2017 Chevrolet Cruze Sells At Its Cheapest This Season

Mar 07, 2017 12:00 PM EST | Leian N.

Since Brexit was implemented in Europe, electric cars in the region started to deteriorate in sales. However, it's not the only area where thrift car customers could find the cheapest vehicles on the market today. In fact, the 2017 Chevrolet Cruze was declared to be at its cheapest this season.

First and foremost, the 2017 Chevrolet Cruze is fuel efficient that it allows the consumers to spend lesser on gas. Although there is currently a big shift towards SUVs and trucks in the market compared to small cars and sedans, it does not indicate that those included in that bracket are less-impressive with on their capacities. In fact, the model itself, despite its lower price, is one of the most efficient vehicles on the market to date, reported Jalopnik.

According to GM Authority, the 2017 Chevrolet Cruze earned impressive reviews from Consumer Reports itself for being the first American brand to place in the top three for reliable MPG ratings. In fact, it outcompeted Honda, Toyota, and other heavyweights in its respective market segment for being that hatchback that is both fuel-economic and can run smoothly with improved driver experience.

Moreover, the vehicle also has impressive interior designs and labels as that type of vehicle that coincides quality with price. In fact, the competitive compact car segment required that models such as the Cruze would need to have a reasonable price tag to maintain a competitive advantage over other brands. Therefore, the company had to make this electric vehicle as cheap as they could. Thankfully, the aggressive pricing strategy did not affect the performance level of the vehicle. In fact, Chevrolet currently offers cheap lease programs to factory rebates for purchases of the model.

The 2017 Chevrolet Cruze may have a cheap lease tag of $99/month for 24 months, at its cheapest, the vehicle still garnered impressive features. In fact, Consumer Reports themselves attested that it is one, of not the most, efficient model of its kind in the market to date. 

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