The 2024 Chevrolet Trax is a compact crossover that’s ideally suited for navigating city streets. Its smaller size enables it to slip into tight parking spots with ease. The Trax is also comfortable taking on twisting rural roads. Completely redesigned for the 2024 model year, the Trax now comes in five trim levels. According to the Page Chevrolet dealer, the Chevy Trax is powered by a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that develops 137 horsepower and 162 lb-ft of torque, teamed to a six-speed automatic gearbox.
Maintaining your 2024 Chevy Trax is crucial to prolonging its lifespan and keeping it operating safely. The Page Chevy dealer recommends adhering to Chevrolet’s recommended maintenance schedule to ensure you enjoy years of trouble-free driving.
Chevrolet advises scheduling maintenance service for your 2024 Trax every 7,500 miles. This means the first maintenance visit will occur when your vehicle reaches 7,500 miles, with the subsequent visits every 7,500 miles. When you bring your Trax into the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center, our certified service technicians will inspect the vehicle, replenish the fluids, and replace parts as necessary.
Here’s an overview of the services our technicians will provide during the scheduled maintenance visits:
At the 7,500-mile maintenance visit, our mechanics will check the engine’s oil level and refill it if needed. They’ll also check the engine coolant and washer fluid levels. Other tasks during this service include rotating the tires and replacing the engine air cleaner filter. They’ll also inspect the brakes, parking brake, accelerator pedal, tire pressure, exhaust system, starter switch, restraint system, chassis, steering, and suspension. These services will be performed during each maintenance visit.
At the 15,000-mile mark, your 2024 Chevy Trax’s oil and oil filter will be changed. The wiper blades will also be inspected.
The 22,500-mile service will see the technicians replacing the passenger compartment air filter, along with the services mentioned above.
At 45,000 miles, the evaporative control system will be inspected. The cabin air filter and wiper blades will also be replaced.
At the 60,000-mile point, the spark plug wires and boots will be checked and replaced if necessary. The Spark plugs will also be replaced if needed.
At 75,000 miles, the body and hood lift support gas struts will need to be replaced.
When your Trax hits the 150,000-mile mark, our service technicians will drain and fill the engine cooling system and inspect the accessory drive belts.
We advise checking your engine’s oil level each time you refuel. If the oil level is low, top it off using the recommended oil for your vehicle. If you’re unsure about the type of oil to use, consult your owner’s manual or contact the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center. Call us to arrange your Trax’s next maintenance visit or if you have questions about your Trax’s maintenance.
You’ll find the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center at 118 W Hwy 66 in Flagstaff. We look forward to helping you with all your service needs!