The Chevy Trax is the second small CUV from General Motors and offers many of the advantages of the Buick Encore at a lower price. What do you need to know before you buy a Chevrolet Trax? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
They say that there are no truly bad new cars anymore, and with the redesign of the Smart ForTwo that might actually be true. But that doesn’t mean that all new car choices equal a great bang for your buck. Case in point: the 2015 Chevrolet Trax, Chevy’s new mini-crossover.
It has 138 horsepower, a six-speed automatic, airbags everywhere, a big touchscreen with Siri and Wi-Fi for all seven of your smartphones. This is the 2015 Chevrolet Trax, the workin' man's version of the Buick Encore, in a nutshell.
[Damn, the Chevy Trax launch at Beijing was swagged out. They even had a Transformer. If anyone has video of this dance, e-mail tips at jalopnik dot com. Photo but not caption via AP.]
Have you ever wanted the fancy Buick Encore but don't want your neighbors to think you're some kind of hoity-toity fuckin' millionaire? Chevy has got you covered, because the Chevrolet Trax is coming to America!