2017 Chevrolet Trax Pricing Released, Makes Tracks with Dollar Signs



Chevrolet’s refreshed-for-2017 Trax subcompact crossover goes on sale this fall and it officially has a price. Starting with the base LS trim level, the ’17 Trax can be had for $ 21,895 in front-wheel-drive guise, or just $ 700 more than last year despite dapper new duds and a mildly updated interior. The other upside, beyond limited price increases across the board, is that the more stylish Trax no longer induces narcoleptic reactions among bystanders.

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Outside of its refreshed look and nominally dearer base price, the Trax’s new Premier trim level is the only other headline-maker. The Premier replaces last year’s LTZ as the range-topping trim, while the mid-level LT carries on. Prices for those models creep up slightly, as well, with the LT’s MSRP rising by $ 255 to $ 23,795 and the Premier’s ask $ 26,995, jumping $ 870 versus its predecessor. As before, adding all-wheel drive to any trim costs $ 1500. Pricing for specific features, particularly the optional 7.0-inch touchscreen with integrated Android Auto and Apple CarPlay functionality—as well as the newly available blind-spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, forward-collision warning, and lane-departure warning safety systems—is still to come, but we expect the whole lot to be standard on the Premier. Meanwhile, the Trax’s turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine and six-speed automatic go unchanged.


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