About Chevrolet Trax Reviews From Van Chevrolet
If you're not the type who likes to sit at home on weekends, Trax is likely a great match for your needs. It's built for those who like to get out and go, with roomy seating for up to four friends and a flexible cargo layout. In fact, when you're rolling solo its 60/40-split-folding rear-seat setup offers a generous max cargo area with 48.4 cubic feet for you to fill up, making it easy to stow a surfboard or perhaps a vintage dresser from your favorite antique shop.
Owning a 2016 Chevy Trax in the Phoenix metro area offers additional benefits, too. Along with being spacious, it shows off superior safety features and excellent crash test scores. The NHTSA gave it a 5-star Overall Vehicle Safety Rating and it's an IIHS Top Safety Pick winner. With a high-strength steel safety cage built around the passenger compartment and protective features like a rearview camera, ten airbags and traction/stability control, 2016 Chevy Trax reviews agree that this is one of the safest compact crossover SUVs in the nation. It's also a value-loaded option, offering a surplus of desirable gadgetry, along with basic features needed to feel comfortable day in and day out, such as cold air conditioning, a tilt/telescope steering wheel that makes it easy to find a comfortable driving position, and heated front seats to warm you up on cold days (LTZ trim).
Expanding on the topic of gadgetry, those who own a 2016 Chevy Trax in Scottsdale can tell you that the SUV doesn't just offer an abundance of technology. More importantly, it offers easy-to-use technology that comes in handy on a daily basis. 2016 Chevy Trax reviews say the latest MyLink infotainment system is simple to navigate, with a large seven-inch color touch screen and easy-to-follow menu. Siri Eyes Free capability is also standard for iPhone users and offers streamlined mobile access with advanced voice control technology. Built-in Wi-Fi (included with data trial) is another big tech bonus for those who drive a Chevy Trax in the Phoenix area. As long as the SUV is turned on passengers can access Internet while on the road and the connection can support up to seven devices at one time.
Our final note on Trax is in regard to its powertrain. This year it comes with a new six-speed automatic transmission, which is mated to the SUV's turbocharged Ecotec four-cylinder. With this pairing you'll get excellent fuel economy and plenty of pep for city commuting.