Price of Navigation Option in Chevy Cruze Slashed
For the 2012 model year, Chevy is cutting the cost of the navigation system available in their new, super fuel-efficient Cruze by roughly 50 percent compared to last-year's outgoing model. Given the significant price cut, the navigation available in the 2012 model-year Cruze will cost just under a grand.
While Chevrolet cut the price; they've also added a more convenient tough screen interface and improved resolution. Chevy even opted to keep the old-school turn knobs on the previous model for drivers who prefer to use them over the touchscreen. The only features the new navigation system has lost are its capabilities to record and pause live radio.
These functions are lost as a result of swapping out a 10-gig-hard-drive for a SD memory system. But for a 50 percent price reduction and infinite time saved from getting lost, detours, etc., Felix Chevrolet thinks the sacrifice is more than worth it.
The new 2012 Chevrolet Cruze will be available starting later in July. The new, less expensive navigation system will be available with the 2 LT, LTX, and Eco models.
To learn more about the 2011 Chevy Cruze or the forthcoming 2012 Cruze, call Felix Chevrolet today. Or visit us in person. Conveniently located at 3330 S Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, CA, we're happy to share complete specs, compare models, and arrange test drives.