Chevrolet did a beautiful unfortunate job keeping the 2017 Cruze diesel hide behind the door. Information about the second impression of a diesel version Cruze have been running into the public for some months. First it was the information about the six-speed manual and nine-speed automatic transmission, then about diesel engine in hatchback and sedan. Now Chevrolet has began the make-it-official by declaring price.
The 2017 Chevrolet Cruze sedan with a manual transmission starts at $24,670 and the sedan with a nine-speed automatic is $26,270. The base diesel comes regular with the LT trim and Comfort collection, typically an $850 add-on that includes an eight-way energy driver’s seat, push-button ignition, keyless entry and heated front rooms. The Leather collection is an option on both versions for an additional $1125. Other collections as the Sun, Sound and Confidence collection is accessible for $3680 on sedans but only with the nine-speed.
No price available for 2017 Chevrolet Cruze hatchback yet.
The value undercuts the previous-generation Cruze diesel, which began at $25,695 when it was introduced in 2014. For 2017, the diesel will commence at $4056 more than the gasoline-powered automatic Cruze LT with the Comfort collection and $3345 more than the six-speed manual Cruze LT with the Comfort collection and the $695 RS collection.
Every 2017 Cruze diesel include Chevy’s 24/7 Promise, two years of SiriusXM satellite radio and OnStar plus two years or 24 GB of 4G LTE collection data. The next gigantic parts of information we’ll be waiting for on the 2017 Cruze diesel are the 1.6-liter turbo diesel’s motor product illustrations and even more critically, its fuel-economy figures.