The Chevrolet Seeker is a small crossover that slots between the subcompact Chevrolet Tracker and compact Chevrolet Equinox in the Bow Tie’s Chinese model line. While the Chevy Seeker nameplate is exclusive to China, it will wear the Chevrolet Trax nameplate in North America beginning with the 2024 model year, where it replaces the first-generation Trax.
Based on the VSS-F platform, the all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker is on the larger side of subcompact crossover utility vehicles (CUVs) thanks to a wheelbase of 106.3 inches and an overall length of 178.6 inches. That makes the Seeker’s wheelbase only slightly shorter than the 107.3-inch wheelbase of the third-generation Chevrolet Equinox. Other key dimensions include a width of 71.7 inches and a height of 61.6 inches.
Under the Seeker’s hood is a new eighth-generation turbocharged 1.5L engine from the Ecotec family that GM launched in 2021 on the all-new Buick Verano Pro in China. The engine is rated at 177 horsepower, and can enable the model to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 7.9 seconds, while delivering a fuel economy of 6.5 L/100 km (36.2 U.S. mpg). Front-wheel-drive is the only drivetrain, as all-wheel-drive is not avaialble.
The Seeker is offered in five trim levels at launch, including the first Chevy to offer two RS trim levels – 1RS and 2RS. While 1RS has fewer features and a lower price, the 2RS trim is more well equipped and, expectedly, carries a higher starting price.
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Bringing a sporty appearance down to a more affordable level.
Adding a sporty, blacked-out appearance to the crossover.