Chevrolet has launched the Cruze Station Wagon at the Geneva Motor show. This model represents the latest body style of Chevrolet’s most popular global model, the Cruze, and complements the saloon. The wagon may not make it to our shores, but the styling updates have filtered down to the Cruze saloon.
The mid-cycle facelift includes a wider chin, vertically aligned fog lamps clusters, and the grille gets a slight update – a new ‘razor wire’ like design replaces the earlier honeycomb styling. While the headlamp’s shape remains the same, it now features clear-lens treatment and silver-reflector material replaces the black plastic. This surely gives the Cruze a more up-market look. New alloy-wheel designs will be included to complete the exterior styling upgrades.
The interiors receive a re-designed rear seats that help improve rear-headroom. The Station Wagon is powered by a 130bhp 1.7-litre VCDi engine; however, whether this makes it to our market is yet to be seen. Its highly likely that the Cruze facelift coming our way will be powered by a 2.0-litre VCDi diesel motor, with a power bump up to 163bhp.