Stepping up to the LT trim brings the price of the Trax up to $23,895 and brings some creature comforts to the vehicle. On the outside, the LT trim adds deep tinted glass, halogen projector-type headlights, LED taillights, heated and power-adjustable exterior mirrors, 16-inch aluminum wheels, roof-mounted side rails, and a transfer case shield. The LT interior comes with SiriusXM Satellite Radio, a storage compartment under the front passenger seat, cruise control, a 110-volt power outlet, and a remote start system. Just like on the LS trim, adding all-wheel drive is an additional $1,500.
The LT trim adds a few more available packages, including the LT Convenience Package ($450) that adds two spare keys, a six-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, keyless open, a leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel, deluxe cloth seats with leatherette seat trim, and keyless start. The Sun and Sound Package ($1,400) brings a power sunroof and a Bose seven-speaker audio system to the vehicle. The Driver Confidence Package ($495) includes a trio of safety features, including rear park assist, rear cross-traffic alert, and blind-spot monitoring. Lastly, the Redline Edition ($1,350) adds a variety of sporty touches, which include 18-inch aluminum wheels, 18-inch all-season tires, black mirror caps, a black grille, black bow ties, black beltline moldings, and black and red Trax badges.