Review of the Chevrolet Trax 1.8L SUV


An affordable crossover SUV – sized to feel above the ground, yet compact enough for easy maneuverability. Competing with the likes of the Ford EcoSport, Hyundai Creta and the Mazda CX-3. This is bigger than those cars but smaller than the Toyota Rav4, Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, Kia Sportage and Hyundai Tucson

Key Features
Seating Capacity: 5
No Of Doors: 4
Airbags: 2
Transmission mode: Automatic
Driving: Front Wheel
Safety: NHTSA 5/5
AUX-In: Yes
USB-In: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes
Cruise control: Yes
Rear parking sensors: Yes
Rear parking camera: No
Front and Side sensors: No
IsoFix/LATCH seats: Yes
Seat: Fabric
Sunroof: No
Fold down second row: No
Third row seating: Yes
Rear A/C Vents: No
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Reasons for it

Packed with entertainment features

Cruise control and parking sensors come as standard

Superior value for money in its class

Surprisingly powerful

(We love this car)

Reasons against it

Relatively limited trunk space

Stiff suspension can be too tough on rough roads

Full Review

Creature Comforts Galore: The Chevrolet Trax delivers great power and space with a relatively long list of creature comforts. It ain’t bad to look at either. Key benefits include a thoughtful interior design as well as a great sound system, and key features such as bluetooth connectivity, rear parking sensors and cruise control. This a great rental car or long term lease car for those looking for the safety of an SUV, but wish remain in the economy segment. Not to mention, it has lots of storage space. Read our full review here.

Perfect for

City commuters who want a good-feeling, feature-packed SUV at a budget

Review of the Chevrolet Trax 1.8L SUV
Review of the Chevrolet Trax 1.8L SUV
Review of the Chevrolet Trax 1.8L SUV

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