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Rainsense on Cruze?

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I was just looking at the Autoblog pics from the Cruze press event this last week. I couldn't help but notice a warning light in the gauge cluster that reads "AUTO" and has a windshield logo above it (Picture attached). Did the press release mention anything about Rainsense or is that supposed to be a surprise?

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2009/12/29-la-2011-chevy-cruze.jpg

rainsenselight.jpg

Any thoughts? I figured that if any new GM compact got Rainsense it would be the new Buick.

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I would hope ....Mazda 3 has had a rain sense windsheild for years now .

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I think it's possible to be here for America... the Astra had them... not to mention the gauges are in mph, so I'm assuming that's the American version.

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GM now has a light for Rainsense? Funny, the past few Cadillacs my family has owned had Rainsense with no dash light, and my Aurora has Rainsense with no dash light...

The more tell-tale sign in a small black box affixed to the windshield behind the rearview mirror.

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This is only one of many cheap upscale features they could offer to show the value in spending just a little more for a Chevy over a entry Toyota.

IF they have it else where I see no reason to cut it here unless they were doing fleet vehicles.

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