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The run-up leading to the 2012 Geneva Motor Show is becoming fast and feverish and now, Chevrolet is joining the party with preparations for the unveiling of the Chevrolet Cruze Wagon.

They’ve just offered the first look at the vehicle, although it’s not much of a look considering that it’s one image of the rear end of the car. Nonetheless, it does give us a good idea of the extended wheelbase of the Cruze Wagon, as well as the accompanying new rear styling of the vehicle.

Not much has gone in the way of details, but the wagon variant does follow in the footsteps of the sedan and hatchback versions, which have become popular sellers since the model was launched a few years ago.

As far as aesthetics go, the Cruze Wagon measures 4,675 mm (184.1 inches) in length, with a total storage space of 500 liters (146.5 cubic feet) to the window line and nearly 1,500 liters (424.5 cubic feet) up to the roof top with the rear seats folded down. In terms of design, the Cruze Wagon has a remodeled front fascia, modified head-lamp interiors and fog lamps, new wheel styles, and as with most wagons go, there’s also the presence of roof racks. For the interior, Cruze models get refinements to the center console and a greater choice of seat finishes, as well as keyless entry and MyLink, a brand-new Chevrolet infotainment system. MyLink connects with your smartphone to display personal playlists, photo galleries, phone books, videos, and other stored media and data to a seven-inch diagonal high-resolution full-color touch-screen.

The Chevrolet Cruze Wagon, as with all of the Cruze variants, will be powered by a range of engines, including the current 1.6L and 1.8L gasoline engines, a new 1.4L turbo gasoline, a new 1.7L diesel, and an improved 2.0L diesel engine.

All the official numbers, as well as the full details surrounding the Cruze Wagon will be divulged at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned!


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  (401) posted on 02.21.2012

The Chevrolet was cool in its angle. It was pleasantly furnished. It’s not that bad to have a horsepower of hundred and sixty-one.

  (320) posted on 02.20.2012

Wow, try to focus on the technological equipment and gadget that this car possessed. It has a lot to boast about like infotainment system, MyLink that was connected with smart phones and seven inch full-color touch screen.

  (365) posted on 02.15.2012

Wow! This is very refreshing yet sophisticated on looks. This model is suitable for family who plans to have a vacation trip.

  (428) posted on 02.14.2012

Wow! Chevrolet is going to join the party at Geneva Motor Show. I’m sure many preparations will do about this concept. Moreover, the image of this car is very appealing and somehow an adventurous one.

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