2016 Holden Cruze Price – The new Holden Cruze range includes three trims for each body style, with the bottom trim being the Z-Series and SRi-Z trims.
The final and final version of Australia’s only local small car will continue to use Holden until the next-generation Korean Cruze sedan arrives in 2017.
2016 Holden Cruze Price
The updated Cruze Equipe features a new 17-inch alloy wheel design and a new character color option, Slipstream Blue. It retains the 1.8-litre petrol engine making 104kW/175Nm, with a choice of a five-speed manual or a six-speed automatic.
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It’s still one of the cheapest small cars you can buy, at $19,890 plus on-road costs or an extra $2,200 for the car.
This variant gets new 17-inch alloys, a rear spoiler, a 7-inch touchscreen with MyLink, Siri voice recognition, leather seats, push-button start and a rear-view camera. There are also Z-Series floor mats, door sills and badges.
The SRi-Z series replaces the SRi-V. It adds 18s, alloy pedals and Z-series trim, along with a body kit and sports suspension. It also comes with a more powerful 132kW/230Nm 1.6 turbo engine, mated to a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.
Cruze Equipe, 1.8-liter (MT), sedan and hatchback – $19,890 Cruze Equipe, 1.8-liter (AT), sedan and hatchback – $22,090
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Cruze Z, 1.8-liter (MT), sedan and hatchback – $22,640 Cruze Z, 1.8-liter (AT), sedan and hatchback – $24,840
Cruze SRi-Z, 1.6-liter (MT), sedan and hatchback – $27,140 Cruze SRi-Z, 1.6-liter (AT), sedan and hatchback – $29,340