Now I won't go and say the 2013 Chicago Auto Show was a bore, but when one of the more exciting products being launched is the Chevrolet Cruze 2.
0 Turbo Diesel, that more or less sets expectations, wouldn't you say?
That said, it is a very interesting product for General Motors to push, especially since it already has the Eco model, which gets the same mpg as the new diesel motor. If efficiency is the name of the game, that doesn't quite make sense, specifically when diesel is priced at a premium stateside.
If there weren't enough questions and head scratching as is, well, we've got a treat for you. A General Motors-focused publication recently wrote a piece detailing five things it disliked about the new Cruze 2.0 TD.
In all fairness, it also did write a piece talking about the five things it DID love about the new diesel Cruze.
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1. No Manual Transmission
2. No Basic Model To Make Things More Affordable
3. The MCE still eludes us
4. Overly Cautious Buyers May Shy Away From The DEF System
5. It Doesn’t Surpass The Cruze Eco In Estimated Fuel Economy