Our favorite cabin was the leather-lined Chevrolet Cruze Premier. “It’s very rich with high-contrast black/butterscotch treatment and two-tone stitching,” Markus said. “The use of chrome and piano black heightens the impression of class-above luxe and also whispers all-American.” MacKenzie wasn’t convinced by “an excessive and at times clumsy use of very shiny chrome.” Alisa Priddle noted the nice phone holder with wireless charging. “That kind of touch, along with the Wi-Fi hot spot, the only one in the group, wins over young buyers,” she said. “Rear passengers get special treatment, as well, with heated seats and a 12-volt outlet.” It wasn’t perfect, though, as the driver’s seat back rocked minutely but perceptibly on its hinges, and the seat belt mount isn’t adjustable for height. Shorter drivers will find it uncomfortably high on their necks.