Interior Storage - 2011 Chevrolet Cruze Long-Term Road Test

2011 Chevrolet Cruze Long Term Road Test

2011 Chevrolet Cruze: Interior Storage

December 13, 2010


I thought you might find it interesting to see what kind of interior storage you get in the Chevrolet Cruze. I did similar posts for the Sonata and Mazdaspeed 3 earlier this year. Comparatively, the Sonata's the best of the three, with more cubbies and storage options. The Cruze is about equal to the Mazda overall I'd say. Detailed pictures of everywhere you can store stuff follows after the jump.

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Up front you have the main cupholders, the center storage bin and a small cubby ahead of the shifter. There's also a small area next to the cupholders. I've found it useful for coins, though it's not lined. The cubby ahead of the shifter is lined; if you've got a smaller cell phone, it will likely fit nicely. The center bin lacks any sort of dual-level storage.

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The glove box is average in size. The front door bins are decent sized and have bottle holders. There's also a slot in the passenger foot well. Not sure what you'd put there (who uses paper maps these days?) but it's there nonetheless.

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The rear doors have storage but no bottle holders. In back you also have two pockets behind the seats and fold-down cupholders in the armrest.

Brent Romans, Senior Automotive Editor @ 3,221 miles

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