At a presentation for the new Chevrolet Cruze diesel, the brand announced that every Chevy Cruze across the lineup is getting some enhancements for 2014 to help increase mpg ratings.
All Cruze models are adopting some of the fuel-saving tidbits that are at work on the Cruze Eco, specifically, underbody panels that make the car more aerodynamic.
Currently the Cruze Eco achieves an EPA rated 33 mpg combined, while the similarly equipped standard Cruze gets 30 mpg combined. At the low end, the 1.8-liter equipped automatic transmission Cruze only gets 27 mpg combined, which we expect will slightly improve when the EPA releases its 2014 ratings.
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