2015 Chevy Trax review
Our 2015 Chevy Trax review features an in-depth interview and walk-around analysis by John Rotu, the lead engineer of the vehicle. This car was originally designed for Europe and it’s currently being sold in countries like Canada and Mexico with quite success. Now the compact SUV or compact crossover is being sold in the USA showrooms.
Take a look at our 2015 Chevrolet Trax review video and you will get the best perspective of what the vehicle has to offer from the lead main engineer himself. The Chevrolet Trax is going after affordable small crossovers such as the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, and Nissan Juke.
This 2015 Chevy Trax review will cover design cues, styling, versatility features, technology, built in hotspot, powertrain and price. The small SUV is designed to appeal to drivers that love cool styling, practicality and connectivity inside. The trax shares Buick’s Encore chassis and powertrain.
The standard turbocharged 1.4L ECOTEC engine runs on city streets and zooms on the open road with EPA-estimated 34 MPG highway fuel economy. In our 2015 Chevy Trax review the engineer will talk about how you will stay connected with available built-in OnStar 4G LTE and grounded with available on demand All-Wheel Drive (AWD). Its right-sized physique provides the elevated visibility of a small SUV with the parking ease of a compact car. Athletic design cues reflect its nimble performance while the eye-catching wheel flares, swept-back headlamps and signature Chevrolet dual-port grille and bowtie badge round out the look. It takes street style to a whole new level. The horsepower is 138, but it’s the 148 lb.-ft. of torque that makes the Trax small SUV so responsive.
With its high-strength steel safety cage and 10 standard air bags, including side-impact and knee air bags, Trax helps keep you and your passengers out of harm’s way. Not only that, the 2015 Trax received a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score for safety from the NHTSA and is an IIHS 2015 Top Safety Pick.
Price will be around $21k to start.