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If you find yourself searching for the perfect SUV in Buffalo, you’re likely considering the Chevy Trax and the Chevy Traverse. But which of these capable vehicles will best fit your needs? The Chevy Trax is a subcompact SUV, and the Chevy Equinox is a compact SUV, meaning that each offers something a little different in terms of performance, pricing, space, capability, and more. Learn about how the Trax vs. Equinox compare with Joe Basil Chevrolet!
The 2020 Chevy Trax five-passenger SUV is set apart from the competition by a bold design and tons of inherent practicality. Providing a tidy exterior and car-like agility, this subcompact SUV is ideal for both Cheektowaga drivers looking to upgrade from cars and drivers looking to downsize from larger SUVs. Plus, starting at just $21,300, the Trax has a price in line with what some small to midsize sedans now cost, with the added benefits of an SUV. On the other hand, the 2020 Chevy Equinox five-passenger SUV provides even more room for passengers to stretch out, plus added cargo space for a starting price of just $23,800.
The Chevy Trax has plenty of power to get you from Cheektowaga to Lancaster and beyond efficiently. In fact, the Trax boasts a standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine with plenty of power and impressive EPA-estimated 26 mpg city/31 mpg highway fuel efficiency ratings. The Chevy Equinox, on the other hand, achieves the same estimated fuel efficiency ratings, while providing a standard 1.5L 170-hp turbocharged engine. What’s more, the Equinox also offers an upgraded 2.0L turbocharged 250-hp engine.
If space is a high-priority, then the Chevy Equinox could be ideal for you. While both the Chevy Equinox and Trax boast seating for up to five passengers, the larger Equinox has more space for each passenger to stretch out, making it a more ideal family SUV in Depew. The Chevy Equinox also has significantly more cargo space than the Trax, at 63.9 cubic feet vs. 48.4 cubic feet, respectively.
Compare the Chevy Equinox vs. Chevy Trax with regard to drivetrain choice, and they’re neck-and-neck. Both Chevy SUVs offer standard front-wheel-drive or available all-wheel-drive for enhanced all-season, all-weather capability. Still, when properly equipped with the available 2.0L engine, the Equinox boasts an impressive 3,500-pound max towing capacity much higher than the 1,500-pound max towing capacity of the Chevy Trax.
Ready to see how the Chevrolet Equinox vs. Chevrolet Trax compare for your Depew driving needs? Contact us today here at Joe Basil Chevrolet, and we’ll be happy to answer any of your model-specific questions. We’re also happy to help you arrange affordable Chevy financing solutions. We can’t wait to help you with your new SUV needs!