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Considering the air is warm almost immediately, I would tend to think yes. My Gen 1 Diesel has it so I would assume Gen 2 has it as well. The Diesel engine takes longer to heat up and in general doesn't produce as much heat as a gasoline engine and therefore is a good candidate for electrical heating assist. My friend who has a gas Cruze commented on how the air gets warm so quick in my car.It's starting to get cold here in Canada and almost immediately after I start the car in the morning I get warm air. Does it have electric heating?