GM Holden begins production of an all-new Cruze hatchback designed and engineered for Australian motorists, with sales set to launch Nov. 8. Cruze Program Engineering Manager Peter Siablis, attending the start of hatch production, says it has been fine-tuned for Australian driving styles and road conditions. “We clocked up a further 87,500 miles (140,000 km) testing the new Cruze hatch on local roads, which helped us develop a number of enhancements for the hatch which we’ve also ...
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