2014 Cruze Diesel, 2007 Cobalt, 1981 Camaro Z28, 2017 Volt
LOL, that's so pathetic it's funny!I configured one, and submitted it to three local dealers. The one that actually called me wanted to convince me to buy a gas Cruze RIGHT NOW...LIKE DRIVE OVER TO MY OFFICE AND BUY ONE NOW. I told him he'd not be able to convince me to buy a gas car...and then he asked if I currently drive a diesel car...wth. :/
I think the Leather Package is to hold people over until the diesel Premiers come out for 2018. At least I hope so.Somewhat weird packaging of options compared to the gas models.
Driver confidence is part of sun/sound, but at least you can get that on a LT. I imagine some people would like to have one and not the other. No RS package. And the odd "leather package" on a LT that isn't available unless you step up to Premier on the gas models.
I'd imagine it makes life difficult for salesmen, especially when their dealership may sell 1-2 Cruze Diesels per year.
There was definitely supposed to be, for 2018...It's likely leather package on the LT because there won't be a premier diesel. I covered this in depth a while ago. Let me get a link.
We have hybrid buses that do it, and lots of Euro diesel cars do it. Shrug. Seems like it'd be harder to light off again than the gassers.Again, the thing that worries me here is the stop start on the diesel, I noticed that in the instrument cluster. For gas it may be ok, but idk about the diesel.
Hardly speculative when someone within the company has disclosed the information.Paul Hewitt, a product manager with GM Canada, confirmed the transmission options to GMI earlier today during a media event hosted at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, in Bowmanville, Ontario.
Hewitt told us that in addition to both transmission options, the Cruze diesel will be made available in both bodystyles, across all trim levels–except on the top shelf Premier trim, which will remain exclusively automatic.