The updated version of the Cruze has been officially unveiled by the Australian based automaker, Holden, on its official market.
In case you were wondering what happened to the facelifted Holden Cruze, don’t worry about it, because the car manufacturer has officially pulled the wraps off its body. The model in question is coming with a new front fascia, adding the new front grille which is making it even more similar to the Chevrolet Cruze, we can also notice the new LED daytime running lights, the integrated turn signals into the side mirrors, the 17-inch alloy wheels and several other goodies which should make it even more appealing into the eyes of its future customers.
“The new front fascia and grille give the car an athletic, modern look and the added features make Cruze a compelling package in the small car class”, said Bill Mott, the company’s director of marketing.
The 2015 Holden Cruze will also be offered with some goodies such as the MyLink infotainment system, with a rearview camera, with satellite navigation system, with remote start, with rain sensing wipers, the suede seat inserts or the 18-inch alloy wheels, but on the SRi-V, as the carmaker is saying in its official press release. The “brand new” 2015 Holden Cruze will be offered for sale across the Australian continent starting from Tuesday, the 20th of January. Even if the car has been basically shown off officially, we are still not sure on how much it will cost because Holden hasn’t announced anything on this subject.