Chevy Cruze Gets June Sales Boost
Chevrolet had more than Independence to celebrate this Fourth of July. Late-breaking numbers show the Cruze, Chevrolet's new compact, was the best-selling passenger car in the U.S. in June, speeding past perennial favorites made by the Big H and Cylindrical T.
Specifically, Chevy Cruze sales for June 2011 ring in at 24,896 units...about 1,100 units more than the larger Chevrolet Malibu sedan. The Cruze was so popular last month that it wasn't just the best-selling passenger car in the U.S., it was the third best-selling model overall.
Chevrolet describes the Cruze by saying it, "challenges conventional compact wisdom with one simple word: more. Its cavernous quiet interior and beautifully sculpted exterior feel like luxury. Cruze is filled with performance, safety and technology features you won't believe come in a compact."1
Do the critics agree? A savvy question to ask. And, the answer is a unanimous yes. We invite you to read around. Edmunds.com, for example, says, "After decades of toiling in the minor leagues, Chevrolet makes it to the show with its much-improved compact sedan entry, the 2011 Cruze."2
Among the many pros Edmunds raves about are the
Cruze's "upscale interior design, peppy yet efficient turbocharged engine,
Eco model's top fuel economy [42 mph highway], secure handling, top safety
scores, [and] big trunk."2 To learn more about the
Cruze and other Chevy models, including the Malibu,
Traverse, visit Felix Chevrolet at 3330 S Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, CA