The Chevrolet Cruze Station Wagon is good to go for its worldwide debut at the 2012 International Geneva Motor Show. The station wagon, the most recent bodystyle of Chevrolet's most well known nameplate, supplements the car and hatchback renditions, which together have consolidated deals in abundance of one million vehicles all inclusive since the carline was propelled in 2009.
The Chevrolet Cruze station wagon is promptly unmistakable as another variation of the smash hit Chevrolet Cruze. The outside configuration includes a decreasing single curve roofline and accompanies rooftop racks as standard, giving comfort while keeping up a balanced and energetic look.
Various outside and inside styling changes are being presented in 2012 for all Cruze models. These incorporate a redesigned front belt, altered head-light insides and mist lights, and new wheel styles on the outside and refinements to the middle console and a more prominent decision of seat completions for the inside.
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