2011 Chevrolet Cruze Compact Car Laun...

2011 Chevrolet Cruze Compact Car Launch Delayed Til Next Fall

There are 13 comments on the GreenCarReports story from Oct 31, 2009, titled 2011 Chevrolet Cruze Compact Car Launch Delayed Til Next Fall. In it, GreenCarReports reports that:

As U.S. carmakers get serious about building world-class compact cars, one of the most eagerly awaited entries is the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze, which will face off against a totally new 2012 Ford Focus as well as revised models of the Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, and Nissan Sentra.

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whatever

Lincolnshire, IL

#1 Nov 2, 2009
Another delay? What are they trying to do? Be like Boeing? lol!
IH8TGM

Boston, MA

#2 Nov 2, 2009
I dont think they want it to have the bad rep that the Cobalt has.

Even though it looks like another cavalier \ Cobalt replacement.

Fugly Car

Since: Oct 09

Ford City, PA

#3 Nov 2, 2009
So, it would be interesting to compare the quality of the vehicles produced in Europe and Asia versus the ones that will be built in Lordstown. This should help GM narrow down whether some of their problems are PRODUCT or PRODUCTION related. It is a great looking little car, inside and out. I hope, for GM's sake, it does well.
IH8TGM

Boston, MA

#4 Nov 2, 2009
Mark_Nuz wrote:
So, it would be interesting to compare the quality of the vehicles produced in Europe and Asia versus the ones that will be built in Lordstown. This should help GM narrow down whether some of their problems are PRODUCT or PRODUCTION related. It is a great looking little car, inside and out. I hope, for GM's sake, it does well.
Looks like another Cobalt or Aveo.
IH8TGM

Boston, MA

#5 Nov 2, 2009

Since: Oct 09

Ford City, PA

#6 Nov 2, 2009
IH8TGM wrote:
Don't know where you got that link, but click on the one at the top of the forum. It has a pic of a car that looks NOTHING like the butt-ugly Aveo. I would have NEVER described tit the way I did in my post if it was just a rebadged Aveo. Check it out.
IH8TGM

Boston, MA

#7 Nov 2, 2009
Mark_Nuz wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't know where you got that link, but click on the one at the top of the forum. It has a pic of a car that looks NOTHING like the butt-ugly Aveo. I would have NEVER described tit the way I did in my post if it was just a rebadged Aveo. Check it out.
I did see some other pictures and it kinda looks like a 4 door Cobalt or Malibu.

Is this car a Hybred?

Since: Oct 09

Ford City, PA

#8 Nov 2, 2009
IH8TGM wrote:
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I did see some other pictures and it kinda looks like a 4 door Cobalt or Malibu.
Is this car a Hybred?
Don't think so. Said it was a 4 cyl turbo, but didn't read too closely.
LordstownsNeighb or

Cleveland, OH

#9 Nov 5, 2009
Mark_Nuz wrote:
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Don't think so. Said it was a 4 cyl turbo, but didn't read too closely.
This is all speculation but from what I hear from people working on the wiring in assembly, they will be able to produce up to 7 different cars in that plant off the Cruze platform. Earlier this year Popular Mechanics did a test drive, of a Cruze with the Volt's drivetrain and it was very promising. Also before the Cruze was announced, the Volt was slated for production at the Lordstown complex.
All that said, there is a decent chance that it will have a hybrid option.

Since: Oct 09

Ford City, PA

#10 Nov 5, 2009
LordstownsNeighbor wrote:
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This is all speculation but from what I hear from people working on the wiring in assembly, they will be able to produce up to 7 different cars in that plant off the Cruze platform. Earlier this year Popular Mechanics did a test drive, of a Cruze with the Volt's drivetrain and it was very promising. Also before the Cruze was announced, the Volt was slated for production at the Lordstown complex.
All that said, there is a decent chance that it will have a hybrid option.
Good to hear. Hopefully they will follow through.
Taxed

Plainfield, IL

#11 Nov 6, 2009
Chance it will be out of date before it is ever launched. On the other hand, the old GM would have let the customer do the road testing after purchase.
IH8TGM

Worcester, MA

#12 Nov 7, 2009
Taxed wrote:
Chance it will be out of date before it is ever launched. On the other hand, the old GM would have let the customer do the road testing after purchase.
Also the OLD GM took the car away from the people and destroyed them.

What was GM thinking?
They had one of the first elec cars and decided to drop the build.

I see the same happing here with the Volt if it ever comes out.
IH8TGM

Worcester, MA

#13 Nov 7, 2009
BTW people blame the Goverment for stopping that elec car built back I believe in the 90s.(Because of oil hits)

Wonder if thats true or was it GM.
Which now is controled by the government anyways.

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