2017 Chevrolet Cruze consumer reviews

$16,975 starting MSRP
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95% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.8
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Love it

Love the car so far, it is very comfortable inside, has a lot of space in the trunk and handles very good on the road.


Chevy Cruze 2017!

I love my Chevy cruze! I have No problem with it. It still runs smooth. I got lucky with this one. Bought this for only $13,000 Found it at cars.com Goodluck!


Love my little chevy cruz :)

Love this car!! It's a 2017 and I bought it in 2018 and I love it! Perfect size, great on gas! Only thing I can say I hate is the auto shut off every time i stop... and there is no way of turning it off... ugh.


Best Car Ever

This is by far the best car that I have ever bought and owned, 2017 Chevy cruze. I bought it new. She is a good girl and doesn't complain, because her mama, me, takes care of her. If you do regular maintenance, oil changes and other fluid changes, your car will love you back.


2017 Chevy Cruze engine light came on yesterday

I use to love it now warranty expired turbo engine is bad dealer said turbo was replaced before what's really going on 2215.00 worth I can't afford it


I’m in love!

This car met all my expectations! From the interior to the exterior. From I how I feel when I’m behind the wheel to how I look when I step out!!


this one and my Caliver both have been great cars

I like this size car I have own my share of large cars but this is the size I like Sonnic and Spark are just to small Bolt same thing just to small to be out on interstates with I don't need a truck anymore cost of fuel kills your wallets my 2003 Chev. Caliver LS has 467,000 miles on it my Cruze has 25,000 mile both of them gets the same in gas mileage both 40 MPG City 55 MPG on the Road come on GM if it ain't broke don't fix it


purchased the auto

as far as w can tell thus far it seems like a good vehicle. we've not had a chance to drive it due to we've only owned it a few days


Not the greatest

I bought the hatchback version, used, with about 6k miles in the odometer in 2018. It’s gotten me where I’ve needed to go and has never caused me to be stranded anywhere. A few months after I bought the car, Apple CarPlay quit working and my USB port quit charging my phone. After going back and forth with the service advisor at the dealership for over a year, they discovered that my radio was shot and had to replace the whole thing (covered by warranty). Also, about two years after I bought the car, one of the cylinders started misfiring. The car made it home, but I had to have it towed to the dealership because it would violently shake. Also, at one point my engine light came on and said that there was something wrong with my fuel pump and oxygen sensor, but shortly after I made the appointment to take it in, the light went off. May have been bad gas or something else. The acceleration is sluggish and when the auto stop comes on at stoplights, the car sometimes struggles to come back on. If it’s all you can afford, I think you’d be okay with a 2017 Cruze, but I plan on selling mine as soon as it’s paid off.


Have had quite a few re-calls 🤔

I use car for errands, family avents....only has 36,000 thousands miles .....and soooo many re-calls ....waiting for it to break down now that the warranties have ended .....not happy Looks great , but looks aren't everything