In a strange turn of events our great-grandparents and grandparents probably never saw coming, young folk are actually moving back into the city, curbing the decades long spread of suburbia. As automakers begin to analyze and figure out what exactly millennials want and need from personal transportation, they’re making steps in the right direction.
And Chevrolet wants its potential Trax buyers to know it understands better than any other automaker what those crazy kids are looking for these days. With optional 4G LTE wireless internet capability, you’re never off the grid and the service saves precious data for your wireless plan.
The Trax’s compact space, but versatile cargo room, makes it a prime example of a utility vehicle for city living. Plenty of room for a weekend away, but no worries about backing in and fitting into a parking meter spot.
If the Buick Encore is any indication of how much Americans like the compact crossover segment, the Trax is sure to find a few fans as it begins trickling into dealers at the time of this writing.