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Chevrolet Cruze review: A car off the value menu with some upscale ingredients
Chevrolet Cruze review: A car off the value menu with some upscale ingredients

As the economy stumbles along in recovery, bargains continue to define the marketplace, whether it's dinner at McDonald's, refreshing a winter wardrobe at Target or buying an affordable car. Take the new Chevrolet Cruze, a compact sedan that advances the economically induced ideology of building fuel-efficient cars that customers might actually want. Like many compact and subcompact cars of late, the Cruze, which starts at $16,995, is equipped with features that haven't traditionally been available on budget cars. But downsizing customers have been primed to expect them. Built in Ohio, the Cruze comes in five trim styles, four of which use a new 1.4-liter engine — the...

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