Compare 2018 Chevy Trax

 

Compare the Chevrolet Trax

Vs. Ford Escape & Honda HR-V in Stow

Balancing style and agility with interior space and utility is what the Chevrolet Trax does best. It certainly holds its own during your busy commute, providing comfort and luxury features that keep everyone content. But how does it hold its own against its closest competitors, the Ford Escape and Honda HR-V? We certainly believe that the Chevy Trax can offer you the support our Akron customers need to get through a busy day, but we also know that during the shopping process, it pays to research.

Read through our quick comparison of the Chevrolet Trax, Ford Escape, and Honda HR-V, and visit our dealership to get a closer look at the Trax to truly understand how it can fit into your life.


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Chevrolet Trax vs. Ford Escape

  • The Ford Escape base model will cost Cuyahoga Falls drivers significantly more than the base model Chevy Trax will, despite both models offering several of the same features.
  • In order to get Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ on the Escape, you'll need to spend a lot more, while the Trax provides these features on the bottom trim level.
  • The Chevrolet MyLink® feature is exclusive to the brand, so you won't find this on the Escape, which offers the bare bones version of the SYNC® system.
  • To get the SiriusXM Satellite Radio feature on the Escape, you'll need to spend more than $25,600, while the Trax will give Hudson, OH, drivers this feature for less than that.
  • While the Escape offers four-wheel drive, the Trax provides all-wheel drive. The problem with the Ford model is that you'll need to spend more than $24,000 to get 4WD on the SE trim, but with the Trax you can have AWD on the base trim for less than that.
  • With the Ford Escape you can get up to 29 mpg highway, while the Trax will provide you with up to 33 mpg highway so you can see less of the gas pump and more of the open road.
  • 4G LTE Wi-Fi for up to seven devices is a great feature to keep passengers happy, which is why the Trax provides it for you to try on the base trim, but you won't find it on the Escape.

Chevrolet Trax vs. Honda HR-V

  • To get SiriusXM Satellite Radio, you'll need to upgrade to the highest trim level of the HR-V, while the Trax offers it on the LT trim.
  • The 1.4-liter ECOTEC® Turbo MFI engine on the Trax will give you 148 pound-feet of torque, while the HR-V offers a 1.8-liter engine with 127 pound-feet of torque.
  • The Chevrolet Trax offers Kent, OH, customers eight different seating arrangements that will help you accommodate the variety of interests you have, but does the Honda HR-V?
  • The Honda HR-V says that it offers up to 31 mpg highway, while the Trax offers up to 33 mpg highway.
  • The ability to connect up to seven devices to the 4G LTE Wi-Fi is something the HR-V doesn't appear to offer, while the Trax does feature this on its base trim.
  • The Chevy Trax offers a seven-inch touchscreen on its base trim, while the Honda HR-V will make you upgrade to the EX trim level for the luxury.



 

As you can see, there are a variety of differences between the Chevrolet Trax, Ford Escape, and Honda HR-V, but you can discover in person just how well the Trax holds up while you take a test drive. We are certain that you'll appreciate the interior passenger volume and cargo space offered on this model, and when you're ready to discuss the financing options, our team is onsite to assist. Whether you opt for a Chevy lease or loan in the greater Cleveland area, we're glad to help you get the terms that are best for your budget and lifestyle. Why wait? Visit us today.