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I just picked up a Cruze Eco with a manual transmission on Monday, and was disappointed to see that the trunk floor was not flat. Does anyone know if there is an insert available that would make the floor flat?
 

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Wow... wish I would have though of that. robert, you're a genius.

Okay, now if someone would be interested in a posting a serious response to my question, it would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Robert,
Yes, my first step was a google search, and I actually came across the article you linked to. Now, if you could point out in that article where it states the part number for the floor panel, that would be great.

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Robert,
Yes, my first step was a google search, and I actually came across the article you linked to. Now, if you could point out in that article where it states the part number for the floor panel, that would be great.

Thanks
Want to drop your car at their house and have them drive it for you as well?
 

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Want to drop your car at their house and have them drive it for you as well?
Apparently you didn't sense my sarcasm. The part number for the floor panel is not listed via the link robert provided. I've done a fair amount of searching on the web with no luck.
 

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I'm new here. Just bought an Eco. Googled Eco trunk in hopes of finding out if there might be a cover for the dropped section of the trunk. robertbick, you say, "Ever do a Google search?" I Googled for quite a while before stumbling into this discussion. Your link helped quite a lot - I hadn't come across it 'til now.

oolowrideoo, If you do finally find a viable answer on where a cover might be found, please post it here. I'll do the same.

It's always interesting going to these forums. In this one, like most, it's necessary to wade through the sarcasm and motherhood-and-apple-pie answers to ultimately find viable content. Why is that?
 

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It's always interesting going to these forums. In this one, like most, it's necessary to wade through the sarcasm and motherhood-and-apple-pie answers to ultimately find viable content. Why is that?
I think it's nearly impossible to write in a casual type setting without personalities drifting through. There is a LOT of great info in this forum, and the personalities add character. I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing. It's certainly not boring! But I have a sarcastic sense of humour and appreciate sarcasm so I'm not one to complain anyway.

Regardless, what Eco do you have? AT, MT, any added options? I have an Eco on order, TBD on the 25th. I like to hear about other people's Eco's :)
 

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Sorry for any ruffled feathers. One expects to find Car Enthusiasts at sites like this, especially those enthusiastic enough to do a little basic research.

The Part Number you are looking for is GM P/N 95975191. I got it by going to gmpartsdirect.com, and clicking on the Catalog link, and drilling down from there. I recommend you verify the part number before ordering.

In the diagram, it is Part #8, which is in place of Part #9 (Which you have). In fact, anybody who opted for an inflation kit versus the spare, will have this same floor panel. Item #10 in the drawing will also come in handy, but there is not a price in their system yet. As an aside, is item #11, from the drawing, not included in the ECO?

 

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Part number 11 is not included with the eco. I just picked my eco up today. I'm hoping to buy #11 and keep my car cleaning supplies underneath.
 

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Part number 11 is not included with the eco. I just picked my eco up today. I'm hoping to buy #11 and keep my car cleaning supplies underneath.
That's an EXCELLENT idea! Mine tend to roll all over the trunk.
 

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I think it's nearly impossible to write in a casual type setting without personalities drifting through. There is a LOT of great info in this forum, and the personalities add character. I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing. It's certainly not boring! But I have a sarcastic sense of humour and appreciate sarcasm so I'm not one to complain anyway.

Regardless, what Eco do you have? AT, MT, any added options? I have an Eco on order, TBD on the 25th. I like to hear about other people's Eco's :)
I have the MT with the "Connectivity plus cruise package"... So far I love it (besides the big hole in my trunk).
 

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I wouldn't have an issue with a hole in the trunk like that... more storage area for stuff. I would have an issue with a big lump in the trunk.
 

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Interesting. It seems they thought of it as an enhancment to create a well where the tire would be instead of a flat/flush floor.
It probably is for some, and for others an annoyance. Different strokes for different folks. :D
 

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Sorry for any ruffled feathers. One expects to find Car Enthusiasts at sites like this, especially those enthusiastic enough to do a little basic research.

The Part Number you are looking for is GM P/N 95975191. I got it by going to gmpartsdirect.com, and clicking on the Catalog link, and drilling down from there. I recommend you verify the part number before ordering.

In the diagram, it is Part #8, which is in place of Part #9 (Which you have). In fact, anybody who opted for an inflation kit versus the spare, will have this same floor panel. Item #10 in the drawing will also come in handy, but there is not a price in their system yet. As an aside, is item #11, from the drawing, not included in the ECO?

You got it... I'm looking for the P/N for #11.
 

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Follow my instructions for gmpartsdirect, and you can click on #11 and then add it to your cart. Go to the cart for the part number. You can order from there, or your dealer, whichever you prefer.
 

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Follow my instructions for gmpartdirect, and you can click on #11 and then add it to you cart. Go to the cart for the part number. You can order from there, or your dealer, whichever you prefer.
I tried that yesterday... It lists no part number, and no option to add to cart for part 11.
 
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