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2014 Holden Cruze CDX Review

Bought this car in 2014 new but had to go back to the car yard 4 times because of problems with it told by sales people at Brian Gardner Motors in Cannington, WA nothing wrong with it. Had the car serviced last week had no oil filter, it had disintegrated into the engine causing a big build up of black sludge material...

2010 Holden Cruze CD Review

Just reached 90,000 kms and transmission needs replacing. Spends more time in the workshop since 50,000kms on the clock. Should have been recalled as a dud and not allowed on the market. A waste of my money and time. Probably the reason Holden closing in Aus. It,s only good point is the comfortable drive and holds the road well...

2014 Holden Cruze SRI V Review

Very happy with my SRi-V. Now two years old and 32000k on clock and not one problem. Stunning roadholding with the 18x8 inch wheels and Bridgestone tyres. One interstate trip of 4000k and six others of 2000k ... a real pleasure. Good boot fits my wife's wheelchair with ease. Auto is smooth and intuitive. Do not understand the vitriol of people who have obviously not even driven one...

2015 Holden Cruze SRI V Review

Hard but responsive ride and corners really well whilst maintaining a very lateral position. Can't get the fuel consumption under 9lt per 100kms even though 70%+ of driving is up and the freeway. My average speed is 68km/hour. I'd love to hear from anyone who can get better than 9. My mother has a Cruze as well (but two years older, and her fuel consumption is at 9...

2015 Holden Cruze SRI V Review

I looked around at a new car to replace my Holden Commodore VT 1999 model, which I have since brand new. I looked at the Holden Cruze, Mazda 3 and the Nissan Pulsar. I took all three cars for a test drive. At the end of the day I was so impressed with the Holden Cruze SRI-V. The car has so much power for being a 1.6 Ltr Turbo. The interior has so much room in it...

2013 Holden Cruze Review

Here is why the 2013 Holden Cruze SRi is the car to choose, with its 1.4 Litre turbocharged engine, the Cruze offers some competition to hot hatchbacks like the Ford Focus and VW Golf, providing performance and handling that rivals some of the best. Lets first address the buyers key stand points, pricing stands competitively with the top spec model costing less than $29,000 and the more affordable CD model around $22,500...

2013 Holden Cruze Review

March 2013, was the end of one era, and the start of another. Holden bought out the MY14 Cruze range and what a delight that was. While mechanically the CD and CDX stayed mostly the same, they received an upgraded Australian designed automatic gearbox and the 1.4iTi to the lineup. The main changes happened to the SRI and SRI-V models as they are now powered by the 1...

2015 Holden Cruze Review

Holden released the 2015 model Cruze with what it calls a “bold new look”, although I'm not sure about it being bold it certainly did create a lot of talk during the week I had it to review. Unfortunately for Holden most of the comments about its new look weren't very flattering, especially from current Cruze owners...

2015 Holden Cruze Z-series Review

Engine: I almost feel like giving the car a kick on the sides to get it galloping again, sometimes I just want that extra bit of power - being the I.8L engine, I know (and anyone who drives it knows) it will never be a growling performance car. Interior: the interior is impressive, z-series leather seats, push to start, seat warmers amazing in winter, impressive touch screen (didn't get the GPS version)...

2014 Holden Cruze SRI V Review

I bought a Holden Cruze SRi-V 1.6 turbo automatic sedan in March 2014. A year later I'm still in awe of just how good this car is and enjoy every moment behind the wheel. Most reviews of the Cruze are very critical and this is mainly because the reviews are for one of the earlier models or any model with the horrible 1.8. The 1...

2014 Holden Cruze Equipe Review

Went out to buy a Toyota Corolla hatchback and came home with this car (new demo with only 236kms), shouldn't have taken my husband (not enough leg room in the front of the Corolla for my tall hubby, this car does have ample front seat leg room - tick) Fuel economy - no tick. Car salesman assured me the car would use 7.0 to 7.4l per 100km - approx...