Holden Cruze Cars
A small car that is big on space and features, the Holden Cruze was built to replace the old Holden Astra which was popular but sourced from Europe. The Holden Cruze was to be Australian engineered, more affordable and come with a range of options.Small in Size, Big in Comfort
For a car that is labelled as “small” the Holden Cruze is super comfortable inside, with plenty of wiggle room for 4 adults (or 2 adults and 3 kids). The team at Holden have \worked hard to suppress vibration and road noise, meaning a quieter, more peaceful drive.Cheaper Parts and Insurance
One of the benefits of purchasing a Holden Cruze is the fact that a lot of the parts are made in Australia, and this is reflected in the cost of repairs and maintenance which can be significantly cheaper than those needed for a European made car. The carry on effect from this is that a lot of insurance companies will offer reduced policies to cars with Australian made parts, as they know the cost of future claims would be lower and they are high quality parts to begin with.Holden Cruze Equipe - Upgraded Features
The Holden Cruze 2013 release brought us the upgraded Equipe, which included dusk sensing headlights and rear parking sensors as standard inclusions. The Equipe’s sedan also has one of the most spacious boots available in this class of car, a particular bonus if you’re planning to use this as a family car.Available in Both Manual and Automatic Transmission
The Holden Cruze manual transmission is available in both a 5 and 6-speed, with either a petrol or turbo-diesel engine. The Holden Cruze also comes with an automatic transmission for those that prefer to focus on the scenery instead of the gears.