The 2016 Chevrolet Trax is the ultimate small SUV for navigating the city and beyond. With agile handling, ample cargo room and the latest technology, Trax makes every day an urban adventure.
TECH THAT CONNECTS
Trax offers technologies designed to simplify your life. Make hands-free phone calls and stream your music with Chevrolet MyLink, or send texts and check your calendar using Siri Eyes Free.
DESIGNED FOR THE CITY
Trax has major curb appeal. Its right-sized physique provides the elevated visibility of a small SUV with the parking ease of a compact car. Athletic design cues reflect its agile performance while the eye-catching wheel flares, swept-back headlamps, signature Chevrolet dual-port grille and bowtie badge round out the look. It takes street style to a whole new level.
READY FOR ANYTHING
With a variety of seating configurations to fit passengers and cargo, Trax is the small SUV that’s big on versatility. 60/40 split-folding rear seats give you the flexibility to carry a bike, paddleboard, plenty of shopping or whatever life brings. And a fold-flat front passenger seat allows you to carry items up to 2.4 meters long.
A responsive and efficient 1.8L ECOTEC® engine provides Trax with nimble performance perfect for exploring urban landscapes. And should you find yourself far from the city, available on-demand AWD system provides extra traction maneuverability even in challenging driving conditions.
Fuel efficiency of 7.6L/100KM
Combines Variable Valve Timing
Responsive to every touch of the accelerator pedal
155Nm of torque
Extra traction and maneuverability in any driving conditions
When not needed, it automatically shifts into FWD to maximize efficiency
Trax offers advanced safety features to help prevent and protect you from a potential collision.
StabiliTrak® Electronic Stability Control
Available Rear Park Assist
Rear Vision Camera
Hill Start Assist
6 Standard Air Bags
Seat Belt Pretensioner for Front Seats
Anti Lock Braking System
Rear Park Assist System
The Rear Parking Assist System activates when you put your vehicle in reverse. Sensors detect signs of any potential danger from behind during parking.