We currently Know the 2017 Chevrolet Cruze Diesel’s Digits: $24,670
Chevrolet did a pretty poor job keeping the 2017 Cruze diesel a secret. Details surrounding the second edition of a diesel-powered Cruze have been trickling into the public sphere for a couple of months. First which was the news about the six-speed manual along with nine-speed automatic transmissions; then came word which the diesel engine might be offered in both sedan along with hatchback Centeng styles. currently Chevrolet has began the make-which-official process by announcing a key element: the pricing.
The sedan which has a manual transmission starts at $24,670, along with the sedan which has a nine-speed automatic will be $26,270. The base diesel comes standard with the LT trim along with the Convenience package, typically an $850 add-on which includes an eight-way power driver’s seat, push-button ignition, keyless entry, along with heated front seats. The Leather package will be an option on both versions for an extra $1125. A combination of which package along with the Sun, Sound, along with Confidence package will be available for $3680 on sedans yet only with the nine-speed. Prices for the hatchback have not been released yet.
The cost undercuts the previous-generation Cruze diesel, which began at $25,695 when which was introduced for 2014. For 2017, the diesel will start at $4056 more than the gasoline-powered automatic Cruze LT with the Convenience package along with $3345 more than the six-speed manual Cruze LT with the Convenience package along with the $695 RS package. Every 2017 Cruze diesel include Chevy’s 24/7 Promise: two years of SiriusXM satellite radio along with OnStar plus two years or 24 GB of 4G LTE data.
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The next big pieces of news we’ll be waiting for on the 2017 Cruze diesel are the 1.6-liter turbo-diesel’s engine output figures along with, even more critically, its fuel-economy numbers. At which point, maybe Chevy will Discharge some photos of the auto—until then, picture a Cruze which has a Diesel badge on the back.