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Would it be possible to get the production numbers for the 2014 cruze? I'm specifically curious about breaking down trim and transmission options.
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I almost came last year but having a baby and moving make things very hectic, we'll see about trying it for 2016.
So it sounds like there is no telling just how many other 2014 2lt standard shift cruzes there are? :( sad times.
 

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I'm sure GM knows how many were made, but getting that information would be nearly impossible. My guess is not too many since the 2015 and later didn't have a manual option for the 2LT.
 

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I'm sure GM knows how many were made, but getting that information would be nearly impossible. My guess is not too many since the 2015 and later didn't have a manual option for the 2LT.
Ditto. It was a real struggle to get a color popularity breakdown, and even that was just a ranking with no data to back it up. Info like this would be available for sure if this was a Corvette, so I guess we just aren't special enough.
 

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About ten years ago I had access to a webpage that allowed you to enter your VIN and it would generate your colour, RPO and SEO content. It would also list any other VINs with the same production content.

For my 1988 9C1 it was one of only two built in that configuration. Seems to me about 200 or so of my 1996 WX3.

Wish I could find that website again. But it was on a web browser before Firefox. And I can't even remember what computer I was using.
 

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compnine.com was a great site about 8-10 years ago. It broke down every RPO code in the glove box, told you what they all where, and gave you a percentage of cars that were equipped like your vin. They were shutdown for several years, as back in the day this was totally free.

I'm thinking maybe they didn't have complete approval for the data bases they were using. Now I think they are back online, but you have to pay to play.

I used to use this when working on the Oldsmobiles. If I had the complete VIN number of a car in the U-Pull Yard, I could tell a lot about the interior options before running down there to pull parts. I tried several GM cars that I owned back then and the information was correct.

Good luck-
 
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