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After debuting the Trax in 2015, Chevrolet has given it a redesign inside and out for 2017. New front and rear fascias hold updated lights, standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as a new USB port increase connectivity and technological utility, and new safety features add security. The Trax’s 1.4-liter, 138-hp 4-cylinder could use more power, since it feels strained when passing or merging with high-speed traffic, but it’s rated at 28 mpg combined, and since the Trax is light, it’s an easy car to drive.
New safety features include blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic and lane-departure warning as well as rear parking sensors and a forward-collision warning system, but they’re not all standard for any version of the Trax, and the only trim that can get them all is the top-of-the-line Premier. This year’s updates make the Trax more inviting, but competitors offer more powerful and efficient engines, a better ride, and/or more cargo room, sometimes at a lower price. Read more on CarGurus: https://cargur.us/hzMhf
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