Love, love, love this car!!! Everyone's like, "Get a Toyota?!" Well, my father has a 2015 Toyota Corolla and it not as smooth of a drive as my lovely Cruze- ps I've had and owned both the LS and LT mo...
Love, love, love this car!!! Everyone's like, "Get a Toyota?!" Well, my father has a 2015 Toyota Corolla and it not as smooth of a drive as my lovely Cruze- ps I've had and owned both the LS and LT models. Some woman slammed me from behind in her Durango going at least 30 while I was at a stop light. I walked away without a scratch-fyi I'm 40, 5'3" and was wearing a seat belt. Unfortunately my beautiful Cruze was deemed by my insurance company unfit to drive- even though I drove it for 200 miles after the accident cuz heck it worked as if it didn't have a bashed in trunk. So then I found another 2014 Cruze and this one I drive now is the LT model.
To get to overall point...Both Cruzes provide a smooth and gentle ride, great pick up (LT more than the LS), the brakes aren't overly sensitive-- they don't "slam on" they are nice and gradual--so you're not jerking all over the place. Every rental I drove-- the Rogue (not bad) and Hyundai Elantra (Great power and control but way too loud and not smooth) made me really miss and appreciate my beautiful Cruze.
My only complaint is that when it's winter (in Boston), the power windows don't go down until the car is sufficiently warmed up. (Which is a great excuse to for me to give my husband for a remote starter--which some Chevy dealerships don't do, but some, "kind of" do.