2019 Chevrolet Trax Trim Levels with Comparisons & Configurations.What do you get with each? Find out below..
The 2019 Chevrolet Trax offers a compact and agile driving experience while delivering on fuel economy and great technology. It is a subcompact SUV that offers lots of room and plenty of versatility as a daily driver. The Trax comes in three trim levels, with the lowest one offering little more than basic amenities. The two upper trim levels offer plenty of advanced features and luxurious add-ons.
Buyers looking for an agile and compact vehicle that also offers great headroom and cargo space will most likely be drawn to the subcompact SUV category. The Trax has plenty of potential to steal buyers from its competitors as a small but stylish option.
The Trax' trim levels are separated by a significant amount of cost to the buyer, so this article aims to break down the differences. While the difference between the LS and LT is small, the Premier is a big step up in price compared to the LT. Many additional add on packages and a couple of additional appearance packages complicate the buying process for the Trax. All of the standard and available features have been examined at each trim level to help buyers with their buying decision.
Compare the 2019 Chevrolet Trax LS vs LT Trim Levels. What is the difference?
The Chevrolet Trax LS comes standard with a 138 horsepower turbocharged four cylinder engine. This is the only available engine option for the Trax. The base model LS also comes with a six speed automatic transmission and front wheel drive capabilities. It is also equipped with Stabilitrak traction control for added stability in any condition.
The Trax can be upgraded at any trim level to include all wheel drive capabilities.
It also seats up to five people with two bucket seats in the front and a 60/40 bench seat for the rear. It is only available with one seating configuration and also comes only in a four door model.
The seats in the LS are available in Light Ash Gray and Jet Black. The seating is only available in cloth, and the only interior color for the LS is Jet Black. The LS is also available in seven different exterior colors. The colors include; Summit White, Silver Ice, Nightfall Gray, Sandy Ridge, Storm Blue, Satin Steel and Mosaic Black.
The standard exterior of the LS includes body color door handles and mirrors, daytime running lights and halogen reflector headlamps and black body molding. It also has power programmable door locks and keyless entry capability.
The interior of the Trax LS is equipped with a seven inch color touch screen and a 3.5 inch monochromatic driver information screen. The infotainment system is capable and intuitive. The steering wheel has integrated controls for the audio system and phone controls. The Trax is also equipped with Bluetooth capabilities as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Every Trax has a built in 4G LTE WiFi Hotspot.
The Trax also has a six speaker audio system and two USB charging ports. It also comes standard with a 12 volt household power outlet and offers 11 storage compartments.
Another useful feature of the Trax is its fold flat front passenger seat which allows the driver to haul eight foot long cargo. It also offers over 48 cubic feet of storage space with the rear seat folded down. The rear liftgate offers access to the cargo space and provides plenty of convenience.
The Trax LS also comes standard with a rear view camera and power windows, locks and mirrors.
There is also one additional package for the LS. The Tint and Cruise package adds cruise control and deep tinted rear window glass.
While the Trax LS offers the essentials for a sub compact SUV buyer, the LT takes the Trax one step up to more desirable amenities.
The LT still offers seating for five and the optional AWD system, but also throws in an upgraded exterior appearance. It offers LED headlights and taillights, chrome body moldings and silver plated front and rear skidplates. It also comes with roof rack side rails and tinted rear glass.
The LT also offers buyers additional colors. The LT comes in Pacific Blue or Dark Copper Metallic at no charge or can be upgraded to Cajun Red Tintcoat for an additional cost. The Satin Steel exterior option is only available with the LT Convenience package.
The interior options are also expanded with the LT trim level. Buyers get standard deluxe cloth seating material in Light Ash Gray, Jet Black or Brandy. If buyers step up to the LT Convenience package they also get access to leatherette accented upholstery in either Brandy or Light Ash.
The LT also comes standard with remote start and cruise control. The LT has Sirius XM capabilities as well.
The previously mentioned Convenience package for the LT includes upgraded interior seating as well as keyless open and start. It also includes a leather wrapped steering wheel and six way power adjustable driver's seat.
The LT can be outfitted with the Driver Confidence package which adds rear cross traffic alert, blind spot awareness and rear park assist.
The LT also offers an optional premium sound system as part of the Sun and Sound package. This package includes a power sunroof and a seven speaker Bose audio system. The sound system also includes a RichBass subwoofer.
If the buyer is looking to make a statement with their new Chevrolet Trax, the LT trim offers the Redline appearance package. The Redline edition features 18 inch blacked out aluminum wheels and an extended list of sleek black features on the exterior including black Chevrolet emblem, black mirror caps and grill and surround. It also comes with Jet Black deluxe cloth and leatherette seats. The Redline edition is available in three exterior colors; Silver Ice, Summit White and Mosaic Black.
Compare the 2019 Trax LT vs Premier Trims. What is the difference?
The Chevroltet Trax LT offers plenty of premium upgrades like deluxe cloth seating with leatherette accents and premium sound system, but the Premier offers the best available for the Trax.
The Premier trim level includes the power sunroof, keyless open and start as well as everything included in the Driver Confidence package. The Premier adds additional safety features to the mix with forward collision alert and lane departure warning.
The Premier also includes the premium audio system and upgrades the seating to full leatherette materials. Additional features include heated front seats, auto dimming rear view mirror and power adjustable driver seat with lumbar function.
The exterior of the Premier has also undergone some upgrades. It features standard fog lamps and chrome accents on the door handles and rear liftgate. It also has standard 18 inch aluminum wheels.The Premier can also be upgraded to the Midnight appearance package. This option outfits the Trax with black accents on the wheels, door handles, rear lifgate and beltline. It also features exclusive two tone seating in Jet Black and Light Titanium. The Midnight edition is available exclusively in a Mosaic Black exterior.
Which Trim Level to Choose?
Despite the fact that the LS offers great standard features and access to the best powertrain available on the Trax, smart money for buyers is on the LT trim level. The LS just doesn't make enough of a statement as a base trim level to warrant much attention. The base price is not high, but buyers looking for a stripped down small SUV can get one at a lower price from other manufacturers.
The LT starts out less than $2,000 more than the LS but offers great upgrades. The additional exterior options as well as more stylish accents on the exterior are just the beginning. The LT also adds the always popular cruise control as well as remote start. It also offers access to upgrade packages. The Driver Confidence package costs just a small amount of money more on the LT and adds great driver safety features.
Buyers of the LT also get the option of upgrading the standard premium cloth seating to leatherette. The other optional upgrades are also very compelling.
While the Premier adds even more upgrades and features, the starting price is also a considerable step up from the LT. If buyers can forgo the top of the line safety features and classy exterior, the LT remains the best option. The AWD is optional at every trim level, so those buyers that don't want to pay for the added terrain ability won't have to.
Both of the appearance packages add extra attitude to the Trax. Buyers that are drawn in by the appearance of the Trax may be interested in stepping up to either the Redline Edition or the Midnight Edition. The exterior styling details are attractive and add some personality to the Trax.Buyers will mainly have to choose between the LS and LT unless they really want all of the best options. The additional packages are not notably expensive, so it makes the most sense to go with the LT to add value to the purchase.
• Compare the 2018 Chevrolet Trax Trim Levels