Women like the Chevrolet Trax. That’s what Chevy’s research shows them, anyway. Nearly 60 percent of Trax customers are female – the highest percentage in Chevrolet’s entire lineup.
Chevrolet’s redesigned the 2017 compact crossover. It’s getting a new look, plus more tech and safety features (though the press release doesn’t say what those new safety features are.) The 2017 model starts at $22,790, including destination and handling.
The new Trax comes with a new front-end with Chevrolet’s dual port grille. A dual cockpit design features chrome accents. It also comes with a new infotainment system. It connects to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto through Chevrolet MyLink. There is also a new gauge display with analog speedometer and tachometer readouts.
Here’s what else is new:
- Halogen headlamps on LT, Premier (halogen reflector projector headlamps on LS)
- Refreshed rear fascia and sculpted taillamps
- LED signature lighting on LT, Premier
- Keyless open and start
- New-design 18-inch aluminum wheels on Premier models
The Trax comes in three trims: LS, LT and Premier (which replaces the LTZ model.)
It goes on sale this fall.