Interior

One look inside the Cruze is enough to tell you this is not a typical compact penalty box. The design, materials, textures and controls all speak of higher expectations. Seat coverings may be premium cloth or optional meridian leather, and the seats themselves are 8-way adjustable in manual form and six-way power

The Cruze has a Z-link rear suspension, a feature

Small-car efficiency with big-car comfort:

Cruze leads the segment in interior volume adjustable when specified.

You can have heated seats, too, if you wish, with three levels of intensity. Dual cupholders are found in the center console, and there are bollle slots in the front door panels. Rear-seat passengers are not forgotten; another two cupholders can be found in the rear seat center fold-down armrest.

Steering-wheel-mounted switches for audio controls, Bluetooth and OnStar are available as an option, but the tilt and telescoping adjustment feature that helps tailor the car to its driver is included on all Cruzes. The Cruze's windows also feature an express-down facility, and all but the base model include a driver's-side window express-up capability as a bonus.

It isn't just about convenience. Tactile quality is embodied by the chrome-ringed switch knobs, which are backlit by LEDs for easy recognition and tuned for a pleasing feel. Tight panel joints with flush borders increase the sense of precision and craftsmanship. In the rear, there is a 60/40 split-folding seatback with adjustable head restraints in all three positions.

As you can see, there isn't much on a high-end luxury car that isn't included in the Cruze's available inventory.

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