What’s new for the 2019 Chevy Cruze?
The Chevy Cruze has been a wonderful and affordable option from Chevy since its model year debut in 2008. Since then, the Cruze lineup has expanded to include both a diesel option and a hatchback option. Luckily, those options aren’t going away, but for 2019 the Cruze is getting a full redesign. What’s new for the 2019 Chevy Cruze? We are glad you asked.
Will the 2019 Chevy Cruze look different?
Chevy is building a new design language for many of its cars, and the 2019 model year will see this new design language more heavily enforced on many models. Expect Chevy to look even more upscale and even more aggressive in the coming future.
What does this mean for the 2019 Cruze specifically? For starters, the grille will see the biggest change with a more pronounced lower opening. The front fascia itself is more angular and aggressive. This will go well with newly available wheel designs.
Also, on the visual side, the RS package will get black window moldings along with blacked out Chevy bowtie emblems. On the interior, a new color called Umber will also be available. Umber is typically a dark brown yellowish color, but as of yet, we do not have interior imagery of this new color option.
Technology improvements to the 2019 Cruze
A 7-inch touchscreen comes standard and for 2019, it will be running Chevy’s snappier and more intuitive Infotainment 3 system. To go along with the fancy new infotainment technology, remote start and automatic climate control will now come standard on the LT and Premier trim levels.
What active safety features are available on the 2019 Cruze?
Chevy is always on the cutting edge of technology, as such, you can expect a host of wonderful features to be available on the 2019 model year. You’ll see quality of life improvements such as lane keep assist, rear park assist, rear cross-traffic alerts, and lane change alert with side blind zone alert. You will also see other more advanced safety features including front pedestrian braking, low-speed forward automatic braking, and more.