That makes me feel a little bit better Brando, I was just worried since I had some issues with the dealership I'm working with. My concern was that the turbo charger I replaces was not functioning properly.
I managed to find an older photo to compare to the current situation. The first photo is roughly a year ago and the current one was from today at nearly identical speeds. The second was taken after work was done on the car.My 2012 ECO MT runs right around 2300 RPM at 70 MPH. BrandoFisher's LT is running at 2500 RPM - automatic and same model year. Knowing the final drive ratio was increased from 2011 to 2012 OP's 2700 RPM sounds about right.
I guess what I am saying is I was probably worried about nothing haha. It's just when you have a bad experience with car repair then you start to question things. Last year the car ran at 2,600 rpm and now it's at 2,800 so it's definitely close to where it was. I honestly don't know much about cars to be honest, so one of the main reasons I joined this forum was to get a better understanding and learn more about my Chevy Cruze.Not sure what your photo is showing, looks like the car is running with 100RPM of previously, no? RPM looks correct for a 2011 gearing.