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Holden Cruze

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Holden designers had set to work on the Suzuki Swift (HT51S), creating new sheetmetal, and providing a small urban runabout to complement its increasingly Opel-derived range in the early 2000s. Launched first as the Chevrolet Cruze, it became a Holden in 2002, but was deleted after a few years. The name was revived for its own version of the Daewoo Lacetti (J300) after Holden began sourcing most of its small cars from Daewoo of Korea. The second Cruze eventually joined its larger models by being built in Australia, and was deleted in 2016.



Marque: Holden | Predecessor: Holden Astra | Successor: Holden Astra





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