All-wheel drive is available for all trim levels.
The handling was stable and body roll was negligible when cornering.
The steering was accurate and responsive that maneuvering around was effortless.
Braking performance was predictable and the firm pedal made it easy to modulate.
The high marks for safety provide a sense of security to the buyer.
Desired features for passenger convenience come standard in the base trim.
It was easy to enter through the doors even in tight parking spaces.
The headroom was spacious despite being a smaller SUV.
Fuel efficient engine could lessen trips to the gas station.
The engine suffered from turbo lag and acceleration was lackluster.
The transmission hesitated to shift down when power is needed.
The fuel economy of the Trax is less than a number of its rivals.
A full suite of advanced safety and driver aids is not available.
The option for a sunroof is only available with the midrange trim and higher.
The legroom for both rows was not as spacious as the headroom.
The cargo space is low compared to its competitors in the crossover segment.
There was no option for real leather upholstery even for the most expensive trim.
The front seats could be wider for increased stability.
The materials and its fit and finish weren’t as good as its competition.
The firm ride quality can be abrupt when driving over bumps and cracks.