This Cruze Eco model is the lightweight, no spare tire, lightweight rims, built in aerodynamic variation blades in the grill to vary the amount of air into the radiator and lessen the drag coefficient when at higher speeds.
It's all made to get you better gas mileage than the ridiculously twice as expensive hybrid cars... no joke.
I spent all day cleaning and detailing the interior, a couple months ago and haven't driven it much since. It looks nearly as good as the day I got it from Courtesy Chevrolet here in San Diego's Mission Valley, last April.
It has a dash pad to keep the sun from damaging the dash, and the front seat had covers on til April, 1000 miles ago.
XM/Sirius, all the AC/PS/PB stuff, USB link and Blutooth link from your cell to the car stereo, the back seat has never been used, nothing's ever been spilled in it, and it's got all the paperwork from the dealership since day one. Window sticker, booklets for all the OnStar, XM/Sirius, etc etc.
1.4 liter turbo engine, 6 speed manual with overdrive, front wheel drive with traction control, and here is the PRAISE from Car and Driver magazine http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2011-chevrolet-cruze-eco-drive-chevy-cruze-review on a drive from Los Angeles to San Diego in a manual-equipped Eco, the (probably optimistic) trip computer showed an average of 43.8 mpg, with most of our cruising done at 80 mph with the air conditioning on
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to buy it, this car is financed through GM Financial / Ally whatever they call themselves, and if you have good credit like I do, I'd guess you'd get the 2.9 % I did.