GM has revealed the 2017 Chevy Trax refresh online ahead of its live debut at the Chicago Auto Show on Thursday. The changes aren't drastic, but there are noticeable changes in terms of appearance and added technology.
The most visible change is to the front end. The grille has been changed to the dual port grille that is found on most other Chevy vehicles. If you get the LT or Premier trim level, the front end will also come with halogen projector headlamps with LED signature lights. The premier trim level also comes with big 18-inch wheels.
Moving to the inside of the Trax, the centre stack has been revised. There is a 7-inch MyLink touchscreen that is tilted toward the driver. The Premier Trax model gets a contrasting-color instrument panel trim that matches the leatherette color of the seats. The instrument cluster also has received a revision and now includes an analog speedometer and tachometer along with a digital display. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are installed.
The singular engine option remains unchanged -- just the 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 138 hp and 148 lb-ft of torque.