Has it been done yet? Is it possible? Oh, the fun that would be.
Would a LS4 even fit?Has it been done yet? Is it possible? Oh, the fun that would be.
Value of both cars is there if both found totalled in good drivetrain condition.No one has swapped a darn thing into one. Except those crazies in Thailand.
Someone needs to go ahead and do a 2.0T swap at the very least.
Nah, I would still drive the Cruze so I didn't flash that I have millions......until I press the gas pedal.If I won the lottery, a Cruze is the farthest car from my mind.
It should theoretically fit. The 1.5T and 2.0T are interchanged in the Malibu and Equinox, so I'd hazard to guess the room is there. The mounting looks identical for the 1.4T and 1.5T.I've thought about this more than once. I work at a Chevrolet dealer and considered swapping with the 2.0T from the malibu
Premier, and it's the brand thing. The Chevrolet shouldn't have the nicest things.I'm actually dumb founded that they didn't offer the Verano turbo engine in the 2nd gen Cruze Premium. What the **** is the difference between the chassis of a Verano and a Cruze (GM gurus chime in)? 250hp is great premium option over a pathetic 160hp. Geez!
No way. Although, the 2018 Traverse fits a 3.6 and a 2.0T, and the 2018 Equinox fits a 2.0T and a 1.5T, and the 1.5T and 1.4T looks like it should fit.Seems the 3.6 from the Impala would stand a much better chance of fitting yet still have loads of power.
Maybe the LF3 twin-turbo version. 420 horse and 430 lb.-ft. - YEE HA!