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Riding the crest of a fast-growing new vehicle category, the Chevrolet Trax combines lots of features in a small package aimed at young buyers on a budget. Coming to the U.S. after going on sale in more than 60 countries, the 2015 Trax will help introduce Americans to the subcompact crossover SUV, a class pioneered here by the Nissan Juke and soon to be joined by entries from Honda, Fiat, Jeep, and Mazda. A range of hands-free digital tech, including Siri and on-board internet access, plus a high seating position and an easy-to-park size, are among the new Chevy’s lures to its target audience of Generation Y urbanites.
Combining the latest technology with compact car agility, the 2015 Chevrolet Trax is much more than just a vehicle for urban cruising.
Chevrolet recently unveiled the 2015 Trax as a vehicle that possesses the utility of an SUV and the smooth handling of smaller vehicle that deliver impressive fuel economy. The 2015 Chevrolet Trax allows urban residents to enjoy the frills of their connected lives by including 4G LTE Wi-Fi and Siri Eyes Free technology inside of a highly durable vehicle that delivers a segment leading 34 miles per gallon on the highway.
Targeted for release in early 2015, the 2015 Trax should gain a strong foothold in the rapidly growing small-SUV segment. The combination SUV-compact vehicle has generated more than 180,000 unit sales in 66 global markets since the start of 2013. Chevrolet touts the robust sales by emphasizing 20 ways the Chevrolet Tax make sits mark on the automotive industry.
The 2015 Trax includes a flat folding rear seat that provides owners with the flexibility to store more cargo or carry more passengers. Chevrolet has designed the small SUV to seat up to five adults, while still allowing storage for large items that measure up to eight feet long. Nearly 50 cubic feet of cargo space gives Trax owners more storage space than the storage space of the Nissan Juke. Fifteen interior storage compartments provide passengers with easy access to their electronic devices.
Chevrolet’s proprietary MyLink infotainment system integrates personal and professional functions into a seamless network that Trax owners can customize to match their technology needs. The mobile wireless hub allows for multiple personal devices that include laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Automotive industry analysts have praised the 2015 Trax for providing drivers with hands-free phone technology, which ensures drivers keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.
With 138 horsepower and 148 pounds-feet of torque, the 2015 Chevrolet Trax provides more power than the typical compact car, without depleting the monthly fuel budget. The all-wheel drivetrain gives the small SUV outstanding traction on the slickest roads. Chevrolet engineers designed the Trax to include the MacPherson strut front suspension and compound crank rear suspension system that provides unmatched balanced and handling.
During the unveiling of the 2015 Trax, Chevrolet officials stressed that value remains the cornerstone of the 20 ways the all-new Chevrolet Trax makes its mark. Starting just of $20,000 all of the Trax trims comes with power locks, USB ports, and the segment exclusive rearview camera system. Chevrolet promotes the industry leading safety features found in the 2015 Trax, such as side curtain airbags, electronic stability control, and rear park assist.
Owners should enjoy the 20th way the all-new Chevrolet Trax makes its mark. Chevrolet offers several peace of mind warranties that bolsters the compact SUV’s reliability and performance.