Hi folks, i'm new here (just joined today) & i have 2012 Cruze Eco i bought just 20 December. About a month or so ago i found the low coolant problem with my car. But i found it because when i parked at the store & shut the car off i noticed steam that appeared to be coming from under the hood. i popped the hood very carefully & the steam quickly dissipated but i could NOT peg a precise source location. The coolant level in the overflow reservoir was definitely down some. Temp gauge was still in normal range, no idiot lights or anything. Got what i needed & headed home. Checked the manual for cooling system info & at least found out i needed special coolant so i'm glad i checked it & decided to get some so i could mix it & top it off the next day when the engine was cold. Did so & the level seems to have held up so far, no more steam incidents. i'll have to set up a log-in on the GM site so i can check for recalls, &c. i got a free carfax from the place i bought the car & it looked liked it had been serviced regularly & the carfax said there were not outstanding recalls on it. Who knows? Anyway it sounds like this is a pretty common, maybe even prevalent problem with these cars. If so, i sure hope GM figures it out. i have no dealer warranty so i don't want to go to a dealer just to have them top up my coolant. i've never seen coolant on the ground by the car or inside the car (though i get a coolant-like smell sometimes when the heater is on--i read the intro stuff & the info on that was pretty depressing). i had coolant dissipate in my 2 VW TDIs but only ever very slowly & VW said that it would 'consuume' coolant over tine. i never had to top them up much. This took a fair amount of coolant-water mixture. If there's an explanation and/or better yet a fix identified, hopefully we'll hear something from GM or maybe someone here will figure it out & post the info.