|2017 Chevy Trax||2017 Honda HR-V|
|Turbo., 1.4-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||1.8-L, 4-Cyl.|
|Six-Speed Auto.||Transmission||Six-speed Manual|
|9.4/7.1 (L/100 km)||Fuel Consumption||9.4/7.1 (L/100 km)|
2017 Chevy Trax vs. 2017 Honda HR-V
Subcompact crossover SUVs, like the Chevy Trax, are a part of an emerging industry class that are raising its profile every day. Don Wheaton customers looking to get into this segment will need to compare the 2017 Chevy Trax vs. 2017 Honda HR-V at some point. Both of these vehicles are built to be easy to maneuver and park around crowded city environments, while still offering a very flexible interior that the crossover SUV platform has just about perfected. For the current model year Chevy engineers have added a few new features and systems to help move the Trax up to the head of the class.
Automakers like Chevrolet and Honda done right by their respective buyers by offering vehicles like the 2017 Trax and 2017 HR-V with a handsome list of standard equipment. Some of the regularly included features are items like power windows and locks, air conditioning as well as tilting and telescoping steering. Where the 2017 Chevy Trax starts to really pull ahead of the HR-V in with connectivity. The Chevy subcompact SUV remains one of the only vehicle in its class to feature a high-speed 4G LTE Wi-Fi mobile hotspot. Both vehicles have the ability to pair their individual infotainment systems with apps from Android and Apple smartphones; though Chevy was a much earlier adopter of this technology.
Performance of the 2017 Trax
From the outset, subcompact crossover SUV like the newly refreshed 2017 Chevy Trax and the completely carried over 2017 Honda HR-V are built to bring high levels of fuel efficiency to their owners. Each automaker has chosen to do this by placing small, punchy four-cylinders under the hoods of both vehicles. Figures for horsepower output for the 2017 Chevy Trax and 2017 Honda HR-C are nearly identical. Where drivers will prefer the new Trax crossover SUV is because of its engine’s turbocharger. This allows it to really crank out a proportionally high amount of torque for quick acceleration without compromising fuel consumption scores.