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The 2017 Chevrolet Trax will go on sale this Fall with a starting price of $21,895 for the FWD baseline LS trim. Seems to be approximately $700 over the 2016 model.

The LT is going to be starting at $23,795 and the Trax Premier (replacing the LTZ) starting at $26,995.

All three versions can be upgraded to the AWD system for an additional $1,500.

All three will use the same powertrain setup of the 1.4L Turbo Ecotec 4-cylinder with the 6-speed automatic transmission found in the 2016 models.

 

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They should put 18 inch all wheel disc breaks with alloy wheels on both FWD and AWD models. For some reason, GM has not realized that the wheels make the car look better or they do understand this and they are just cheap. Probably the latter.
 

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Just cheap and if they do add something nicer, the additional cost will be added to what we have to pay. It's something I can do without.
 

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Always. Anything that gets added, adds to the overall price. Always very cheap, but that's how you maximize profits right ?
 

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I don't care about 18" wheels, I'd rather have more tire depth, it makes for a nicer ride. And it's cheaper.
Better mileage
Better Acceleration
Less stress on suspension components.

Oddly enough in Australia Chevrolet (Holden) now throws in the 1.4 turbo, alloys, rear disk brakes and Mylink 7 inch for the same price as last year's vehicle.

In Canada they added the MyLink touchscreen only but increased the price of the vehicle 300.00

Its really interesting to see how GM plays with their trims and pricing depending on how popular the vehicle is and which factory it comes out of (Capacity), Value of currency....
 

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I just saw a local dealer commercial here in San Diego advertising the 2017 Trax for $17k. That's over $3k less than I paid last year for my 2016 Trax. Not bad, thinking about trading in the Toyo for another Trax.
 

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I just saw a local dealer commercial here in San Diego advertising the 2017 Trax for $17k. That's over $3k less than I paid last year for my 2016 Trax. Not bad, thinking about trading in the Toyo for another Trax.

I think its the best value on the road right now. I bought one for my wife in January after test driving and pricing over a dozen vehicles.

Low purchase price
Low interest rates
High resale value
High Satisfaction index
High reliability survey
Best Safety rating in category
Best Tech package under 20k in the industry
 

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I just saw a local dealer commercial here in San Diego advertising the 2017 Trax for $17k. That's over $3k less than I paid last year for my 2016 Trax. Not bad, thinking about trading in the Toyo for another Trax.

I think its the best value on the road right now. I bought one for my wife in January after test driving and pricing over a dozen vehicles.

Low purchase price
Low interest rates
High resale value
High Satisfaction index
High reliability survey
Best Safety rating in category
Best Tech package under 20k in the industry
 

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2017 TRAX AWD Premier
Nightfall Gray Metallic
w/ Sunroof, power, sliding ($900) and front license plate mount ($40)

Window Sticker $29,634

MSRP Discount -$989

Factory Incentive -$4,898

Price we paid (9/21/2017) $23,548 plus tax

We have to agree that it was a tough price point to ignore.
 
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