Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback 2012Posted on Friday, July 29th, 2011 in CHEVROLET.
Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback will be present in full force in the European compact segment. The hatchback Chevrolet Cruze will offer customers the style and versatility of a five-door car. In the task of creating a five-door saloon based on the Cruze, Chevrolet engineering and design team must consider that the customer base to market a compact five-door is very heterogeneous. The result is a car with a good comparison of major competitions in Europe.
Chevrolet design boldly expressive style combines the passenger cabin and more interior space leading to the line-up of efficient petrol and diesel options. In security Cruze gives a comprehensive safety standard equipment with all models.
The exterior is every bit as dynamic Cruze sporty hatchback. While an interesting character lines and design cues of four door locks, five-door has a typical, fast back silhouette. Harmonious proportions and aerodynamic improvements to charm the eye and convey the sporty, stability and sense of speed.
Machinery for the compact hatchback segment is the engine line-up for the Chevrolet Cruze hatchback delivers on both the number and incorporate the latest improvements made as part of an additional 2011 model year engines. Including a new intake manifold and variable changes in transmission, higher power output, as well as reduced CO2 emissions and fuel consumption is lower. Three engines will be offered in the near future – two gasoline engines diesel units. Beginning in early 2012, 1.7 liter diesel engine will be available on the Cruze. All four-cylinder engine unit, with common features including a double overhead camshaft, 16 valve fuel injection and both multi-point, or in the case of diesel engines, common rail technology. While the 1.6-liter petrol engine fitted as standard with a base (LS) and mid-level (LT) model, 1.8-liter gasoline engine with a standard variants.Only LTZ LT and LTZ variant of the Cruze hatchback will be equipped with a 2.0-liter turbo diesel.
Six-speed automatic transmissions and five-speed manual transmission coupled with the Cruze gasoline engines have needle bearings for all meshing gear teeth which ensures low friction. Synchronisers triple cone for first and second gear shift operation enables smooth and easy. On-axis design Hydra-Matic transmission six-speed automatic allows for more compact packaging and performance improved crumple zones. 2.0-liter turbo-diesel engine will be mated with a six-speed manual transmission instead of a five-speed applications seen in 2009 and 2010 model year vehicles. ViaAdvertisements