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  • depende sa condition ng sasakyan
  • tanong ko lang po opinion nyo sa chevy cruze LT 2010 model

    opinion ko ay mukha siyang honda civic copycat sa likod. i've read na corvette-inspired daw yung tail lights. hehehe

    wala pa ko naririnig tungkol dyan, sobrang rare kasi sa kalsada.
  • maganda idrive sa sim. hehe
  • tanong ko lang po opinion nyo sa chevy cruze LT 2010 model

    since chevy, expect mo na mahirap humanap ng pyesa at may kamahalan ang gawa pag nasira.
  • tanong ko lang po opinion nyo sa chevy cruze LT 2010 model


    Agree with PoorPrince

    The problem with the Cruze is not the car but the brand it carries which is Chevy.

    Parts are expensive and hard to find compared to Jap and Korean brands.
  • The problem with the Cruze is not the car but the brand it carries which is Chevy.

    Parts are expensive and hard to find compared to Jap and Korean brands.

    sa tingin ko naman rare ang parts nito o konti lang kumukuha ng chevy parts unlike ford

    meron din ilang issues for recall sa US tungkol sa Cruze... read the quote below
    GM announced in April 2011 that 2,100 North American-market Cruze models would be recalled following a report of the steering wheel breaking away from the steering column during motion.[44] According to Consumer Reports, during its first year, the Cruze scored the lowest in reliability among compact sedans.[45]

    General Motors ordered a recall on June 22, 2012, for 413,418 Cruze models, manufactured at the Lordstown, Ohio plant United States, due to a risk of engine compartment fires. The recall covered 2011 and 2012 model year Cruze sedans from September 2010 through May 2012 and affected vehicles sold in the United States, Canada and Israel.[46] The problem can result when liquids become trapped near the engine and catch fire. In Australia 9,547 Australian-built Cruzes were also recalled but there were no cases of engine fires reported in Australia.[47]

    General Motors (GM) ordered a recall on August 16, 2013, for 292,879 model year 2011 and 2012 Cruze models, manufactured at the Lordstown, Ohio plant United States. General Motors told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration the recall was due to a potential intermittent loss of brake assist in Cruze models featuring the combination of the 1.4-liter dual overhead cam gasoline turbo engine and the 6T40 FWD automatic transmission. GM said it was aware of 27 alleged low-speed crashes due to brake issues that may include this particular issue, but it reported no injuries. To address the issue, GM said dealers will replace a micro-switch in the power brake vacuum pipe assembly.[48]

    As of March 28, 2014, GM has halted the sale of 2013 and 2014 Chevrolet Cruze compacts with 1.4-liter engines—models that account for about 60% of Cruze sales—but GM originally didn't say why it issued the order.[49] GM later announced that the cars were being recalled due to a faulty right-side axle shaft.[50]

    source: WIkipedia

    -- edited by Vashtard on Aug 21 2017, 01:34 PM