Chevy Trax - Should you consider?

The 3 major categories of Compact Utility Vehicles are: Better performance in challenging conditions, sport styling and increased passenger/cargo space. Chevrolet Trax scores in all 3 categories.

Trim Levels:
1. LS - Base
2. LT - Upgraded
3. Premier - Top of the line
All 3 trims are available in Front Wheel or All Wheel Drive.

1. LED Daytime running lights
2. Roof racks for added storage
3. Push button start

The Trax went from 0 to 60 in 8.8 seconds and covered the 1/4 mile in 17 seconds at 92 miles per hour. The trax has a passing time of 6.5 seconds.

Fuel Economy:
The front wheel drive Trax is rated at 25 miles per gallon city, 33 miles per gallon on the highway. The all wheel drive is rated at 24 city, 30 highway.

Inside you'll find mixed-media upholstery and tasteful patterns, contributing to the LT trim's more upscale appeal. This model also happens to have 2 USB ports, plenty of LCD screens let you know what's going on, especially the standard 7 inch. touch screen display with integrated Apple Car Play and Android Auto. The Trax even has GM's built-in 4G LTE wifi. The rear seats are plenty spacious, and there's even a 120V plug for your passengers to plug their electronic devices into. Fold down the rear seats, and the Trax can easily accommodate items up to 8 feet long with the front passenger seat folded down!

If you drive on rough roads regularly, you'll certainly appreciate the Trax's raised ride height as you travel over potholes. A vehicle with raised height, all weather performance of an SUV, storage capacity and maneuverability of a compact hatchback, the Chevy Trax is definitely worth your time.

Watch Chevrolet Trax VehiclesTEST video review here.