What are the problems with Holden Cruze?
Other Holden Cruze Faults. Signs of a PCV failure are oil leaks, pressure, sludgy build up and poor driving performance. Usually there will be a presence of oil in the cooling system. The engine ECU is located under the bonnet.
Does a Holden Cruze have a timing belt or chain?
With the 1.4 turbo petrol engine this particular engine is run by a timing chain.
Is the Holden Cruze 2014 Good?
2014 Holden Cruze SRi-V JH Series II This car was fuel efficient and fast for a 4 cylinder, the mylink system was a dream to use, the car was stylish and the climate control and heated seats were just a delight. I had a manual and it was very fun to drive, great handling and felt safe on the road.
Is the Cruze reliable?
The Chevy Cruze ranks at a 4.0 out of 5.0 for reliability, making it above average for reliability. It also has an annual repair cost of about $545, which is much lower than average ownership costs on other vehicles.
What engine is in a Holden Cruze?
Given the model designation JG, the Holden Cruze was launched with the 1.8-liter petrol engine and optional 2.0-liter turbodiesel. Both engines are mated to the five-speed manual transmission or optional six-speed automatic.
Where is Holden Cruze 2014 made?
2014 HOLDEN CRUZE – OVERVIEW The Holden Cruze was first introduced locally in 2009, and since 2011, it has been built right here in Australia.
What fuel does a 2014 Holden Cruze take?
Holden Cruze 2014 Fuel consumption The Holden Cruze is available with the following fuel types: Diesel and ULP.
Is Holden Cruze fuel efficient?
Holden Cruze 2011 Fuel consumption The Holden Cruze currently offers fuel consumption from 5.6 to 7.5L/100km.
Are Barinas good cars?
Simple, stylish, economical and very reliable With 120,000km my 2012 TM Holden Barina hatch has never missed a beat. Parts are super cheap and the engine is very fuel efficient. A great zippy vehicle for around town trips yet roomy enough for weekend getaways with luggage.
What kind of engine does the MY14 Holden Cruze have?
Those familiar with the Aussie made Holden Cruzes will recognise three engines from the Series II range – the 1.4-litre iTi and 1.8-litre petrol engines, and 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel. Now the MY14 Cruze introduces an additional engine, a 1.6-litre turbo-petrol unit which is standard in the SRi and SRi-V sport models.
Is the 2014 Holden Cruze a new benchmark for 2014?
Nobody can accuse GM Holden of relaxing on the Cruze. Indeed, the Aussie auto maker has set a new benchmark with its 2014 version of the small sedan and hatchback. (American companies traditionally release their new models eight months before the start of the year, hence the MY14 designation that may appear odd to Australians.)
What makes the MY14 Holden Cruze the top ANCAP crash-rated car?
Six airbags-driver, front passenger, front side and curtain – and collapsible pedal release system, together with a sturdy passenger shell, have helped earn the MY14 Holden Cruze the top five-star ANCAP crash rating.
Is the Holden Cruze an Australian-built car?
Holden’s Cruze became an Australian-built car in early 2011 and has prospered since. Upgrades for the 2014 model enhance the driving experience, lower its price and add more features.