The first photographs of General Motors Corp.’s all-new Chevrolet Cruze global compact sedan evokes a strong reaction from industry observers and insiders alike. “It looks really quite good, as good as GM led us to believe. A handsome car,” says Ed Kim, director-industry analysis at AutoPacific, which provides marketing- and product- consulting services to the auto industry. “The key will be if it gets the same interior as Europe,” Kim tells Ward’s. “But with a 1.4L direct-injection ...

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