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Hello!

I'm Chris and I live in Ohio. I'm a web developer. I just financed a 2017 Cruze LS with auto transmission (no additional features) for $15,709 (out-the-door). I feel like it was a good deal but I want to see just how good it was by comparing to others. Previously I had the 2014 Cruze as a lease which was due to end in 2 months. And before the 2014 I had a 2012 Cruze.

I've seen some other prices of what people has bought their Cruzes for but they've always been for a higher trim and/or additional features from mine.
 

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Welcome does not sound like you got a bad deal. I am on my 2nd Cruze first one a 2011 LS totaled in a wreck and now have a 2012 Eco. Another Ohioan there are a few of us here. What part of Ohio N-S-E-W? Any pics of the car yet?
 

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Welcome! If your old ones were the 1.8 I imagine the new 1.4 is a nice step up.

I went from a 12 1LT to a 16 Premier w/ all options. Definitely a step up, but you came in at almost $7k less than me! Are you planning to keep this one a while longer?
 

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If that's the out the door price including tax and everything all in, you got a great deal!
 

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Welcome to the Forum! Congrats on your new Cruze :bowing:
 

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You paid about 20% less than the rest of the U.S.A.! Was this a new Unit, how many miles. When you say 'Financed' did you mean to say lease. Was their any balance rolled over to the new purchase. Finally 'Out the Door' means different things to different people. If you paid $15,709 with Tax and all fees that would mean you got this CRUZE for about $14,000?


According to Edmunds:
2017 Chevrolet Cruze
LS 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6A)
Average Price Paid
$19,414
 

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Welcome! If your old ones were the 1.8 I imagine the new 1.4 is a nice step up.

I went from a 12 1LT to a 16 Premier w/ all options. Definitely a step up, but you came in at almost $7k less than me! Are you planning to keep this one a while longer?
Yes. I financed this time so I'll be keeping it for much longer.

I live in Cincinnati, OH and I can't post images yet as I don't have 3 posts yet.

And yes, this was a new car. The odometer was 14 when I drove it off the lot. I paid $2,500 down and the loan amount was $13,209.

Thanks guys.

I loved my '12 and '14. I test drove a Nissan Sentra and hated it. Ended up with another Cruze instead. Couldn't be happier.
 

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Welcome to the forum!

I bought my 2014 1LT 6-speed manual1.4T in March 2015. It sat on a dealer lot for 383 days, and it has no extra packages other than the $15 front license plate bracket. It had 254 miles on it from the dealer swap. Here's how my numbers worked out.

Finance.PNG
 

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I test drove a Nissan Sentra and hated it.
I have rented Nissans, a Versa sedan and a Versa Note. Both awful cars. Horrid CVT transmissions and unstable steering at highway speed. Dangerously underpowered and the rubber band CVT just aggrevated the power situation.
 
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