2021 Chevy Trax Review: Colors, Price, Interior, Engine

Despite that the current form of this small crossover has been around for nearly eight years and that the similarly-sized Trailblazer has just arrived, Chevy decided to keep it in production for a little bit more time. Therefore, the 2021 Chevy Trax continues in the same way, with a familiar layout and overall characteristics. Despite that we are talking about a quite old model for the segment, the 2021 models don’t bring any particular update.

This means you may count on a crossover that still has some things to offer, despite the age. It is a relatively spacious model for the class, which is easy to maneuver, which comes with an intuitive infotainment system and a decently-sized trunk. On the other side, it isn’t as refined as younger rivals and also offers not so impressive performances. The new model has already arrived in the market and it comes with a pretty much unchanged price.

2021 Chevy Trax

2021 Chevy Trax Redesign

When it comes to base design characteristics, the 2021 Chevy Trax comes without notable changes. It features a rather familiar design, which hasn’t significantly changed through these years, at least not in terms of mechanics. On the other side, the styling has been updated. A few years ago, we saw a facelift, which has brought a new front face, which includes updated headlights, grille and several more parts. So, we can certainly say that the styling looks up to date.

On the other side, the mechanics have remained the same as in the initial model and that definitely doesn’t help when competing with much younger rivals. Even though this crossover is quite maneuverable, the ride quality is pretty stiff by today’s standards, especially when compared with models like Mazda CX-30 or the new Chevy Trailblazer, which was initially designed for the Chinese market.


On the inside, you won’t find any particular novelty either. The 2021 Chevy Trax carries on in the same way, which means you may count on a good-looking cabin. This SUV features some pretty nice materials, but also comes with a lot of hard plastics in certain areas. The overall quality is close to average for this segment.

2021 Chevy Trax Interior

We like the driving position, which is relatively high and provides good visibility in all directions. Furthermore, ergonomics are great, especially in terms of the center console, which combines Chevy’s Infotainment 3 system with lots of physical controls.

While the front seats are generous in space, the second row is typically tight for the class. The cargo area also offers quite a typical volume for the class. In numbers, that would be around 19 cubic feet behind the second row and 48.5 cubic feet of the overall volume.


The only significant change for the 2021 Chevy Trax comes in terms of available features. More precisely, the range-topping model called Premier has been discontinued and the new model comes rather in more affordable variants.

Still, things haven’t changed in terms of standard features. You may count on goodies like a 7-inch touch screen, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a Wi-Fi hot spot, satellite radio, six speakers, Bluetooth, voice command, remote keyless entry etc. Additionally, you can get goodies like cruise control and remote start.

When it comes to safety features, a rearview camera is the only standard feature, but you can get things like blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, rear parking sensors etc.

2021 Chevy Trax Engines

The powertrain for the 2021 Chevy Trax remains the same. You may count on a familiar 1.4-liter turbo-four engine, which puts around 138 horsepower. That’s definitely isn’t enough for a convenient highway ride but if you need something for daily commuting, this crossover offers pretty decent performances. We also like the six-speed automatic transmission, which changes gears pretty smoothly. Another reason to consider this small crossover is that it’s available in an AWD version too. That’s not always the case in the segment of subcompact crossovers.

Things with mpg ratings are pretty much okay. This crossover offers quite a typical fuel economy for the class. In numbers, that would be around 26 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. Of course, AWD models are slightly thirstier.

2021 Chevy Trax rear

2021 Chevy Trax Price

When it comes to the 2021 Chevy Trax price, base models go around 21.500 dollars. This is one of the most competitive segments on today’s markets, so there is no need to talk about how tough the competition is. Still, we should mention some of the key players in the segment, like Honda HR-V, Toyota C-HR, Mazda CX-30, etc.

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