The Chevrolet Trax Is Leaving An Impression on Car Shoppers
The Chevrolet Trax is the smallest crossover offered by Chevy, and it is also one of its newest models, having just rolled out here in the US in the 2015 model year. Its relative youth and small size haven’t stopped it from rolling out some impressive sales numbers, though, proving that this SUV is just what American shoppers are looking for.
In July of 2016, General Motors sold 9,466 Chevrolet Trax vehicles in the United States. This is a 54.9% increase from the 6,222 Trax SUVs that were sold in the same period last year, making last month the Trax’s best-ever sales month. All together in the first seven months of 2016, the Chevrolet Trax has seen a 24.82% growth in sales year-over-year. This means that more than 38,500 vehicles have been sold so far in the US. In Canada, sales of the Trax have risen a modest 2.89%, meaning that the car is still finding new fans in a market where it’s more established.
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GM bosses recognized the potential in the Chevrolet Trax, and it is preparing for a refresh for the 2017 model year. The vehicle should be hitting showroom floor soon, and it takes the current generation to the next level in terms of styling, technology, and premium options. The exterior of the 2017 Chevrolet Trax has been modified to fit in with the other refreshed Chevy models for sale, like the Cruze, Volt, and Malibu, making the small crossover look sportier than ever.
Once inside the vehicle, shoppers will notice that the 2017 Chevrolet Trax sports a newly configured dashboard that holds a newly available 7-inch infotainment system screen that is ready for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Gauges are configured to mimic a sporty motorcycle, and interior appointments have been reconsidered to ensure passengers are as comfortable as possible.
If you’re shopping for a new SUV that’s nimble and easy maneuver, either generation of the Chevy Trax is a great idea. The 2017 model is expected to be delivered in the fall of this year.
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News Source: GM Authority