The new Chevrolet Cruze station Wagon will join the sedan and hatchback body versions of the Cruze. The new car is set to make world debut at the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show on March 2012. It slightly longer than the hatchback and sedan versions with 4,675 mm and load space ranges from 400 liters up to the window line in the rear to nearly 1,500 liters up to the roof top with the rear seats folded down.
The new Cruze station wagon offers an extra storage space, powerful and efficient engine choice as well as Chevrolet Mylink infotainment system. The new and enhanced engines will available on all of Cruze range, and in addition to the currently offered 1.6 liter and 1.8 liter gasoline engines, a new 1.4 liter turbo gasoline, a new 1.7 liter diesel and an enhanced diesel engine complete the engine offer. The 1.4L gasoline, 1.7L diesel and 2.0L diesel engines come with start-stop technology as standard. All engines are Euro 5-compliant.
The exterior design of the new Chevy Cruze station wagon features a tapering single arch roofline and comes with roof racks as standard, providing convenience while maintaining a poised and sporty look.
A number of exterior and interior styling changes are being introduced in 2012 for all Cruze models. These include a remodeled front fascia, modified head-lamp interiors and fog lamps, and new wheel styles on the exterior and refinements to the center console and a greater choice of seat finishes for the interior.
New Cruzes are equipped with keyless entry, allowing access the vehicle with the key safely tucked away in a bag or pocket. Additionally, the system allows the engine to be turned on or off by pressing a button without the need to insert the key into the ignition.
A brand-new Chevrolet infotainment system, called MyLink, is being introduced in higher trim levels in the Cruze line-up and in the Chevrolet Aveo as of summer 2012. It brings owners’ smartphone capabilities into the vehicle.