Meet the new Chevrolet Trax, same as the old Chevrolet Trax
That said, the Trax has been on sale for a few years longer in other markets, so this isn't exactly an accelerated timetable.
Exterior enhancements include new front and rear fasciae, as well as unique wheels for the new Premier trim level.
The real meat and potatoes of the update lie within the car.
Interior updates include an all-new dashboard design, which both looks and feels more expensive than it used to.
The standard infotainment system is a 7-inch Chevrolet MyLink touchscreen setup.
It features both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity, as well as an optional 4G LTE modem with Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities.
Ride quality is largely dependent on the trim level, with the wheels and tires producing either a stiff or soft ride. The lower trim levels are more comfortable over bad roads.
New safety equipment includes blind zone monitoring and forward collision warning.
Overall, the 2017 Trax should hit all the right spots for urban buyers that want something a bit more capacious than a subcompact sedan.