The 2016 Chevrolet Cruze should be trickling into dealers as you read this, but to accompany the vehicle, Chevrolet has fired up the 2016 Cruze’s configurator for buyers to build their perfect vehicle.
To recap, Chevrolet will offer the 2016 Cruze in L, LS, LT and Premier trims. A manual gearbox is optional for each trim save for the Premier, which uses an automatic exclusively.
After delving into the configurator, we chose our 2016 Chevrolet Cruze in the Premier trim, painted in Kinetic Blue Metallic, an optional $395 paint hue. Contrasting the Kinetic Blue, we went for the “Dark Atmosphere” leather appointed trimmings, too. If your heart desires the Siren Red Tintcoat, also a $395 paint hue, it unlocks the Jet Black “Kalahari” leather interior trim.
But, we forged ahead with Kinetic Blue and selected the optional RS package for another $995, complete with 18-inch aluminum wheels. Checking our most desired options, including the enhanced convenience package, sunroof and navigation, the driver confidence package II and a set of stainless steel door sills for some pizazz, we arrived at our grand total.
We had built a $29,035 2016 Chevrolet Cruze, loaded to the gills with Apple Car Play and Android Auto, heated seats, wireless charging and much more. To wit, that is a lot of content for under $30,000.
You can head to the configurator here to build your own Cruze, and let us know some of your favorite combinations down below if you feel so compelled.