2017 Chevrolet Trax
SMALL OUTSIDE, BIG INSIDE: THE UPCOMING 2017 CHEVROLET TRAX IS AN ECONOMICAL SUV THAT’S DESIGNED FOR CITY LIVING
The layout and body architecture of the 2017 Chevrolet Trax were designed to remain subcompact on the outside while providing copious space on the inside. Economical dimensions alone are not what make this SUV ideally suited for modern urban living, however, as a tight turning radius and advanced safety features mean it’s perfect for maneuvering through congested, pedestrian-filled streets, while a 1.4L turbocharged engine yields great 33 MPG highway fuel economy. Arriving at Ray Chevrolet in fall of 2017, the 2017 Trax is the Chevy Fox Lake drivers who work in Chicago have been waiting for.
NEW 2017 CHEVROLET TRAX FEATURES:
- A standard 1.4L turbocharged I4 engine that turns out 138 hp, 148 lb-ft of torque, and can attain a 33 MPG highway fuel economy
- Driver-friendly gear changes that naturally shift out from a 6-speed automatic transmission
- Seating for 5, with 48.4 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear 60/40 split-fold seats down
- An available All Wheel Drive system that enhances control in adverse weather
- Multiple layers of protection that are derived from a strong, lightweight high-strength steel frame that’s perfectly balanced for stable, tight turning, 10 standard airbags, including side-impact airbags for rear passengers, and built-in OnStar® Automatic Crash Response capability
- Safety that can be further enhanced with available Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Forward Collision Alert
- Complete mobile interconnectivity due to a standard 7-inch touchscreen display that’s compatible with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, with built-in 4G LTE WiFi® hotspot capability available
THE 2017 CHEVY TRAX IS BUILT FOR SNEAKING INTO TIGHT SPACES, BUT NOTHING FEELS TIGHT WITHIN IT
Appearances can be deceptive… in a good way. While the 2017 Chevy Trax is scaled to easily slip into tight parking spaces, making it perfect for both nights out in trendy city neighborhoods and day to day shopping in the suburbs, its interior was carefully crafted to create the feel of a larger vehicle. Accordingly, this subcompact SUV can seat 5, including 4 large adults, and can carry up to 48.4 cubic feet of cargo with its rear 60/40 split-fold seats down. Since the split-fold seats also enable its interior dimensions to be easily reconfigured, the 2017 Trax can also transport items with elongated proportions while shuttling 3 people. Given its standard multimedia capabilities, including Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility, the Trax is the Chevy Fox Lake drivers who want something that’s affordable, flexible, and city-friendly have been waiting for.
WITH THE 2017 CHEVY TRAX, SAFETY COMES FIRST
The Chevy Trax 2017 is bringing to Ray Chevrolet was built with a premium on safety. A well-balanced, high-strength steel safety frame surrounds the entire cabin, while an array of advanced air bags provides further protection for the front as well as rear passengers. The best way to deal with an accident is to prevent it from occurring in the first place, however, which is why the 2017 Trax is offered with a Rear Cross Traffic Alert system that can warn the driver of approaching vehicles while backing up, a Forward Collision Alert system that uses cameras to scan the road ahead, and a Lane Departure Warning system that can emit an alert if the Trax is drifting across lanes. Together, these and other features work to create multiple layers of preventative and mitigating safety.
THE NEW 2017 CHEVY TRAX IS COMING TO RAY CHEVROLET IN FALL 2016
If they’re looking for a Chevy dealer that is set to receive the 2017 Chevy Trax, area drivers are invited to call Ray Chevrolet at (866) 289-6476. Not only will Ray Chevrolet’s lot at 39 N. Route 12 in Fox Lake receive some of the first examples of the 2017 Trax in Fall 2016, but those models will also be offered with the best special deals in the region. Whether they’re thinking of using this subcompact SUV for daily commutes or dedicated city living, motorists will definitely need to give it a test drive as soon as it arrives.