You get height and reach adjustment for both the seat and the steering wheel, so you can tailor your driving position to suit you. However, the strangely shaped seat is short on lower back support. All the various switches and gizmos are easy to find and operate, and while rear visibility isn't as good as you get in most hatchbacks, it's not bad for a small saloon.
Chevrolet Cruze space & practicality
The back seats have a decent amount of legroom, but the sloping roofline means headroom is a little tight. A narrow cabin and chunky centre tunnel also mean that carrying three across the rear bench is best avoided. The Cruze gives you a fairly big boot to stash your stuff in, plus split folding rear seats to extend it if the need arises. The saloon bodystyle means a narrow opening, though, so it can't give you the practicality that a hatchback can.
Chevrolet Cruze equipment
The Cruze comes stuffed with luxury kit as standard, including alloys, remote locking, cruise control, automatic lights and wipers, four electric windows, climate control, a USB socket and parking sensors. You can also add sat-nav and leather trim as options, but at this money, you might expect them as standard.