Chevrolet Cruze Station Wagon

Chevrolet announced a new station wagon version of the Cruze, to be revealed at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

To make sure the wagon is up to the job continuing the Cruze sedan success, Chevrolet has really pumped up the volume (to almost 1,500 litres of load space) with the latest body style of its most popular model, which complements the saloon and hatchback versions. Together, these have achieved combined sales across the world of over one million since the saloon variant debuted in 2009.

At 4,678mm, the Station Wagon is slightly longer than the hatchback (4,510 mm) and saloon (4,597 mm) models. Load space ranges from 500 litres up, up to 1500 liter. The Wagon will also mark the launch of a new 130bhp 1.7-litre VCDi diesel engine, with start-stop technology as standard and CO2 emissions of 119g/km.


“The Cruze Station Wagon caters to an important market segment. It ticks all the boxes for European drivers in terms of distinctive design, dynamic driving, space and economy,” said Chevrolet Europe President and Managing Director Susan Docherty.

The Station Wagon is immediately recognizable as a new variant of the best-selling Chevrolet Cruze, double winner of the world Touring Car Championship. The exterior design features a tapering single arch roofline and comes with roof rails as standard, providing convenience while maintaining a poised and sporty look.

A number of exterior and interior styling changes are being introduced in 2012 for all Cruze models. These include a remodeled front fascia, modified head-lamp interiors and fog lamps, and new wheel styles on the exterior and refinements to the center console and a greater choice of seat finishes for the interior.

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