Chevrolet has produced some of the most iconic cars and trucks in automotive history. From the Impala to the Silverado, and of course the Suburban, Chevy’s presence on the US’ roads isn’t about to go away anytime soon.
Lately, the company has started to focus more on sport utility vehicles, while simultaneously moving away from sedans and hatchbacks. While this move did result in the death of some of the company’s most iconic cars, it did open the floodgates to a whole slew of new crossovers and SUVs for drivers to enjoy.
As of this writing, Chevy produces six SUVs, ranging in size from compact crossovers to giant family haulers. With their customer base diversifying and the needs of consumers constantly changing, Chevy has made it a priority to produce an SUV to fit every lifestyle and environment.
In this list, we’ll examine every SUV Chevy makes, arranged by size, along with some of their features and what type of person each model will benefit the most.
Chevy’s smallest SUV, the Trax shares similarities with other compact models in the company’s lineup. It’s sold under the Buick badge as the Encore, and in parts of Europe as the Opel Mokka. Chevy markets the Trax as an urban crossover, aimed at young people and couples, who want the space and versatility of a crossover but with the agility of a sedan.
Starting at $21k, the Trax is also the least expensive SUV in the company’s lineup. A sporty little crossover with an eye for technology, the Trax has available smartphone integration and a 4G LTE hotspot. The later is becoming more common in most of Chevy’s models. Apple Carplay and Android Auto are standard, and the infotainment system can allow for two Bluetooth devices to stream simultaneously.