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Compact SUVs deliver many of the benefits of full-size sedans, plus added capability. Take the Buick Encore and Chevy Trax for example — both offer impressive fuel economy and seating for five. So, which is the better pick for your family — the Chevy or Buick SUV? Royal Automotive Group has compared the Buick Encore vs. Chevy Trax below to help you decide!
When you compare Buick vs. Chevrolet vehicles, you’ll notice that Buick offers better warranty coverage. Compare the Encore and Trax warranties below:
Buick and Chevrolet are divisions of General Motors, so drivers can expect a similar caliber of safety from both brands. In NHTSA crash tests, the 2019 Encore and 2019 Trax earned 5-star ratings in overall safety, front crash, and side crash. Both SUVs can be had with driver assists, such as a rearview camera, lane departure warning, rear cross-traffic alert, and blind spot monitoring. The Encore, however, offers front and rear park assist; the Trax offers rear park assist only.
The Chevy Trax and Buick Encore interiors offer many similar features, including 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot capability, 4-way front passenger seats, 60/40-split rear bench seats, and up to 48.4 cubic feet of cargo volume. However, the Buick stands out with a few extras that are either optional or unavailable for the Trax, such as cruise control, driver and passenger illuminated vanity mirrors, a leather/metal-look steering wheel, a metal-look gear shift knob, USB ports, a proximity key, and a 6-way power driver’s seat.
In the above Buick vs. Chevy comparison, the Buick Encore pulls ahead with superior warranty protection and exclusive features. Contact us to learn more about the Buick Encore vs. Chevrolet Trax, or to schedule a test drive at Royal Automotive Group, conveniently located near Marana and Sahuarita. Don’t forget to browse our new vehicle specials!