The Indian version of Chevrolet Cruze has right site steering.
The car is powered by a 2.0L, 1991cc, 4-Cylinder, In-line Advanced VCDi (Variable Geometry Turbo Common Rail Direct Injection) diesel engine of next generation with 5-Speed manual transmission gearbox that offers high engine performance and it can produce maximum power of 150bhp at 4000rpm with maximum torque of 320Nm at 2000rpm. This higher level of power and torque results excellent acceleration so that Chevrolet Cruze can cross 100kmph mark in just 9.7 seconds and can achieve the top speed mark of 184kmph.
At-present there is no discount on this car.
By Arun on Wednesday, November 24, 2010 3:18:19 PM
Both the cars are very good. They have their strong points. Elantra gives you more mileage. Cruze has more power than Elantra though. In terms of main features both these cars are pretty well loaded and it's a close call, with the Cruze having slightly better features. To find out more please visit the link below http://www.cardekho.com/compare/chevrolet-cruze-and-hyundai-elantra.htm