Chevrolet Trax

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Chevrolet Trax

Chevrolet Trax is a subcompact CUV/mini SUV (Europe) sold by the Chevrolet division by General Motors. It was introduced in 2013.[1] It replaced both the Chevrolet HHR station wagon and the Suzuki based Tracker subcompact SUV. It is a mere rebadged version of Opel Mokka, which is also offered in the U.S. as Buick Encore. It is built on GM's Gamma platform.[2] The Gamma platform is also used to built the Sonic and the Spark. In 2014 it replaced the Chevrolet Captiva Sport as GM's fleet car. The car is sold under the name Tracker in Russia due to the word trax loosely. translating to a sexual connotation. GM has thought of selling a GMC version of this vehicle due to sales success in the U.S.

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  1. "Chevrolet Trax". The Car Connection. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  2. Timmothy Cain (14 May 2015). "April 2015: Finally A Strong Month For Subcompact Car Sales In America". The Truth About Cars. Retrieved 15 May 2015.