New Chevy Trax Details

Chevy TraxSmall SUVs are on their way in force with the likes of the 2015 Chevrolet Trax and other soon-to-be-released competitors, including the 2015 Jeep Renegade and 2015 Honda HR-V. The Trax, which is based on Chevrolet’s subcompact Sonic sedan and hatchback, goes on sale in January 2015 and will start at $20,995, with a destination charge, for an entry-level front-wheel-drive LS trim.

Already existing competitors like the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and Nissan Juke are priced at $20,445 and $19,980, respectively. All-wheel drive is available in LS, LT and LTZ trim levels for an additional $1,500, making the Trax Chevrolet’s least-expensive all-wheel-drive model. With its January introduction, we’re sure all-wheel drive will be much appreciated by snow-belt buyers.

The Trax’s standard feature set consists of a backup camera, six-speed automatic transmission, voice-activate multimedia system with USB port and more. A pricing breakdown of the trim levels and optional equipment isn’t available at the moment, but available features include remote start, OnStar 4G LTE wireless connectivity with Wi-Fi hotspot, satellite radio and Siri Eyes Free for compatible Apple iOS devices.

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  1. […] Don’t worry, you probably couldn’t have bought one anyway. Yet, it is a little sad for me, many of you have asked me about getting one of the cute little SUVs. Chevrolet is ending U.S. sales of the Captiva Sport, a rental car special that it’s offered as a fleet-only vehicle since the 2012 model year. The compact crossover was a reboot of the Saturn Vue, which had been discontinued with that brand in 2010. Production of the vehicle under the Chevrolet Captiva name continued in Mexico for sale there and in other markets, however, so when Chevy faced the happy problem of high retail demand for the Equinox, it brought the old car back to the U.S. for commercial buyers. It’s a strategy aimed at keeping the value-sapping stigma of rental car or municipal motor pool duty off of a new, popular vehicle, while still being able to supply tens of thousands of cars to willing customers. A similar plan is currently in place for the Chevrolet Impala, which was redesigned for 2014. The last generation of the model has been rebranded as the Impala Limited and will offered through Chevy’s fleet division until 2016. In the case of the Captiva Sport, nearly 120,000 were sold over the past two and a half years, but just 42 were delivered in September as sales wound down. A GM spokesperson tells that “with new entries like the Chevrolet Trax and current products; Chevrolet Equinox, GMC Terrain and the Buick Encore, we are confident that GM’s Fleet and Commercial Customers have sufficient product choices to meet their needs and demands.” International travelers can rejoice, however, as the Captiva will continue to live on outside of the USA. If you want info on the new Chevy Trax click here: TRAX […]

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