The 5-door hatchback will be constructed with the body-frame integral system (BFI) system that offers stability as well as solidity for the vehicle. You get 400 liters of cargo and luggage space with this vehicle, and also 60/40 split rear seating capability, thus space should not be much of a problem. Design-wise, it is exceptionally dynamic and bold, with sleek lines that make it look good. The sedan version of the Cruze has been granted 5-star NCAP rating for its safe driving quality, and one would expect the hatchback to perform as well as its sedan counterpart in the safety segment.
In reality, in the compact car segment, hatchbacks are doing extremely well, and this is the reason why GM ventured into the hatchback segment with the Cruze. The ability of the Cruze in terms of performance and handling cannot be denied, as it is the current leader in the World Touring Car Championship for both the drivers’ and team championships.
As of now, the hatchback is to be marketed in Europe and also Australia where Holden will be marketing the Chevy under its badge. In other parts of the world, the Chevrolet Cruze hatchback is expected to debut in the near future, but under GM’s original Chevrolet badge. In countries such as China where the Cruze is extremely popular, GM is expected to introduce the vehicle there sometime at the end of 2011. The Cruze hatchback will be released for sale in Europe in mid 2011, and up to now we do not have a clue on the price tag. Personally, I am looking forward to be able to receive this vehicle in Malaysia, as it should provide stiff competition for other hatchbacks in the country.
Pak Din dan isteri berangan-angan mendapatkan kereta ini untuk "ronda-ronda cari makan" sebelum pencen.hahaha INSHA ALLAH