Some standard features on the Chevy Cruze hatchback include a 1.4-liter turbo engine with direct injection and stop-start, electric power steering and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
When the 2017 Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback reaches U.S. dealerships this fall, it will come with a starting price of $ 22,190, including a $ 875 destination charge.
The hatchback variant of Chevrolet’s compact car made its U.S. debut at the 2016 Detroit auto show.
Two trim lines will be available, LT and Premier. The Premier starts at $ 24,820, including destination.
An RS package, which features a sportier front and rear fascias, fog lamps and 18-inch wheels, will also be available. RS package pricing will be released closer to production.
Chevrolet has sold a Cruze Hatchback overseas, including China and Australia, since 2011. General Motors says the U.S. market for small hatchbacks grew 9 percent in 2015 vs. a 2.3 percent dip in overall car demand.
The Cruze Hatchback will come with a higher starting price than some of its competition. Chevrolet says the higher price reflects a decision to offer the hatchback with just two trim packages — each with more standard equipment.
The Cruze sedan also offers L and LS packages below the high-end LT trim line.
Some standard features on the hatchback include a 1.4-liter turbo engine with direct injection and stop-start, electric power steering and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
The five-door Mazda3 starts at $ 19,380, including an $ 835 destination charge. The Volkswagen Golf TSI two-door hatch starts at $ 19,315, which includes a $ 820 destination charge.
The Ford Focus SE Hatch starts at $ 19,890, including a $ 875 destination charge.