Trax is not fast, particularly luxurious, or "off-road ready." But make no mistake; it's got loads of room inside, a great human-machine interface, pleasant ride, and good fuel economy. If you're one of the thousands (and thousands) of Americans who insist on driving a micro-SUV, Trax is a solid and refreshingly discreet option.
Abundance of storage and cupholders
Great gauges and infotainment
Solid engine and transmission pairing
Rear seat room more abundant than you'd reckon
Lethargic acceleration on AWD
Rear drum brakes on FWD
Something tells me I wouldn't love these seats after a few hours
Value seems to diminish in higher trims
only poverty pack FWD TRAX get drumsI'm still surprised that they use drum brakes, it's about time they started to use disc brakes. But at least on their end it creates an easy win... come time for a mid-cycle refresh "HEY! Now you get disc brakes on ALL WHEELS!!!" yawn
Thats your product offer, not some stupid idealized narrative click bait bullshit. If they can tell people that straight up, they'll come...Trax is not fast, particularly luxurious, or "off-road ready." But make no mistake; it's got loads of room inside, a great human-machine interface, pleasant ride, and good fuel economy. If you're one of the thousands (and thousands) of Americans who insist on driving a micro-SUV, Trax is a solid and refreshingly discreet option.
Good to know that's the trim it's on but still, it's a setup I thought by now should have been phased out. I might be asking for too much when I say as this is a cheap vehicle which with it's price comes a level of expectations, but it just comes to my surprise to see them still using it.only poverty pack FWD TRAX get drums
http://www.traxforum.com/forum/289-chevy-trax-general-discussion/1698-get-excited-chevy-trax.htmlEngineers from Chevrolet managed to squeeze in a last minute fine tune for its US debut. What they did was raid the Buick Encore's parts bin in search of a quieter ride. The front windshield, stationary glass and 3/4 glass are of the laminated sort, the dash material has also been beefed up compared to the world model. Interested Canadians don't fret you'll be saying the same upgrades.
Would Honda behave this way? I'm just saying, features are one thing, but skimping on construction and quality is exactly what got GM to where it is todayI'm sure it's a practice that's well used throughout the industry. Can't throw everything you have in a vehicle right from its launch while there are many years to go before it's generation ends.
Profit is the game and what ever it takes to maximize and maintain that is what should and is being done.