The Cruze's has the potential to look unfortunate in anything but a top-level model. I'm picturing it in gray or beige and the look just isn't working.
The Fiesta, on the other hand, will likely look unfortunate in all versions. But while I predict the base Cruzes will be unattractive but generally inoffensive, the Fiesta just looks silly.
The Fiesta has Push Button Start... FTW....
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Yep, they both look pretty darn good to me.
Okay, who copied off who?!
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The Caddy....err Chevy wins hands down. The Ford looks a little too futuristic and non functional to me. The Fiesta would look nice in a concept, but looks unrealistic to me.
They are both damn nice.
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I'd take both as well. I do have to agree with ifcar, I can picture them both in rental-riffic grey and beige, and it's gonna serve a huge helping of nasty on both.
Both are sharp!
they both look great BUT they are in different classes.
Why compare a compact to a subcompact?
The Fiesta is a smaller car with a lower price-point compared to the Chevy Cruze.
What's next? Honda Civic vs. Nissan Maxima?
Last edited by genjy; 08-25-2008 at 08:31 PM.
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