The 2022 Chevrolet Trax is the ideal subcompact crossover for urban drivers. Its small footprint allows it to easily maneuver in and out of tight urban spaces. The Trax can effortlessly take on winding country roads with its optional four-wheel drive. The Trax comes in two trim levels at the Seligman Chevrolet dealer: LS and LT. It’s equipped with a 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 138 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque, teamed to a six-speed automatic gearbox.
If you drive the 2022 Chevy Trax, you’ll want to keep it running in new condition. According to the Seligman Chevy dealer, the best way to enjoy years of trouble-free driving is to bring your Trax for regular maintenance according to Chevrolet’s recommended maintenance schedule. 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. Subsequent visits should be scheduled at 15,000 miles, 22,500 miles, 30,000 miles, and so on. When you bring your Trax to the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center experts, our certified service technicians will inspect the vehicle for problems and replace fluids and parts.
These are the services our technicians will perform during the initial scheduled maintenance visits:
During the first scheduled maintenance visit, our service technicians will check the engine’s oil level and top it off, if necessary. They’ll also check the engine coolant and washer fluid levels. Other services during this maintenance visit include replacing the engine air cleaner filter and a tire rotation. The technicians will inspect the brakes, tires and tire pressure, accelerator pedal, parking brake, starter switch, exhaust system, restraint system, steering, chassis and suspension. These services will be repeated during each maintenance service visit.
In addition to the maintenance services listed above, the service technicians will change your Trax’s oil and oil filter. They’ll also inspect the wiper blades.
During the 22,500-mile maintenance service, the technicians will replace the passenger compartment air filter.
This visit includes an inspection of the evaporative control system. The service technicians will also replace the cabin air filter and wiper blades.
At 60,000 miles, the technicians will check and replace the spark plug’s wires and boots. The spark plugs will be replaced if necessary.
When the odometer reaches 70,000 miles, it will be time to replace the body and hood lift support gas struts.
When your Trax reaches 150,000 miles, the service technicians will check the rear-axle fluid (AWD models). They’ll also inspect the accessory drive belts and drain and fill the engine cooling system.
We recommend checking the engine’s oil level whenever you stop for gas. If the vehicle needs oil, add the recommended type of oil to the fill level. If you’re unsure which kind of oil to use, check your owner’s manual or contact the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center. We’re happy to help.
Call the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center to schedule your maintenance visit. Contact us if you have any questions about your Trax’s maintenance.