Here’s the boost you need to get up and going. Trax has a standard 1.4L turbocharged ECOTEC® engine that gives you plenty of performance pep and offers up to an estimated 33 MPG highway. And, if you really want to get a solid grip on the road (or your day), available AWD helps to prevent wheel slip and enhance efficiency.
Trax comes with a fully independent suspension that is tuned for a smooth ride and optimum handling.
Available halogen projector with signature LED daytime running lamps.
Of course, you’re into your car. But your car should really be into you. Chevrolet MyLink® and available built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi® make it easy for you to stay connected. Plus, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility help make your car even more compatible with your life.
This small SUV offers eight different seating arrangements and room for items as long as 8 feet when the front passenger seat is folded down. There’s so much space and versatility, you might be able to fit your entire closet back there.
The open and spacious front and rear seating, dual-cockpit cabin design along with the 7-inch diagonal touch-screen with available phone integration helps make comfort and convenience a priority.
With Automatic Crash Response, built-in sensors can automatically detect when the air bags deploy and alert an OnStar® Advisor (if equipped), who is connected to your Trax to see if you need help. Even if you don’t respond, an OnStar® Advisor can use GPS technology to pinpoint your exact location and request that emergency help is sent right away.
Trax features 10 air bags and smart sensors designed to adjust frontal air bag inflation according to the severity of a crash. The high-strength steel safety cage helps shield and protect you and your passengers.
Standard on Premier, this system provides a warning (via a sound and an indicator in the instrument cluster) if the vehicle is crossing a detected lane marking without using a turn signal.
Using ultrasonic sensors, available Rear Park Assist senses stationary objects, warns you if an object is too close, and uses guiding lines on the rear vision camera screen to help when backing up.