2024 Chevy Trax Rear Park Assist Currently Unavailable To Order5
The production start of the next-generation 2024 Chevy Trax is just around the corner. Now, before the all-new Trax has even arrived on dealership lots, GM Authority has learned that the Bow Tie’s entry-level crossover is currently unavailable with the Rear Park Assist feature.
Normally offered as a standalone option for all 2024 Trax trim levels after opting for the Driver Confidence Package (RPO code WPA), the Rear Park Assist (RPO code UD7) feature is unavailable to order for the foreseeable future. Typically, this safety feature would cost prospective buyers an extra $145, while the Driver Confidence Package alone costs $250 on 1LS and 1RS trims, and $650 on 1LT, 2RS and Activ trim levels.
As a reminder, the 2024 Chevy Trax represents a complete overhaul over the preceding generation. In the styling department, the 2024 Trax draws much inspiration for the Chevy Blazer crossover, which includes a large central grille, hard angles, and thin upper lighting. Proportions have also grown, as the all-new Trax is longer, lower and wider than the outgoing model.
Moving to the inside, the 2024 Trax receives an extra three inches of rear legroom and a 12 percent increase in cargo room over the first-gen model. In addition, the next-gen Trax is standard with a bevy of technologies, and is optional with Active Noise Cancelation and Adaptive Cruise Control is available on most trims. Lower trim levels feature an eight-inch diagonal infotainment screen, while LT, 2RS and Activ trims get an 11-inch screen.
In regards to powertrain, the 2024 Trax utilities turbocharged 1.2L I3 LIH gasoline engine, rated at 137 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque. This engine pairs with the GM six-speed automatic transmission, feeding the front wheels exclusively.
As for structure, the 2024 Trax rides on the GM VSS-F vehicle set.
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They have to get this supply chain issue fixed. At this point even Russia has a more stable supply of semiconductors than GM.
We are considering this new Trax as the styling is nice and it’s an attractive package at a decent price. My only concern is legroom up front. I refuse to sit on 3/4 size seats with narrow cushions that GM is sticking in their smaller vehicles. The illusion of space serves no purpose.
I am calling it already. GM will not be able to supply potential demand for the new Trax because of the same reasons why the Trailblazer was not available in numbers on dealer lots last year. The Trax hasn’t even been shipped yet but there is already a feature constraint, which might not be the only issue that will impact availability or missing features.
No AWD or 4WD.
here it goes again!