2018 Chevrolet Trax vs. 2018 Honda HR-V
The 2018 Trax
vs. 2018 HR-V comparison is neck and neck, but the Trax pulls ahead thanks to the following benefits:
- 7″ MyLink Infotainment Touchscreen
- Six-Speaker Audio System
- More Roadside Assistance Protection
Standard Tech Features
In the base trim, the 2018 Chevrolet Trax LS includes features you’re more likely to find in luxury models:
- OnStar 4G LTE Connection
- Wi-Fi Hotspot
- Apple CarPlay
- Android Auto
- Dual USB Ports
Unfortunately, the 2018 HR-V LX is lacking these high-tech systems, and in the case of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, they can’t be equipped with any trim.
Roadside Assistance Protection
Both Chevrolet and Honda have strong reputations for providing long lasting vehicles, but the new Chevy Trax has an ace up its sleeve. You’ll get 60-months/60,000-miles of roadside assistance, while the HR-V’s roadside assistance runs out after 36-months/36,000-miles. Whether you have a flat tire in Chicago Heights or need towing to a nearby dealership, Chevy roadside assistance can help.
Drive the Trax to Experience the Chevrolet Advantage
See the difference between the Chevrolet Trax and the Mazda CX-3 in person. Test drive the Chevy Trax at Chevrolet of Homewood today! Our low price guarantee ensures you get the vehicle you want at the best price possible. Contact us today with any questions.