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2016 Chevrolet Cruze vs 2016 KIA Forte

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Searching for a new car can be tricky with the amount of great choices on the market these days, but some choices are really not so tricky. Between the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze and the 2016 KIA Forte there are some very close similarities, but when it comes down to brass tacks the Cruze comes out on top every time. Check out some of the differences and then check out the Cruze at Weber Chevrolet! It’s not tricky, it’s Chevrolet!

Comfort and Control

While both the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze and the 2016 KIA Forte have a similar sporty, sleek design when you get a closer look you’ll realize the Cruze has a touch more class, and a tad more confidence. Inside is no different as the Cruze offers a more roomy, quieter cabin, and a more ergonomic driving experience, because driving should be fun, not rigid. Test drive a Cruze today at Weber Chevrolet and see how great it is to sink into such a luxurious driver’s seat. It’s like it was made for you.


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Wheels That Never Quit

People always talk about the engine and the torque and the horsepower, and all of that is good, but all of that means nothing without the wheels to take on all that power and energy and make something actually happen. Wheels literally make the car go, and they are one of the most important features of a car. Luckily the Cruze has a great set of wheels. At 16 or 18 inch, the Cruze offers tires that are lower, bigger, and stiffer than the Forte’s making them better on the road as far as traction and general drivability goes. Ever heard that phrase, “The shoes make the man?” Well, in this case it’s the wheels that make the car. And the car that has been made – it’s the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze.

Protection When You Need It Most

The last thing you want to do when you’re hitting the road is worry about your safety, that’s why Chevy and KIA have done the worry for you! Both cars are good picks safety-feature-wise, but the Chevy offers a just a bit more security. The Cruze was awarded five stars in the NHTSA’s front crash rating, meaning the best car you can be in in the unlikely event of a crash would be the Cruze. Check out all the other amazing safety features the Cruze has to offer like rear child comfort-guided seat belts, and an optional Blind-Spot Warning System at Weber Chevrolet and check out your future car!