Four Reasons to Buy a Chevy Cruze

 

Word on the street is that the Chevy Cruze is a big deal. But we know that the proof is in the pudding. If you’ve got the Chevy Cruze on your mind, take a look at the facts. Here are four reasons to buy a Chevy Cruze.

Buy a Chevy Cruze

It’s Versatile

A good car offers balance, and the Chevy Cruze has a little bit of everything. It’s sporty and elegant, efficient and powerful. Plus, for the first time ever, the 2017 Chevy Cruze is available in a hatchback style which offers up to 47.2 cubic feet of cargo space.

 

It’s Efficient

Whether you’re taking it on a trip across the country, or driving it within the city limits, the Chevy Cruze will sip the gas. At an EPA-estimated 40 mpg on the highway and 28 mpg city, you’ll fill up less in this sedan.

 

It Offers the Latest Tech

Every 2017 Chevy Cruze is generously equipped with the standard Chevy MyLink infotainment system and a seven-inch touch to control it. With smartphone compatibility and available Wi-Fi, the Cruze keeps you connected.

 

It’s Small

When you’re inside of the comfortable cabin, you might forget just how small the Cruze is. But its size makes this car maneuverable and easy to park. Paired with the powerful turbocharged engine in the Chevy Cruze, you’re in for a zippy ride.

Throw a Mardi Gras Party

Why wait until Halloween or New Year’s Eve to throw your next big party? Mardi Gras is a world-wide celebration that takes place the day before Ash Wednesday. Take a cue from New Orleans, who has been celebrating this day since the 1700s, and throw a festive and traditional Mardi Gras party.
Mardi Gras Party

First you’ll want to set the mood. Decorate your party space as elaborately as possible with purple, green and gold streamers, feathers and balloons. Don’t forget the beads, a staple part of every Mardi Gras shindig.

Masquerade masks are also synonymous with Mardi Gras. Start the party off by having guests decorate their own party masks using paint, sequins, ribbons, and feathers. Play some traditional New Orleans jazz in the background – Dancing is encouraged!

You may have a guest who comes to your Mardi Gras party just for the food. Don’t be offended—at Mardi Gras (which translates to Fat Tuesday!) food is half of the celebration. Serve cajun favorites like beans and rice or finger-food sized po’boys. And don’t forget the King’s Cake! No Mardi Gras is complete without it, and your guests will love searching for the hidden trinket baked inside. Whoever finds it is promised good luck throughout the year, something everyone could use.