The entry-level, front-wheel-drive L model – which you'll probably never see on dealer lots – has a base MSRP of $24,475, while a loaded, range-topping, AWD Premier checks in at $40,545. Both prices include an $895 destination charge. The volume model, though, will likely be the LT trim, with a starting price of $27,645 and standard features like:
- Steering wheel audio, phone, and driver information center controls
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- HID headlights and LED daytime running lights
- Power driver's seat with lumbar adjustment
- Second row seat release levers in cargo compartment
Those features are in addition to a standard, seven-inch MyLink touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatability, a rear view camera, Bluetooth, 4G LTE wifi, and active noise cancellation are standard on all trims, as is Chevrolet's Teen Driver technology. This system allows parents to program certain driving parameters as well as receive a report on driving behavior, making it perfect to make sure little Jimmy behaves behind the wheel. However, the only way to get advanced driver assists like low speed automatic emergency braking is by adding the $1,895 Confidence and Convenience II Package to either the top-spec Premier model.
As of this writing, the only engine choice is a turbocharged, 1.5-liter four cylinder boasting 170 horsepower and 203 lb-ft of torque mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. It comes with an EPA-estimated 26 miles per gallon in the city, 32 on the highway, and 28 combined. In the near future, Chevrolet plans on offering two additional engine options: a larger 2.0-liter turbocharged four cylinder matched to a nine-speed automatic, as well as a 1.6-liter turbodiesel.