Holden Cruze

The Cruze is a small car from Holden, offered in sedan, hatch and wagon variants, with a range of petrol engines and a turbodiesel.

Not to be confused with the Suzuki-based small SUV that had a brief, appearance from 2002 to 2006, the Cruze was Holden’s replacement for the European-sourced Astra and Korean-sourced Viva, combining Australian engineering with reasonable prices. Launched locally in 2009, with trim levels ranging from the $19,890 Cruze Equipe to the $29,340 Cruze SRi Z-Series, the Cruze’s production moved to South Australia in 2011, built alongside the larger Commodore sedan and wagon. With local car manufacturing winding down, production of the Cruze will return to Korea.

Holden Cruze Reviews

2016

Used Holden Cruze review: 2011-2016

For what's classified as a small car the Holden Cruze is quite large and has good leg and shoulder room for four adults.Read more

Holden Cruze SRi Z-Series sedan 2016 review

Richard Berry road tests and reviews the 2016 Holden Cruze SRi Z-Series sedan with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

2014

Holden Cruze SRi-Z 2014 review

Peter Anderson road tests and reviews the Holden Cruze SRi-Z hatch with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Nissan Pulsar ST-S vs Holden Cruze SRI

Nissan Pulsar ST-S and Holden Cruze SRI go head-to-head in this comparative review. .star {width:135px;} #article-corpus {width:100%; padding-right: 0;} Read more

2013

Used Holden Cruze review: 2009-2013

Other than sharing names, the Holden Cruze models introduced to Australia in June 2009 bear no relationship to the Holden Cruze 4WD sold here between 2002 and 2006 . The 2009 Cruze is a four-door sedan from South Korea, though it has a fair bit of...Read more

Holden vs Ford | which one to buy

Holden and Ford have a longstanding rivalry on the race track -- but it's tame compared to the showroom battle.Read more

Nissan Pulsar v Ford Focus v Hyundai i30 v Holden Cruze 2013

Small-car buyers have plenty of reasons to welcome the Nissan Pulsar back to their shopping lists. Around 18,990 of them, by our count. That's the driveaway price for the Pulsar sedan and hatch until the end of this month, and it's unlikely to...Read more

Holden Cruze SRi 2013 review

The Holden Cruze hatchback was largely designed in Holden’s Melbourne studio. It’s built at the Holden plant in Adelaide, and has undergone extensive local engineering for Australian conditions. That’s not the only good news for the...Read more

Toyota Corolla Ascent vs Holden Cruze Equipe 1.8

Toyota Corolla Ascent and Holden Cruze Equipe 1.8 go head-to-head in this comparative review. Read more

Holden Cruze Equipe 2013 review

Nobody can accuse GM Holden of relaxing on the Cruze. Indeed, the Aussie auto maker has set a new benchmark with its 2014 version of the small sedan and hatchback. (American companies traditionally release their new models eight months before the start...Read more

Price Guide

$24,615

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$19,890

Highest Price

$29,340

Range & Specifications

2018 Hatchback
Equipe
MSRP
$22,090
ANCAP Rating
2018 Hatchback
SRi Z-Series
MSRP
$29,340
ANCAP Rating
2018 Hatchback
Z-Series
MSRP
$24,840
ANCAP Rating
2018 Sedan
Equipe
MSRP
$22,090
ANCAP Rating
2018 Sedan
SRi Z-Series
MSRP
$29,340
ANCAP Rating
2018 Sedan
Z-Series
MSRP
$24,840
ANCAP Rating
2018 Wagon
CD
MSRP
$24,090
ANCAP Rating
2018 Wagon
CDX
MSRP
$26,840
ANCAP Rating