British buyers will soon be able to choose from two slightly different flavored versions of General Motors' new small crossover, as the new Chevrolet Trax will join the already available Vauxhall (Opel for the rest of Europe) Mokka in July.
The two models feature a different body detailing and a dashboard design, but beyond that, they are the identical. On Friday, Chevrolet released initial pricing for the Trax that starts from £15,495 for the base petrol-engine LS trim, and £17,495 for the better specified LT that includes Chevy's MyLink technology.
Vauxhall's Mokka starts at £15,995, though; the carmaker has pointed out that this model is geared more towards fleet customers.
The available powertrain options for the Trax are the same as on the Mokka and include an 113hp (115PS) 1.6-liter petrol paired to 5-speed manual, a 138hp (140PS) 1.4-liter turbo'd petrol linked to a 6-speed manual, and a 128hp (130PS) 1.7-liter diesel with either a 6 speed manual or 6 speed auto.
All manual transmission variants come with Stop/Start technology, while buyers will be able to choose between front-wheel drive (FWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) variants.
Detailed pricing will be released closer to launch in July.