Hi Everyone, I am a new member and have been doing a lot of research on diesels in general. From looking at volkswagen(bad word) jetta, passats, and golfs. After doing a ton of research and reading a lot of horror stories with the vw tdi's as far as icing up intercoolers-causing hydro locking of the engine, issues with gelling of the fuel and issues with the high pressue fuel pump to top it off. I started to look at the chevy cruz diesel, and wanted to know if those same issues i listed with vw's are the same with the chevy cruze? I currently live in Ohio, so my winters are long and brutal. I currently drive an 09 outback with 130,000, the car is very reliable, but having to deal with blown head gaskets, failed cat, broken rod due to a failed cam seal i am basically done with this car. However, I do a lot of driving where i am doing 80 miles a day round trip for work, which equals 400 miles a week and 1600 a month on my car. So, that is why i am loooking into diesels, but i wanted to know if the chevy cruz is a very reliable car that doesn't seem to have the same issues as vw does? Thanks for all of your inputs and i look forward to learning as much as i can about the chevy cruz diesel.