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GM Will Add Diesel Engines to More U.S. Models


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General Motors looks to be the only mainstream automaker right now who doesn't like Volkswagen taking basically all of the diesel car sales in the U.S.

Second-Generation 2015 Chevrolet Cruze Reveals its New Interior in China


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As you probably know, the Chevrolet Cruze has already received a second-generation model in China, where it is built locally by the Shanghai GM joint venture. Following the car’s debut at the Beijing Auto Show in April, where only the exterior was showcased, GM has now released the first interior photos.

U Spot the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze Laying Low Behind 2015 Cadillacs in Denver


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In spending too much time and paying too much attention to find any changes on the 2015 Cadillac ATS prototypes spied by Carscoops reader Patrick Harmon at a hotel near the Denver International Airport, I completely missed the gem hiding in plain sight right next to one of the coupes: an undisguised 2016 Chevrolet Cruze!

GM Invests $50 Million to Prepare Lordstown Plant for Next Cruze


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At last month's Beijing Auto Show, we took our first official look at the next generation Chevrolet Cruze, albeit in slightly altered Chinese-specification (that's the one pictured here), and today, we learn that GM will invest $50 million for the creation of a new trim shop and to upgrade the Press Room at the Lordstown Complex in Ohio in preparation for the North American version of the car.

GM Unveils New 2016 Chevrolet Cruze in Beijing [68 Photos]


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The big news for Shanghai GM, General Motors' joint-venture with China's SAIC Motors, at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show that just kicked off today, is the world premiere of the new generation Chevrolet Cruze.

Fresh Photos and Info on All-New 2016 Chevrolet Cruze for China


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Here are some new images of GM's next generation 2016 Chevrolet Cruze with a regional twist; it's the China market specification model and it will debut alongside the facelifted version of the current Cruze at the Beijing Auto Show on April 20, that we told you about in our previous post.

China's 2015 Chevrolet Cruze Gets a Different Facelift than North American Model


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In a few hours from now, Chevrolet will debut the updated North American version of its Cruze sedan at the New York Auto Show. A few thousand miles across the North Pacific Ocean, Chevy is preparing to do the same to the Chinese market-specification Cruze, albeit with a different makeover (not to be confused with the next-gen model).

2015 Chevrolet Cruze Mildly Facelifted for New York Auto Show [w/Videos]


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GM's Chevrolet Cruze sedan has received one final round of cosmetic and tech updates before it gives way to an all-new generation model in North America within the next 18-24 months. The facelifted 2015 Cruze will debut at the New York International Auto Show on April 16.

New Corvette C7 Variant, Updated Cruze and New Small Chevrolet Car to Debut in New York


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We just received word that General Motors plans to host three world premieres at the forthcoming New York Auto Show on April 16, including a brand new variant of the Corvette C7 (not shown in these photos), "an important new addition" to the brand's small vehicle lineup and an updated/refreshed (these were the precise words used) version of the Cruze.

GM Continues Recalls with 172,000 Cruzes and 490,000 SUVs and Pickups


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Following the stop-sale announcement issued last week, GM announced a recall for certain 2013 and 2014 Chevrolet Cruze models for possible axle fractures. On the approximately 172,000 models involved in the recall, all equipped with the 1.4-liter turbocharged gasoline engine, the right front axle half shaft can fracture without warning during normal driving.

2015 Chevrolet Cruze Spied Undisguised in China, Said to Debut at Beijing Show


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The second-generation 2015 Chevrolet Cruze sedan has been caught on camera without any camouflage on a factory parking lot in Shanghai, China. The new Chevrolet Cruze is said to debut at the upcoming 2014 Beijing Auto Show in April and launch in China in the second half of this year.

GM Stops Sales of Chevrolet Cruze 1.4 Turbo Models without Explaining Why


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General Motors announced on Friday that it had instructed its dealers to stop selling certain Chevrolet Cruze compact cars for an undisclosed issue. The affected cars are 2013 and 2014 Cruze models equipped with a 1.4-liter turbocharged gasoline engine.

Spied: Next Chevrolet Cruze Flaunts its Production Ready Lights


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With GM's global team of engineers having one more additional year in their disposal for the development of the next-gen Chevrolet Cruze after the automaker reportedly pushed back its launch to late 2015 instead of this fall, prototypes of the car continue to be covered.

Chevrolet Taking a Host of Customized Concepts to SEMA Show


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Chevrolet plans to display a little bit of everything at this year's edition of the SEMA Show held in Las Vegas from November 5 to 8, and even though in this latest release there's no mention of the facelifted Camaro and the brand new Corvette, we're pretty certain that the bow tie brand will bring several customized samples of its halo sports cars to The Strip.

Spied: New and Sharper Looking Chevrolet Cruze Filmed on the Move


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Prototypes of Chevrolet's next global compact model, the 2015 Cruze sedan, which will eventually spawn a five-door hatchback and a roomier estate version as well, are making their presence felt on public roads and tracks, to the delight of spy photo- and video-graphers.

Scoop: We Uncover the 2015 Chevrolet Cruze's Interior


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If we had to use one word to describe the next generation of the Chevrolet Cruze based on what we know and have seen up until now, we would go for more 'character' – okay, that's two words, but you get what we mean.

We already established this about the compact model's sharper exterior through spy shots and from Carscoops' rendering of what we think the final product will look like, and now we can say something along the same lines about the interior, thanks to these revealing scoops.

Chevy Cruze and VW Jetta Diesel Models' Driving Range Claims are Put to the Test


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The main incentive towards buying a diesel-burning car is to reap the efficiency benefits it brings along (not this one, though). Moreover, there’s the advantage of excellent low- and mid-range pulling power, and the newfound silent running characteristics of the latest-generation units, two of which are found under the bonnets of the Chevy Cruze 2.0TD and Volkswagen Jetta TDI.

Consumer Reports Recommends Chevrolet Cruze Turbo Diesel for Long Highway Commutes


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The Chevrolet Cruze is a distinctly average car – it can’t be called bad in any area, but nor does it really excel at anything… Also, with some of the petrol engines it comes with in Europe, particularly the 1.8-liter unit which I had a chance to drive, it should be called the “Thrash”, as it would be far more suitable.

However, now US buyers can buy a Cruze worthy of its name, one equipped with a modern two-liter diesel engine which, according to Consumer Reports, is an excellent highway companion, but less pleasant in town.

Chevrolet to Bring Spark Bubble Edition, Plus New Model Year Versions to Frankfurt Show


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Chevrolet will reveal the Spark Bubble edition at the Frankfurt Motor Show, as well as new features available for most of its model range.

Beginning with the Spark Bubble, it has a sportier looking bumper, side rocker moldings, 15-inch white painted alloy wheels and white or pink Bubble decals on the front fenders.

GM Delays New Chevrolet Cruze Launch By a Year for 2015


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Originally, General Motors planned to debut the all-new generation of its successful Chevrolet Cruze in late 2014 as a 2015MY (model year), but now we learn from a Reuters report that the launch has been delayed by a year and will take place instead in December of 2015, with the compact car likely to wear a 2016MY designation.