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Old 21st October 2009, 23:15   #31
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Congratulations mate. The car really looks stunning and you are going to grab a lot attention on the road !
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Oh My God !!! Stunning is the word . Im really happy for you.
White looks great. Have booked the same trim and the same colour. Cant wait for the delivery myself.

Congratulations !!!
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congrats buddy - you surely chose to cruze!
Let us know of the the delivery experience and initial ride experience.
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The 150 bhp should feel really good. Is the handling and braking sporty? Or is it aimed more towards the luxury end?

The features like parking sensors, keyless entry and stuff are really great for a sub 20L car.
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Congrats on the first Cruze here, the car looks fab in white and the rear room doesn't look too bad in the pics. The engine sure is a stonker. Please more pics and indepth review. Weren't GM reworking the ecu for reduced lag, but still 150bhp diesel is mouth watering.
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Great looking car dude. Keep us posted about the ownership experience..
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What a beauty. Many heartly congratulation on your buy. Drive safe. Car looks stunning.
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Old 22nd October 2009, 02:13   #38
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The first time I saw a cruze was on the basement of a GM showroom in October first week. Its a real looker. Love the shape of the front door! Car looks great in white. Congrats!
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Congratulations Varun , Awesome ride. Please post more about the turbo lag of this car.
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congrats,
looks menacing from the front, looks great in white..
and from the thread i have seen that it certainly is one of the most popular and best looking cars around..
everyone loves it
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Congrats Varun, The 4th picture is absolutely wonderful. Whats with these modern cars with gear levers integrated in the extended dash ?!
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congrats on choosing to Cruze, Varun. The car's a looker. Treat her well, and take her to highways often, where she belongs.
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and take her to highways often, where she belongs.
Spot on. Capable highway cars come into their own when their legs are allowed to be stretched. Conversely, city driving of such capable cars have a way of frustrating quickly.
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Cruze is definitely a nice vehicle to have !! Congratulations mate !!

However, upon my test drive the car I found turbo lag too high according to my taste in B2B traffic and interior space was much lesser than that of my optra.
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congratz varun..!
cruze does look stunning maan!
Awaiting your intial detailed review
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