When gearbox is no longer needed: The ‘cruze’ automatic gearboxes are the new auto-clutch

When the auto- clutch gears are no longer required, the cruze gears become the new automatic gear, and the gearbox gets a new name.

The new gearbox will be the Cruze automatic.

The Cruze is an automatic that is designed to keep gearboxes from falling out of gear in the event of a collision.

It’s got four speed settings, which you can change with the touch of a button.

The Cruze gearbox has been designed to last through the years and the Cruzie automatic has been out for a while.

But cruze is still the name of the automatic gear.

Gearbox manufacturer GTSgear has announced that it is changing the name. 

“We wanted to make sure that we stuck to the name that is currently used by Cruze Auto Clutch and that is a Cruze Automatic,” said Paul Mathers, GTSGear’s chief engineer, in a statement.

“We also wanted to keep the name Cruze, the iconic name of our products.

We’re delighted that the Crux Auto Clutcher name is now used on our new automatic, so it’s going to continue to be Cruze.”

The Crux is the same name as the automatic that was out for nearly two decades.

Gearboxes are still used in other vehicles and for a few of the cars in the Jeep family, including the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Jeep Wrangler and the Jeep Liberty.

But Cruze auto- clutch is the name for the automatic system in all of these vehicles, and that name has stuck for nearly a decade.GTSgear says that they have been using the name “Cruze” since the 1980s and that they’re thrilled that the name is coming back to the Jeep brand.

“It is a big deal to us,” Mather said.

“The Cruzies name has been in our family for decades.

The name is synonymous with our products, and it’s very well known around the Jeep world.”GTS gears have a range of gears ranging from 3,600 rpm to 6,000 rpm, and they can also be set to automatically adjust gear ratios to ensure that the car stays in gear.

Gears are still a part of most Jeep Wranglers, but they’ve been phased out for the Wrangler Renegade and Renegade Titanium. 

It is not the first time that a brand name has changed, and GTS gears are not the only brands to have had their names changed in the past.

Earlier this year, the Dodge Challenger name was changed to “Sierra” by Chrysler.

In 2011, Volkswagen changed the name on the Golf GTI, the last Volkswagen to come with an automatic transmission.

The Golf GTi is the only car to have the automatic transmission option.