Also known as the L trim, the base model starts at $24,525 (including $945 destination) and comes with an assortment of amenities: 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels with all-season tires, heated outside mirrors, keyless entry, keyless ignition, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, a split-folding rear seat, Bluetooth, a seven-inch Chevrolet MyLink touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and OnStar 4G LTE connectivity.
Chevrolet made a few interesting equipment decisions with its base model. For example, LED daytime running lights are paired with halogen headlamps and floor mats are provided only in the front. 12-volt power outlets are in all rows and the rear cargo area, but there’s only a single USB port in the front center stack. A tire inflator kit takes the place of the spare tire, which is available on other trims . There also are only two exterior color choices (silver, white), one interior hue (gray), no body-color exterior adornments, and no rear privacy glass.
There is no skimping on safety, however, as a rearview camera, Teen Driver controls, and a trail package of OnStar Guidance Plan are standard. Teen Driver allows for configurable vehicle settings associated with a key fob, which includes limiting certain features as well as preventing safety systems from being disabled. The OnStar Guidance Plan offers a variety of features such as roadside assistance, automatic crash response, stolen vehicle support, and advanced diagnostics.