From this week can be purchased in Mexico the renewed Chevrolet Trax, a crossover segment B that is garnering a high commercial success in this market.
El best-selling model in its segment in Mexico opens the face and improvements equipment to continue appealing to users, while maintaining unchanged the motorization of gasoline 1.8-liter engine already well-known in combination with the five-speed manual transmission or the automatic six.
the aesthetics of The Trax has been updated to follow the style guidelines of the rest of the supply of Chevrolet, integrating a new front grille, optical, rectangular and bumper more immersive. At the back there are also innovations even though younger while the color palette is complete with new shades.
In the interior debuts a new instrumentation much more serious that leaves behind the inspiration in the world of two wheels, thereby improving the ease of reading. Also new is the system of info-entertainment Chevrolet MyLink that integrates Apple Car Play, Android Auto, Mirror Link and the great OnStar system.
The trim levels for Mexico are the so-called LS, LT, and Premier. The first already includes the ABS, EBD, dual airbags, power steering, electric windows front, air conditioning, sound system with six speakers, bluetooth, rear seat-folding, etc
finish LT also adds the alloy wheels 16 inch, electric windows subsequent fabric, mixed fabric/eco-leather, OnStar system, tray covers-trunk, anchors LATCH rear bench, etc
finally, the Premier level adds the instrumentation with TFT display of 3.5 inches, daytime running lights for LEDs, access system and keyless start, passenger seat folding, six airbags, stability control, rear vision camera, electric sunroof, alloy wheels 18 inch, steering wheel leather, audio system with touch screen seven-inch, leather upholstery, etc
The prices recommended are the following:
- Trax 1.8 i 16v 140 CV 2WD 5MT LS 273.900 weights
- Trax 1.8 i 16v 140 CV 2WD 6AT LT 302.900 weights
- Trax 1.8 i 16v 140 CV 2WD 6AT Premier 352.400 weights
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