2018 Chevy Trax Reliability & Customer Satisfaction
Compact SUVs are a popular choice to get the feel of an SUV while maintaining some of the feel of a regular sedan, making them the ideal car for many people; whether you opt for the LS or LT configuration or one of the other Trax trims. Often full-size SUVs are simply too large for many people, and the higher fuel consumption can also be a deterrence.
2018 Trax Part & System Ratings
The Chevrolet Trax comes with a 1.4 liter 4-cylinder engine, and six-speed automatic transmission. It features an excellent turning radius and handles easily on the road. The Trax comes with a 36 months / 36,000 miles bumper-to-bumper warranty, and a 5 year / 60,000 miles powertrain warranty, backed by a nationwide network of Chevrolet dealers. The Chevy Trax scores very well on the Kelley Blue Book consumer rating (8.8 out of 10) which is a strong indicator of its reliability, as owners tend to punish vehicles harshly in these types of ratings if they do not hold up. The Trax’s smaller size makes it a great choice for a city commuter vehicle for those who want an SUV, with the tight turning radius and turbo-charged engine able to get you through narrow city streets and frequent turns with ease.
2018 Bolt EV Reliability Ratings
It comes in front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD), which may be preferable in cold weather conditions to deal better with snow and ice. In addition to offering solid reliability, the Chevy Trax has excellent results in crash safety tests and provides a complete set of safety features including many safety-assist features for maximum protection. If you are looking for a compact SUV that is reliable, scores high on safety, is backed by a comprehensive warranty, and comes with one of the industry's best infotainment systems as standard, then the new Chevy Trax is the compact crossover SUV you’ve been waiting for.
2018 Bolt Overall Owner Satisfaction
Reliability is a concern too, but need not be one when it comes to prospective buyers of this crossover SUV. Chevy’s Trax scores well in reliability ratings published by US News and World Report, which determines its ratings from the J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study or, alternatively, the J.D. Power Predicted Reliability rating.
Test Drive the New Trax in Phoenix Now
They say that seeing is believing, though we like to modify that to say that driving is believing, since you only really know how much you like a car once you are in it. If this sounds like a vehicle you’d be interested in, why not see for yourself by dropping by your Chevrolet dealership and taking ‘er for a spin.