It's looks great and everything but I still think they should have focused more on bringing out a new Cruze wagon.
Here's an alternate angle of another cruze wagon. The amount of space inside these cars is insane, they're like squashed SUVs. Except they handle well because they have a low center of gravity, and they're super efficient. I'd love to have been able to buy this.Looks like someone attached a chevy front on a BMW 328xi wagon rear... I like the rear!!!
Here's an alternate angle of another cruze wagon. The amount of space inside these cars is insane, they're like squashed SUVs. Except they handle well because they have a low center of gravity, and they're super efficient. I'd love to have been able to buy this.
I like them all. I love Holden. Without them we wouldn't have half of the great GM cars we currently have. Thanks Australia! I actually love Australia too, I spent 3 weeks traveling the eastcoast there in 2007.Do you like any of these?
With all honesty and consideration of the peoples of Mexico ..I've never been a fan of hatchbacks, though this one isn't bad looking. The Hatchback cruze will be built in Mexico, not Lordstown,Ohio. For me this is a deal breaker.
I would not buy a crew cab silverado either(I would buy a crew cab Colorado since its built in Missouri). I like to support american jobs and will not buy any car manufactured in another country. Is there a discount to buying the car since it obviously cost them less to build? Nope they charge MORE!!!! GM put food my my table growing up and currently employs many of my relatives. Supporting GM's move to mexico may eventually lead to the Lordstown plant closure and all production moving to mexico.The various trucks coming out of GM Mexico have not shown any deficiencies over the years.
Mexico, unlike China, has been a good trade partner to the U.S., the same as our friends to the North in Canada.
Correct but even so I speak with my money. I will no buy any of GM new Buick models built in China and have seen the trend is for all manufactures to increase building cars outside america to increase profits. Remember the cruze is a cheap car and one of the only in its class to be made in the USA. Only way to keep profitable and compete on price is to lower production cost.... move to mexico.It is a Global Game now SpacedOut.