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2018 Chevy Trax trim levels make it possible for you to own and love a small SUV in the city! Three different models, plus the option for front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, give you everything you want in a fun, agile vehicle. It’s built just right for packing your gear while fitting into tight squeezes. Athletic, sporty, and flexible with cargo space, the Trax is ready to go whenever you are. All this, combined with a powerful, energetic performance, make the Trax an ideal solution for city driving and long commutes from the burbs.
Surprising perks come with the base Trax, like a 1.4L ECOTEC® turbo engine, remote keyless entry, rear vision camera, and available built-in Wi-Fi.
The LT trim amps it up with halogen projector-type headlamps, LED tail lamps, remote start, cruise control, and available power sunroof.
The Premier has a wealth of standard safety technology, including Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning, plus keyless open, keyless start, and fog lamps.
The all-wheel drive Trax is perfect for snowy, icy Michigan winters with its powerful traction and grip capabilities, making it safer and easy to maneuver.
If you’re looking at the Chevy Trax, then you probably already know that in addition to its generous feature selection, it’s quite aggressively priced. The LS begins at $21,000, and the highest-end Premier’s MSRP is well under $30,000, with a number of accessory options you can add, like larger wheels and a Bose® Premium sound system.
There’s something about the Trax’s performance that just makes it different, starting with its energy and responsiveness. That’s why it’s so agile, and it’s always fun to drive, even in traffic. No matter which Trax you choose, you’re assured of 138 hp and 148 lb-ft of torque, plus a smooth ride due to an electronically controlled transmission. Stabilitrak® Electronic Stability Control activates automatically if it senses that you’re not headed in the direction you intended and employs the brakes and traction control to keep you stable.