2019 Chevy Cruze vs 2018 Chevy Cruze
The Cruze has been growing in popularity for several years, and by keeping it fresh with every new model year, Chevy has ensured that this trend will continue. With that said, the new 2019 model year is now available. Learn about the new model with our 2019 Chevy Cruze vs 2018 Chevy Cruze.
Does the Cruze have a new look for 2019?
The Cruze has an attractive, sleek, and innovative design for both its sedan and hatchback models. In a world where most compact cars are bland and uninteresting, the Cruze stands out, and the 2019 model is even better.
The front end has been completely restyled with a new grille, fascia, and headlamps. With a wider and more aggressive grille, the Cruze is set to turn more heads than ever before. Even the rear now has dual-element tail lamps and LED tail lamps are available on the top Premier trim. You may also notice that there are new wheel designs available for 2019.
Changes to the Cruze RS Package
One popular option for the Cruze has long been the RS package which is available on both the sedan and the hatchback at the LT trim level and above.
The RS package adds special badging, a rear spoiler, a sport body kit, and more. For 2019, the RS Package now gives you rims, window moldings, and different badging all done up in black.
New Cruze interior color options for 2019
The Cruze has several gorgeous exterior color options including Kinetic Blue Metallic, Red Hot, Oakwood Metallic, Summit White, and more, but for 2019 you have a new interior color option to consider. This new color is called Umber, and it’s a deep and rich brown that pairs nicely with the black dash, steering wheel, and center console.
The Umber color only comes on the leatherette seats. This means that to get it, you have to opt for either the Premium or the Diesel trim. Again, this color is available at those trim levels on either the sedan or the hatchback version of the Cruze.
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New standard features for the 2019 Cruze
Outside of the details mentioned above, the feature set for the Cruze remains largely the same from the previous year, except when it comes to the infotainment system. For 2019, the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 radio with a 7-inch touchscreen will now come standard.