Compare the Buick Encore vs. Chevy Trax in Rochester Hills
Seat five people and stay in style, thanks to the Buick Encore. This is an SUV that doesn't hold back on the features, but also balances performance and features so you can enjoy the commute from Rochester Hills. We know that you have enough on your plate, so we've taken the time to compare the Buick Encore, a favorite here on our lot, and the Chevrolet Trax. Which will be the right fit for you?
On the base trim, you can expect to find a seven-inch touchscreen display on the Chevrolet Trax SUV, while the Buick Encore SUV gives you an eight-inch touchscreen to start out with on the base trim level.
For better clarity of sound, the Buick Encore offers QuietTuning, which is a brand-exclusive feature to help cancel out road noise so that you can enjoy your SiriusXM Satellite Radio better. In the Chevy Trax, you won't find QuietTuning.
In your commute from Auburn Hills, enjoy the convenience that you get from Siri EyesFree in the Buick Encore, but don't expect to find it on the Trax.
Both of these SUVs give Shelby Township drivers a 1.4-liter engine with 138 horsepower, but only the Buick Encore offers up to 33 mpg highway.
Get all-wheel drive on both of these attractive SUVs, and Stabilitrak with the Encore for added stability when traveling.
Both offer a rear vision camera, smartphone integration from Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and 4G LTE Wi-Fi, but the Trax doesn't give you Natural Voice Recognition like the Encore does.
We encourage our Sterling Heights and Troy MI drivers to come to visit us for a test drive in the exciting and efficient new Buick Encore to see for yourself how it manages to give you what you need while knowing what you want.