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Some cars don't get enough credit and recognition by experts and car enthusiasts simply because their predecessors were of poor quality and they inherited that bad reputation. It is often unjustified, as car makers constantly work on improving each model and it's possible they come up with a better version of a model that has not been good enough before. One such vehicle is the Chevrolet Cruze.
It's a compact sedan, which is considered by the wider public as a car of below-average quality, mostly due to the fact Chevrolet is not famous for producing very good small cars, as many respected car experts have stated. With this particular model, a lot of people that had that opinion have been proven wrong. The Chevy Cruze has many qualities that put it above numerous other vehicles of its category. They include great fuel efficiency, with 25 mpg/city and 36 mpg/highway, spacious interior made of high-quality materials with more than enough rear leg room, pretty good steering, a large trunk with a capacity of 15.4 cubic feet and as much as 10 airbags and a 4-wheel ABS, providing excellent safety.
The interior is equipped with all the basic technology you need, such as a six-speaker surround stereo system, satellite radio, and a USB port, which can keep a whole family entertained while on the road, considering the Cruze is very good for a long road trip because it performs very well on the highway. All in all, at a price of $17,900, the Chevrolet Cruze is a great family car with good fuel efficiency, very safe, reliable and fitting for long road trips, and people shouldn't be put off by negative and biased reviews.
Jordan Perch is a blogger who is an active promoter of the new developments in the automotive industry. He is an author of many how-to articles related to the DMV, driver safety, automotive trends, etc. He is currently managing the blog of the resourceful DMV.com.