Under the skin, the Chevrolet Cruze estate was pretty much the same as the Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer estate. It competed with the Hyundai i30 Tourer and Volkswagen Golf Estate in the small family estate car market. We say 'competed,' because as of 2015, you can no longer buy one in the UK as a result of Chevrolet's decision to stop selling cars in Europe.
The Chevrolet Cruze SW was offered with a choice of four engines, but we'd recommend going for the 1.7-litre VCDi diesel, because it provided decent fuel economy and felt alert on the road.
Interior space didn't compare brilliantly in terms of space when compared to other estates, but Chevrolet was generous with the equipment and accessories for the list price. The Chevrolet Cruze Station Wagon estate came in three main specifications: entry-level LS, mid-range LT and top-of-the-range LTZ.
Read on to see what we said about the Chevrolet Cruze estate in 2014...