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      John Goreham
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    • By Gorehamj
      The Cruze hatch will be pretty much the same car as the 2016 Cruze sedan, but with a different rear end and dramatically more cargo flexibility. Behind the tailgate is 22.7 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seat. With that rear seat folded, cargo space increases to 47.2 cubic feet. However, it is the ability to use the height of the read cargo area that matters to actual customers.

      Chevy says the Cruze Hatch will be available in LT and Premier trims, and with the RS package. It is scheduled to arrive in the fall of this year.
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