Update for Cruze

Update for Cruze

Holden has updated its Aussie-built small car, the Cruze.

The car gets a new face, with LED Daytime Running Lights, alongside a number of other weeks.

The Cruze Equipe benefits from new 17” alloy wheels and exterior mirrors with integrated turn signal lamps.

The Cruze SRi receives the same upgrades in addition to LED DRLs and fog lamps, whilst the SRi-V is kitted out with new 18” alloy wheels, rain sensing wipers and suede seat inserts.

SRi-V also gets remote start functionality as available in VF Commodore, allowing customers.

Satellite navigation with voice command is also introduced to the luxury-focused Cruze CDX sedan.

Holden New Zealand managing director, Kristian Aquilina, says the changes for 2015 demonstrated Holden’s ongoing commitment to producing vehicles that not only look good but are technologically advanced and above all, great value for money.

“The new modern look is supported by changes to the front fascia and grille giving the Cruze a real athletic look. Added features make Cruze a very compelling package in the small car segment in New Zealand,” Aquilina says.

“As part of Holden’s commitment to provide feature packed vehicles along with exceptional customer value Cruze SRi-V now comes with remote start, satellite navigation, reverse cameras and the award winning, MyLink infotainment system, technologies previously not available in the small car.”

The range is onsale this month

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