The 2015 Chevrolet Trax is not even a year old for folks in the U.S., but for North Americans in Canada and Mexico, it’s been on the market since 2013. As Chevrolet’s subcompact crossover (and brother to the Buick Encore), it gives consumers a nice mix of economy and utility. In fact, it has more cargo room than the funky Nissan Juke, as well as pretty much anything else in the still-emerging segment.
Chevrolet touts the Trax as a “city-smart” SUV, and that’s quite true − maneuverable and able to make tight squeezes with aplomb, yet able to tackle hauling jobs (48.4 cu. ft. of cargo room) on a whim when you’re in a pinch. But don’t take our word for it, as Chevrolet’s latest Trax ad already does a good job of that.