The 2021 Chevrolet Trax is a subcompact crossover that’s perfect for driving around the city. The Trax’s small footprint helps it to maneuver in and out of tight urban spaces easily. With the optional four-wheel drive, the Trax can take on winding country roads. The Trax comes in two trim levels at the Prescott Valley Chevrolet dealer: LS and LT. It’s powered by a 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that generates 138 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque, paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.
If you’re a Trax owner, you’ll want to keep your vehicle running like new. According to Prescott Valley Chevrolet, the best way to enjoy many years of trouble-free driving is to bring the vehicle for regular maintenance according to the schedule recommended by the manufacturer. Each service interval has a specific set of required services.
Chevrolet recommends that Trax owners bring their vehicles in for maintenance at 7,500-mile intervals. So, the first maintenance visit will occur when the odometer reaches 7,500 miles. Successive visits should be scheduled at 15,000 miles, 22,500 miles, 30,000 miles, and so on. When you bring your Trax to the experts at the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center, our certified service technicians will examine the main systems to ensure there aren’t any problems.
Here are some of the services that will be performed during the different scheduled maintenance intervals:
Service technicians will check the engine oil and change the oil. They’ll replace the air filter, if necessary. The technicians will also check your Trax’s fuel system, the automatic transmission shift lock, ignition transmission lock, accelerator pedal and tires.
In addition to the maintenance service mentioned above, the windshield wipers will likely need replacement.
The service technicians will perform the standard maintenance service and replace the passenger compartment air filter.
During this service visit, the techs will perform the same services as the 15,000-mile service visit.
This is the standard maintenance visit, with the same services as the 7,500-mile visit.
This visit includes the services of the 7,500-mile visit. The service technician will also inspect the evaporative control system and replace the cabin air filter and the engine air filter.
We recommend checking your engine’s oil level whenever you stop for gas to determine whether your Trax is low on oil. If the vehicle needs oil, add the recommended type of oil to the fill level. If you’re not sure which kind of oil to use, check your owner’s manual or contact the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center. We’re glad to help.
Stay on top of your Trax’s service schedule. Don’t put off changing the oil for more than 600 miles past the scheduled maintenance mark. It’s essential to keep the engine properly lubricated. Delaying an oil change can result in damage to the engine.
Contact the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center to schedule your service visit. Feel free to call us if you have any questions about your Trax’s maintenance. We’re always glad to help.