Oct 19, 2016 : The Cruze sedan from the house of Chevrolet hasn’t seen the success that the company anticipated on Indian soil. It is powered by a brilliant engine under its stunning-looking exterior, but because of the below-average resale value and ordinary after-sales service, it has failed to make its mark in the D-segment sedans category. In 2015, Chevrolet launched the new-gen Cruze in the US market with a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine. While it is slated to receive a diesel mill in the US early next year, Chevrolet will also replace the Cruze currently on sale in India with its new avatar
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Call them D-segment saloons or executive sedans, there have been plenty of options here to choose from for the Indian car buyer who has arrived in life. But an old name has made a re-entry in this segment in a brand new guise and threatens to upset the order. So we pit the new Hyundai Elantra against the Volkswagen Jetta, Skoda Laura, Toyota Corolla Altis, Chevrolet Cruze and the Renault Fluence
Hyundai's new Elantra is a feature rich and extremely good looking machine. Coupled with an aggressive pricing strategy, Hyundai is looking at dominating the segment; however it is bound to be a fight!
Here's a quick comparison between the specifications of the old Cruze and the updated Cruze to get an idea of what has changed