Used Chevrolet Trax
Used Chevrolet Trax
In a used Chevrolet Trax, you and your favorite passengers can balance smooth-riding and spacious comfort with modern utility. What exactly will you find on the used lot? Check out our buying guide to learn more.
First Generation: 2015-Current
Why is the first-generation used Chevrolet Trax a good choice?
As one of the original subcompact crossovers, the Trax has a reputation for combining sporty utility with city-friendly driving dimensions. Inside the Trax, you’ll find an abundance of passenger space. That makes this model an excellent choice for medium-size families and carpooling commuters. With the added benefit of the Trax’s advanced safety features, you can stay extra vigilant on a crowded highway. If you plan to spend a lot of time in rush-hour traffic, the Trax has your back.
Inside, the used Chevrolet Trax delivers ample passenger space. Up front, driver and front passenger enjoy excellent headroom. Even the backseat is roomy, with plenty of legroom for 6-footers. Behind the rear seats, the used Trax supplies 18.7 cubic feet of cargo space for your family’s hauls. To move larger items, like new furniture, flip the rear seats down to create up to 48.4 cubic feet of maximum cargo space in a snap.
On the used lot, you’ll find three trim models: the base LS, mid-range LT, and top-of-the-line Premier. The entry-level Trax provides a good baseline for comfort and convenience. The Trax LS comes standard with a 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capabilities, giving you hands-free access to your smartphone. The mid-grade Trax LT increases comfort levels with upgraded upholstery. This trim also adds utility, with roof rails for your kayak and cruise control to get you through long highway rides in style. Test-drive the top-trim Premier and experience the most the Trax has to offer. This small crossover comes standard with Bose premium audio to impress all your friends. The Trax Premier’s faux leather upholstery gives the cabin a stylish vibe. Keyless entry and ignition make for smooth parking lot transitions.
How has the first-generation used Chevrolet Trax changed over the years?
Although the used Chevrolet Trax is a pretty modern crossover, you will notice some differences between model years.
The 2017 Trax introduced a number of updates, including new interior and exterior styling, giving thr Trax a sleek new look. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto joined the lineup for 2017. Drivers can use this technology to interact with apps like Maps, Music, and Messages on the Trax’s central touchscreen. That means greater connectivity and reduced risk, because you can use these features with your full attention on the road ahead. The 2017 Trax also brings a number of high-tech safety features. These include a forward-collision alert system that senses an oncoming accident and warns you accordingly. As you pull out of a parking space or driveway, the rear cross-traffic alert system informs you of approaching vehicles.
For 2018, Chevrolet introduced a new version of its MyLink infotainment system. The updates make the system more responsive and easier to use overall.