The all weather Cruze-specific mats look fine. They are contoured to fit the interior and whaddya know - they match ! Well, provided your interior is black lol.
Sounds like the Lordstown folks are up to their old tricks. That was a fairly common issue "back in the day" before they shut the plant down.Things like loose screws, mis-aligned wiring, and a rattle in the driver's door, which turned out to be a bolt rolling around in the bottom.
The carpet mat on my '06 Mazda 3 wore through just as fast in the heel area. I put Weathertech mats in my Eco before the carpet mat had a chance to wear through. Overall I am very pleased with the quality of the Cruze. Specifically the controls have a nicer feel to them and the clutch pedal is easier and smoother to use.I agree about the carpet mats. They are really cheesy material. I am also almost worn through by the heal area. I don't know if this may be covered under warranty. I only have 5600 miles on the car.
Well, most of the European cars here retail for a lot more than the Cruze. There are a lot of cheapo European cars that aren't sold here.the car retails for under $20k
you can't expect euro quality... for what it is, it's quite good
for GM its stellar... have a sit in the sonic or the Nissan Versa/Sentras etc.