We went to the State Fair of Texas last weekend to check out the brand new Chevy Trax! The Trax showcased at the State Fair Auto Show is Orange Rock Metallic with the Light Titanium interior. Getting pictures with a cell phone was a little challenging because the incredibly bright lights of the Auto Show, but we tried our best to capture a few angles. The pictures on the Chevrolet website are much more fun to look at and will give you a much better overall picture about the Chevy Trax.
While roaming around the Auto Show, testing out the features of all of the Chevy models and searching for the little Chevy buttons*, a Chevrolet rep gave a brief overview of the Trax which we stuck around to listen to.
Here are the 10 Trax Facts that we learned at the Auto Show!
- Smallest of the Crossovers but still seats 5
- 8 different seating configurations
- 15 Storage areas with a two tier glove box, lots of little cubbies and plenty of cupholders
- Fold flat front seat and 40/60 split back seats
- 4 cubic feet of trunk space when the back seat is folded down
- On demand AWD that switches automatically to FWD when not needed
- 1.4 ECOTEC engine increasing power generation while enhancing fuel efficiency
- Select iPhone users can call and text with their voices using Siri Eyes Only
- Available in 10 exterior colors and 3 interior selections! *Our favorite combination is Black Granite Metallic exterior with the Jet Black Leatherette*
- MSRP starts at $20,995 with a 5 year/100k Powertrain Warranty
We’re excited to experience the 2015 Chevy Trax for ourselves! Head out to the State Fair and check out the Trax for yourself! We would love to hear what you think of it!
*Side note about the Chevy buttons. We found these little buttons in the cupholder of the Trax and on the display by the Chevy reps. The rep told my son, who is 4, that it was part of a scavenger hunt and if he collected all 5 buttons he would get a Big Tex button. Sold. My son spent the next hour looking for the rest of the buttons. Sadly, little brother wasn’t having anymore of the scavenger hunt and we had to leave before he found the rest. I’ll probably have to take him back by himself to hunt for the rest of the buttons! Either way, it was fun hunting for the buttons!