In the fine tradition of the Celebrity Wagon, the Bow Tie brand brings you this: The 2012 Chevrolet Cruze Wagon.

We kid, but in all honesty, the Cruze Wagon isn't just a more utilitarian take on one of our favorite C-segmenters – it's an attractive one to boot.

And speaking of boots, the Cruze wagon uses its extra inches to good effect, expanding the cargo capacity of the standard sedan and hatchback models to 17.6 cubic feet with the rear seats in place and blowing out to 52.9 inches with the rear thrones folded flat.

Chevrolet MyLink comes along for the ride, and in Europe, buyers get a choice of three gasoline engines and two diesels. But here in the U.S. we get nothing. Chevy has no plans to bring the Cruze Wagon to the States.


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      who_the
      • 2 Years Ago
      Looks fantastic. Like a Subaru Outback wagon in back but smaller. Sell it here GM. DO IT.
      th0mb0ne
      • 2 Years Ago
      Looks a little bland to me, but the Cruze looks better in person, so I'll give it the benefit of the doubt. Either way, this thing should be sold in NA.....at the very least Canada, where there are considerably more wagons and hatches than down south.
      QCRamAir
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'm in the market for a 4-cylinder wagon with a manual transmission, and if Chevy brings this over, I'll gladly put my name on some papers. It's certainly not the most attractive wagon, as there are some truely good lookers lately, but this is "good enough" and if it returns 40+ MPG (say, an Eco model), I'll be perfectly happy.
      Blake
      • 2 Years Ago
      God damn it chevy. Bring that sucker over here!
      Dodge_driver
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'd like a wagon for my next car as a more fuel-efficient alternative to a minivan or SUV. Too bad this one won't be available.
      Nick Stürtz
      • 2 Years Ago
      Dear Average American Car Buyer: Thanks for shunning wagons and hatches so that great cars like this will never be brought here. Ass. Sincerely, A Wagon/Hatch (but not SUV) Lover.
      Jeff Tripp
      • 2 Years Ago
      Hi, GM? I want one...please!
      CJ Irwin
      • 2 Years Ago
      wow, Chevy, u almost gained my approval and liking again, then i rembered, wait a minute, i live in 2012 when the auto industry is about getting peoples hopes up just to crush them, and SURPRISE SURPRRISE its not available in the US. Shocker, at this rate i A FIFTEEN YEAR OLD am on the brink of deciding to never buy a new car, the prices are to high, the build quality is subpar, there are little or no options for me to choose from, and i cant seem to find a car that really makes me want to buy it based on looks. SMH
      Avinash Machado
      • 2 Years Ago
      Hope GM will reconsider.
      Smitty
      • 2 Years Ago
      For the life of me I can't understand why we can't get this in the USA. Even with a gas engine, but better yet with the diesel. Maybe Sergio will do something for us with the new Dart or bring the Alfa Giulietta wagon here. We can only hope.
      regionrat
      • 2 Years Ago
      Ya know what I think would work selling this to Americans? Bringing it here and being totally unabashed about the fact that it's a wagon. I mean, Chevy and Ford do nothing BUT old-fashioned, good-ol'-days "reminder" ads. And that would fit perfectly for this market. "This is a wagon. We're not afraid to call it a wagon." *old footage of road trips in wagons* It's exactly the kind of apple pie marketing they love so much!
      Justin
      • 2 Years Ago
      Apparently the US isn't actually as serious about mpg as we claim to be, as we would apparently rather have a 32 mpg Equinox than a 40 mpg Cruze wagon.
        QCRamAir
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Justin
        Or the countless other SUVs/crossovers that are making a huge deal about getting low-mid 20's for MPG. Give me a wagon any day.
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