2012 Chevrolet Cruze Consumer Review: Ugh! Ugh! Ugh!

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Eco Sedan (1.4L 4-cyl. Turbo 6-speed Manual)

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Ugh! Ugh! Ugh!
By timberly1987 on


2012 Chevrolet Cruze Eco 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M)


Where do I start, while I love the look of the car and the gas mileage.. thats all I got.. I have had nothing but problems with it, the e-break doesnt hold and I've had to stop it from rolling down a hill,. The pins that hold the fuses in all broke and fuses fell out, making my dashboard and electronics not work, my trunk is always popping open randomly, so I cant store anything in it. my rear defrosters dont work, my window striping had to be replaced, the radio sounds horible. No cup holders in the back (MAJOR inconvience) The seat belt strap cannot be used in the lowest setting, it doesnt retract and cuts my neck

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The look

Worst Features

cup holders in the back, seatbelt retracting, trunk issue.
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By jamiiiiii
on 04/02/13 00:13 AM (PDT)

If the E-"brake" doesn't hold, you should take it to your dealer. Your brakes will have to be adjusted according to my friend who had similar problem. It will be taken care of under one of the new car warranties. You have a cup holder in the back. In the center of the backseat you will see a little tab that is probably tucked in slightly. Pull that down and voila you have cup holders -_- If you are listening to XM on the radio then yeah it will definitely sound horrible. CD's or even most mp3's sound much better than XM. If the seat belt cuts your neck at the lowest latch then you need to raise it. Obviously that is not the optimal one for your height/body type. Also, you are prob hitting the remote to pop the trunk, sounds absurd that it will just pop open on it's own. If that is really happening randomly you shouldn't store anything of value in your car because they can get through to the inside by bypassing the fold down seats.

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