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Restyled 2017 Chevrolet Trax Features More Technology

Restyled 2017 Chevrolet Trax Features More Technology

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.

Photo Credit: Chevrolet