kind of car: there’s typically a community surrounding it. The
Chevrolet Cruze is no different.
Cruze Talk, a social media group for Cruze enthusiasts, recently proved the point during its fifth annual meet at the Lordstown, Ohio facility, which builds the compact sedan. Local news affiliate 33 WYTV reports owners from 16 states and Canada made the journey to the Lordstown plant for a celebration and tour of the facility.
“The Cruze, for some reason, attracts older people, younger people, middle-aged people, people through all walks of life, and they get together and they just click,” Andrei Pop, a member of the group, said.
The plant workers also appreciate the owners’ input.
“It’s just an amazing interaction. They’re probably more adept at knowing what the Cruze is all about than the average person so their feedback is very important to us,” UAW Local 112 President Glenn Johnson said.
The Cruze proved to be a success when it was introduced last decade, the right car at a time when the economy began to flounder and gas prices clipped $4 per gallon in many areas. The second-generation Cruze, despite being a well-rounded machine, has not found similar sales success. Low gas prices and a surging crossover market can take the blame.



Read more: Chevy Cruze Owners Descend On Lordstown | GM Authority
 

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Great article, thanks for sharing! One of these days...10 states and 2,400 miles...
 

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That's only 2.5 tanks of gas in the diesel. You got this!
Good point! Driving like grandpa I'll have to leave in January to get there in time.
 

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Did you all see the 33 WYTV News Video in the artice? Cruze Talk, also known as the TOP CRUZE Social media site.

Also that Interview with Andrei, watch out Hollywood!
 

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Speaking of distance, the article mentions people came from 16 states and Canada. Just curious if anyone knows the longest distance traveled by an attendee this year...where did they travel from and how far?
 

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That's awesome! Wish I could attend one but too far of a drive from Texas
We are also in the early stages of planning the 2018 'March to Mexico' in March. Very convenient from Texas, New Mexico and the Southern States. Join us!
 
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