Previously, we were just guessing of the additional third body style from General Motor which will be joined to the Chevrolet Cruze. However, yesterday the Detroit automaker has already made it official.
Well, yesterday the all- new Chevrolet Cruze Station Wagon that is expected to have its first international debut in the upcoming month at the 82nd International Geneva Motor Show.
Susan Docherty who is the Chevrolet Europe President and Managing Director stated that the Cruze station wagon is aimed for an important market segment. The vehicle was able to fulfill the European drivers’ needs with its exclusive styling, dynamic driving, space and economy.
Before the unveiling the Station Wagon, actually the automaker had earlier introduced the Cruze four- door sedan and five- door hatchback. The Wagon itself is longer at 4,678 mm compared to the four and five- door hatchback which are measured at only 4,510 mm and the salon model that is 4,597 mm in length.
Since the automaker is focus on enhancing the wagon’s space and practicality rather than on its design. However, you may be confused as you look at the Station Wagon’s rear, guessing it is Toyota Avensis Estate.
The automaker’s works is presented on its load space which ranges from 500 liters until the window line in the rear to around 1,500 liters if the cabin is filled up to the roof and the rear seats are folded.
The new Cruze Station Wagon will make use of the same engine lineup with that of the sedan added a new 1.7 liter VCDi diesel engine, spawning output of 130 bhp and figuring CO2 emission of 119g/km. The start- stop technology is coming as standard for this unit.
The Cruze Station Wagon is also equipped with a host of inside and out improvement for the 2012 model year, including a revamped front fascia, customized headlights and fog lamps, and new alloy wheels wheel for the exterior, and refined center console and more choice of seat finishes for inside the car.
Unfortunately the time when the SW will be launched in Europe has not yet to be revealed, so that we have to wait for further information until the Geneva Motor Show.
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