HOLDEN CRUZE

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HOLDEN CRUZE USER REVIEWS

Orange rust spots on upper panels mainly white vehicles
2013 HOLDEN CRUZE 4D SEDAN CD
Practicality
 3
Reliability
 3
Running cost
 3
How it drives
 3
The Holden Cruze and Colorado models mainly white colours show the problem more, the dealers blame the buyer, The problem they call fallout but the colorado7 we purchaused new ,we had it for only 2-3weeks and the rust spots appeared on all upper panels and rust under car which holden and the dealer said was normal checking other Holden Cruze and Colorado Holden in new car yards and on the street this seems to be a major problem, holden should be concerned about this but the complaints department do not want to know and say go back to the dealer well Nowra City Holden Just say it is where you live and put us under a lot of stress and pressurer, please do not buy any of these cars we are out of pocket $6825 selling this car back to the dealer this problem is at most dealers so please check before you buy and make sure the car is warranted for fallout .
Very uncomfortable seats
2012 HOLDEN CRUZE 5D HATCHBACK EQUIPE
Practicality
 4
Reliability
 4
Running cost
 3
How it drives
 2
Unfortunately the Holden cruze has the most uncomfortable seats, lacks lumbar support and the seats slope back far to much for good back alignment. I got it as a work car, so glad I could swap it otherwise I would be crippled! Everything else was fine.
It's good, but that engine...
2011 HOLDEN CRUZE 4D SEDAN CDX
Practicality
 3
Reliability
 3
Running cost
 3
How it drives
 3
I don't own one, but somehow the rental car fairy has placed a Cruze Curse on me - every time I hire a car, I'm given a Cruze - mostly the 1.8 CDX... The Pros: Solid build (I'm not sure whether this translates to reliable) and great quality feel for a car of it's size. The leather seats are good, seat heaters are pleasant, but I'd rather Holden did away with them and spent that money on the engine! The drive is zippy and cornering is good, but only about as expected from the size class of car... Whch brings me to the negatives: The engine and gearbox are simply awful. the 1.8 is dangerously under powered. There are rattles and clunks coming from all over the car at various intervals. Turn the steering wheel full-lock and drive forward and there are knocking sounds that don't exactly exude confidence. It's a good looking car, and I believe this is the reason why it's done so well in Australia - it certainly hasn't been because of ti's performance! Personally, I would go for the Diesel, but that being said, in this price range there are plenty of other makes I would consider before I did buy a Diesel Cruse... Verdict: I don't mind driving a free one, but I wouldn't spend my money on one.
Holden Cruze Hatch cdx 2 litre diesel turbo
2011 HOLDEN CRUZE 5D HATCHBACK CDX
Practicality
 5
Reliability
 5
Running cost
 4
How it drives
 5
Love the holden cruze hatch cdx , 2 litre turbo, And it's not noisy at high speeds, this car drive's its self , highly recommended , one very happy customer , and l am a ford man !!

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