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 $13,500 Cruze Equipe to the $28,930 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.
This vehicle is also known as Daewoo Lacetti Premiere.