In order to attract even more female buyers into their showrooms, Chevrolet updates the car that appeals to them most: the current Trax. Nearly 60 percent of Trax customers are female, the highest percentage in Chevrolet’s entire lineup.
Redesigned for 2017 and priced from $21,895, the Chevrolet Trax boasts a new design inside and out with cargo versatility, while offering a host of new available safety features and a new infotainment system.
Watched from outside we notice the all-new front-end appearance with Chevrolet’s new proportioned dual port grille, sleek halogen headlamps on LT and Premier (halogen reflector projector headlamps on LS), refreshed rear fascia and sculpted taillamps, LED signature lighting on LT and Premier models and new-design 18-inch aluminum wheels on Premier models.
Premium interior centered around the new instrument panel features a new gauge display with analog speedometer and tachometer readouts and digital displays from a standard driver information center, dual cockpit design with chrome accents, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility with new Chevrolet MyLink 7-inch-diagonal color touch radio and keyless open and start.