The Chevrolet Cruze has spawned a new variant in Geneva in the form of a station wagon.
Chevrolet has expanded their Cruze lineup, choosing the Geneva Motor Show to debut their estate version of their family sedan. The Cruze Station Wagon utilizes the Cruze lineup's five powerplants and adds significant storage space in the rear. First and foremost, the Cruze Wagon isn't coming to the U.S. That means that us Americans will miss out on the 1,500-liters of space available when the rear seats are down. Bummer, we know.
The front fascia has been redesigned with modified headlights and fog lights. The interior as well has received some upgrades in the form of a new center console and more color choices. A rear-view camera, Chevy's MyLink infotainment system and keyleys entry and start give the Cruze Wagon some added perks. A new 1.4-liter turbocharged gasoline engine joins the 1.6-liter and 1.8-liter gasoline engines currently available. A new 1.7-liter diesel engine along with an upgraded 2.0-liter diesel completes Chevy's offerings abroad. All engines are Euro 5-compliant.