I'd Be Really Surprised If You Can Get A Kit For This Car.
I looked into putting a kit on a car I was looking to purchase, recently. I have to have cruise. It wasn't going to happen. Even if I could find one, everybody advised against it. I passed on the car. It was a deal killer.
However, I had some kind of a Sears aftermarket cruise that was on an old Aires I bought. It worked great for the many years we owned that car. It seems the newer cars now present more of a challenge and there are more lawyers now looking for money.
By the way, when I was much younger, we would make our own cruise with a tennis racket or window scraper wedged between the seat and gas pedal. It was usually just for long trips of say 1,300 miles, straight through. It wasn't real great on hills, up or down, or in heavy traffic. I don't do that any more at all and I don't recommend it to anyone. Don't ask why.