The all new Chevrolet Trax Concept

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Chevrolet’s Trax Concept

The all-new compact sports utility Chevrolet Trax is expected to join the Chevrolet portfolio come September this year and will be making its eagerly awaited debut in Paris where motor industry enthusiasts will be able to catch a glimpse of this magnificent model.

This five seater Trax, with its amazing fuel economy and flexibility is a worthy addition to the Chevrolet family of small SUVs.

The interior of the Trax is expected to be of an exceptionally high standard (usually found in more expensive vehicles). There is ample room for five occupants and a generous cargo space too, whilst the exterior has a bold design and a smart athletic stance.

This SUV is expected to reach European Chevrolet dealerships by early 2013, coming in the wake of the Chevrolet Malibu and the eagerly awaited Cruze station wagon.

This car’s performance on the road is way ahead of other car models in this segment and offers advanced technology, fuel-efficiency and affordability.

Like the Mokka, the Trax is expected to be available with front or four-wheel drive. Engines are likely to be shared too, so we’d expect to see a 1.4-litre turbo petrol and 1.7 diesel.

This chunky little handsome crossover is what urban explorers around the world have been waiting for.

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Andrew Kirkley
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  • 17th May 2012

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