Chicago saw the introduction of the 2017 Chevrolet Trax, which features a mildly-extensive refresh in the design department inside and out. We’re here to ask if you’re digging the Trax’s new duds.
Chevrolet says the contemporary looks have been inspired by the latest product from the bowtie brand, including the 2016 Malibu and 2016 Volt. The 2017 Trax ditches its seriously outdated looks for a fresh dual-port grille and sleek headlamps now wrap around the corners of the vehicle into the front fenders.
To be fair, when the Trax was first introduced to the U.S. market 13 months ago, the car had already been on sale for some time, and was introduced to combat the hot compact crossover market. Still, these looks certainly speak better to us, and we think the exterior design now gives the Trax a plump little SUV look.
However, the interior is not getting the same love from us. Despite Chevrolet stating the interior cabin has been updated with “premium elements,” it still gives off hefty rental car vibes. The one area that is most certainly improved inside, and looks pretty cohesive, is the addition of the seven-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.
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