If you’re on the streets or roads of Woodbridge, Vaughan, Brampton, Kleinburg, Mississauga, or anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area, it won’t be long until you see a Chevrolet Trax. It will be a little while before you see an all-new 2024 Chevrolet Trax, but when you do, all it will have in common with its predecessor will be the name and the fact that it’s a compact crossover SUV. The 2024 Chevrolet Trax has a clear philosophy behind it, which Chevrolet’s VP, Scott Bell, perfectly describes when he says of the new model, “The all-new Trax has everything you need and nothing you don’t.”
It shouldn’t be unusual for an automaker to develop a new model that delivers what shoppers want and need instead of offering what the designers think they should have, but it can be. Although you don’t need an SUV for town and city driving, we all know the SUV format is incredibly popular. However, a model that will spend most of its life in the urban jungle doesn’t need a truck-based ladder-frame construction with a four-wheel-drive system that could take the Mojave in its stride.
Five trim levels of the 2024 Chevrolet Trax are available to reserve now, and all five are exclusively front-wheel-drive with no AWD option because it just isn’t necessary for a vehicle that will drive on the pavement most of the time. The most affordable version of the new Trax is the entry-level LS, and beyond that, there are the 1RS, LT, 2RS, and top-of-the-range ACTIV. Every model has its own distinct style, and all represent excellent value for money.
The 2024 Trax is a stunningly stylish compact crossover that looks sensational from every angle. It’s impossible to miss the fact that it follows the recent Chevrolet SUV design philosophy that’s been very well-received by consumers and commentators alike. The 2024 Trax is now lower, longer, and wider than its predecessor, delivering a planted, sporty stance that beautifully complements the contemporary front fascia. All five trim levels have their own unique styling cues to differentiate them from other models in the lineup.
The all-new 2024 Chevy Trax is a bigger vehicle than the model it replaces, but the standard powerplant is a highly modern and entirely appropriate small-displacement turbocharged engine. Under the hood is a 1.2-litre three-cylinder turbo unit producing a GM-estimated 137 horsepower and 162 lb.-ft. of torque. The small-displacement powerplant sends that power exclusively to the front wheels through a tried and tested six-speed automatic transmission.
The cabin of the 2024 Chevrolet Trax makes full use of the extra width of the new design to deliver an airy look and feel for the interior. The “technology-forward design,” as the manufacturer describes the cabin, has large display screens as its main point of focus. LS and 1RS trim levels feature an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen, while LT, 2RS, and ACTIV versions of the all-new Trax get an 11.0-inch touchscreen for the infotainment and an 8.0-inch-diagonal driver information center.
Standard features across the range include heated front seats, a rear vision camera, LED headlights, alloy wheels, and active noise cancellation. A heated steering wheel is standard with the 1RS and higher trims, while automatic climate control, push-button start, and rear-seat USB ports are standard with LT, 2RS, and ACTIV versions of the all-new Trax. The top ACTIV trim also has standard leather upholstery and a power-adjustable driver’s seat. Every model also comes with Chevrolet Safety Assist as part of its standard specification, a suite of six advanced safety and driver-awareness technologies.
The Chevrolet Trax has been a popular compact crossover SUV for a while now, and with good reason. However, the nameplate is now entirely redefined by a 2024 Chevrolet Trax set to raise the bar for urban-focused SUV mobility. Undoubtedly, this exciting new model will be in significant demand when it starts rolling off the production line. So, to avoid disappointment, drop in to reserve yours with Roy Foss Chevrolet Buick GMC Woodbridge at 2 Auto Park Circle, Woodbridge, Ontario, or call us at (905) 850-1000 for more information and to schedule an appointment.