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The Trax can also keep you connected on the go thanks to OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. This apparatus converts your vehicle into an Internet hotspot for up to seven devices, allowing for streaming, social media usage, and web surfing no matter where you are.
- Edmunds: “Its tall body not only provides a wealth of headroom, but it also allows for a taller seating position front and rear, and thus generous legroom. So in spite of its small footprint, the Trax has enough space for four people and their luggage, or even five in a pinch if the backseat occupants are kids.”
- The Car Connection: “In our maneuvers, we think Chevy’s calibration engineers did well: There’s enough feedback when you need it, and the weighting felt right at pretty much any speed.”
- Auto Trader: “Subcompact crossovers are all the rage these days, so automakers are racing to bring fresh offerings to the marketplace. The Trax generally has the basics covered, and it throws in standard tech features that would make some luxury brands blush.”
- Kelly Blue Book: “We were pleasantly surprised at how comfortable the new Trax’s ride is and its nimbleness even at speed.”
True to form, Chevrolet hit the ground running when it introduced the 2015 Trax, and it seems that the automaker is well on its way to establishing itself in the subcompact crossover SUV segment as it continues to add more to the 2016 model.
Image is of 2015 Trax