Budget analog Chevrolet Cruze went on saleApril 12, 2020
The model is called Monza and will be offered in the automotive market of China.
The American concern General Motors has announced the start of sales of the Chevrolet Monza. Such information appeared on Sunday, April 12. Recall that the model is an analogue of the latest generation Chevrolet Cruze sedan, though more budget. The car debuted 2 years ago, and now an updated version has been released. The novelty is slightly inferior in size to the Chevrolet Cruze – its length is 4 630 mm (-30 mm), and the wheelbase is 60 mm shorter – 2 640 mm. The changes in the exterior turned out to be rather cosmetic – two new body colors will be available to customers.
Inside the car there are decorative lining made of plastic, which are used to customize the car. Also, better materials were used for interior decoration. Also available for purchase are sports modifications called Monza Redline and Monza RS – they received the original design of the rims with a glossy effect, as well as a redesigned radiator grille and side mirrors. The interior of these versions is distinguished by faux leather trim and contrasting stitching.
In the basic version, a 1.5-liter naturally aspirated engine with a return of 114 hp is used as a motor, and the sports Monza RS is equipped with a 1.4-liter turbo engine with a power of 150 hp.
In tandem with a power plant, 6-speed manual transmission or automatic transmission for the same number of stages works, depending on the configuration. The updated car received an expanded set of security systems – we highlight the adaptive cruise control, automatic braking system and all-round cameras.
The basic version of the Chevrolet Monza in China can be bought for 83,900 yuan, and for the maximum modification official dealers ask for 117,900 yuan. This is significantly cheaper than the cost of the Chevrolet Cruze, for the starting version of which they are now asking for 100,900 yuan.
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