We're happy it will be treated like a star.
June 13, 2019
By: Anthony Karr
In March this year, General Motors pulled the plug of the Chevrolet Cruze. The economy car fell victim of the booming SUV and crossover segment, which also annihilated models like the Ford Taurus, soon to be joined by the Fusion. It’s sad to see such models leaving the industry, but at least now we know the last produced Cruze will be treated like a star. Because it deserves it.
According to a new report by WKBN, brought to our attention by GM Authority, the very last Cruze, a while LS sedan, was purchased by John Kufleitner, the owner of a Fiat-Chrysler dealership in Columbiana, Ohio. While the vehicle is currently sitting on his dealer lot, it will soon join his collection of classic and significant cars for the industry in Salem.
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