By Larry E. Hall
Chevrolet�"s Cruze is, well, Cruisin�". Since its launch in Europe in the spring of 2009, Chevy�"s first global compact car has racked up a total of 270,000 sales in more than 60 countries. Add another 70,000 sales with versions from Holden in Australia and Daewoo in South Korea.
The Chevy Cruze Eco and Ford Fiesta could be leading the way to economical fuel economy.
U.S. dealerships will begin sales in September and all models will be produced in Lordstown, Ohio. The Chevy Cruze will be one of the few compact cars built in the U.S. for the 2011 model year.
Pricing starts at $16,995 for the LS model with a long list of standard safety features, including 10 air bags, electronic stability control with rollover sensing, traction control and anti-lock brakes.
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