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"IT'S A WINNER" - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By Paul R. Rodriguez Jr. - December 30 - 5:06 pm
I'm a musician and this vehicle gives me everything I need and then some. I could not be more surprised at what I got as far as value. I am in love with this vehicle....seriously!!! Great small SUV for the city (FROM PHILLY) I recommend highly. I read somewhere that the vehicle was slow, sluggish, well let me just say that I use to drag race and the Trax is not slow...NOW your not going to win many drag races but lets be real, you have more than enough power. Well enough said, go test drive a Trax!!!
Our new little one. - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By Lou Caldwell - September 7 - 12:09 pm
Traded in Chevy Equinox 2LT but wanted smaller suv, now, no kids, etc. This does the job. Surprised with responsiveness of small engine but turbo does the job very well. Passing a car or interstate entrance much better that the 4 cyl Equinox. Good mileage but not much better than Equinox on highway. But much better in-town. Disappointed with one sun visors. They don't extend to cover the whole window when positioned on either driver or passenger side windows. Only covers half. Miss the power lift gate. Not an option on Trax.
passenger side glove box - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By Doris - September 6 - 8:59 pm
They need to put a hole in the glove box door that hides the usb port and axl for the ipod hook up (in front of the passenger seat) When using an ipod you have to leave the door open its kind of distracting when driving. There needs to be a hole big enough for the cables to go through when using electronics so you can shut that door. Plus if there's a passenger onboard that could be dangerous for the passenger.
Great for empty nesters - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By Jimblytheusw12775@gmail.com - September 5 - 3:05 pm
Rides great. It has great visibly. Quiet. good mileage. We also have a Ford Escape Titanium which is a great suv. I drive the Trax for work and some travel and it cost 10k less than the escape. I could have bought the Buick Encore, but it was 3k more and I could not see what the big improvement would be by paying the additional premium. This is a great value suv for singles, empty nesters, and small families.
Short people beware - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By Phyllis Mitchell - September 2 - 12:41 pm
Just recently purchased the vehicle, so can't say a whole lot about it at this point. But the one thing I have noticed is the liftgate is not made for short people. I am only 5'1" and to close the lift I have to jump up to reach it. I am an elderly person and that is hard for me to do. Have almost fallen a couple of times. GM need's to modify that with a pull down strap that is easily accessible. Checked with the dealership to see what could possibly be done to correct the problem and they did have a suggestion as to how to fix it, but it requires drilling a hole in the lift and my husband isn't comfortable that not knowing what he may drill into. And of course the service department "might" do it for a charge. The only other thing I have noticed to date is the rear seat head rest block's part of the view when looking through the rear view mirror. Not good if you are traveling the interstate or 4 lane highway. Other than that, I really like the vehicle. Well worth the cost.
Best Little SUV - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By Someoldman - July 13 - 9:08 pm
This little crossover/SUV is the best, easiest to drive,most comfortable vehicle I've ever owned and driven. Entry and exit are easy and visibility from the driver seat is superior. Rearview camera whhich activates on shifting to reverse is seamless and offers a good look behind before and while backing. Seats are chair height comparing favorably to any SUV on the road today. Not sure why some reviewers have knocked the acceleration of the 1.4 litre turbo or the 6 speed auto transmission. I cannot find fault with either one, unless of course, I had just driven a $65000 BMW and expected that kind of power and response from a Trax costing a third as much.... Storage areas are numerous but a bit small the lack of an passenger center armrest is the only oversight in design. It needs to be there. I love driving the Trax... and so does the wife. It's not a sports car but handles well at reasonsble speeds the AWD is seamless. Never had a better car, and have owned some nice ones. I'm a car guy who has owned over 40 and driven the rest.. had my doubts about a South Korean Chevy with such a "small" engine, but am very impressed with the little package GM put together.
greatest car - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By Natums - July 7 - 11:56 pm
I have had my car for a few days but i love it. Great car for anyone
Chevy Trax LS (AWD) - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By larrym8 - May 21 - 10:37 am
Overall very good.
2015 Chevrolet Trax Silver FWD LS - 2015 Chevrolet Trax
By jesse_ortiz - February 8 - 3:02 pm
I bought my 2015 Chevrolet Trax LS, FWD in silver on January 20th. So far I have to say Im very happy with my purchase, since I do have to admit that Ive been a fan of the pint-size SUV since 2012 when I admired it for the first time visiting Canadian websites online. [non-permissible content removed]
Cheaper Honda LX SUV - 2017 Chevrolet Trax
By Ron Leonard - December 2 - 2:58 pm
If poky acceleration is ok, this car will delight with handling & hiway drives. On I-5 for 2 hours , it was fine both uphill & down in traffic at high speed. The rebates brought my cost down the mid teen level, and it has AWD as well. Manueverability is terrific, and parking in city is easy. Apple carplay and backup camera are both excellent. Seating is adequate, not plush, an area for improvement. Cold weather start & comfort is good. Haven't tested AWD yet. Ive owned car for 7 months with low mileage experience; 34 miles r/t total 2-3 times per week plus local driving. Small trunk but fine for groceries or suitcase...with rear seat down can accept bike. I'm satisfied with my purchase. Would love to have added heated seat, more seat support, heated side mirrors, cruise control. FYI, I drive this pokey vehicle in a spirited way... employing its manueverabilty more than the acceleration...and I'm sure the mileage could be much better.