The Chevrolet MyLink audio system with seven-inch screen is standard on L, LS and LT Cloth models, but our LT Leather came with the MyLink system with an eight-inch screen, which also is standard on RS, Premier and High Country models, and available on LT Cloth. Both systems are compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
Also standard on all models--and a cool feature on our tester – is the OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, which includes a three-month/3GB data trial. This gives everyone on board Wi-Fi access for their portable devices, as long as the vehicle is in cell service range.
A driver-information center with 3.5-inch display is standard on L, LS and LT Cloth models, while the 4.2-inch display is standard on LT Leather, RS, Premier and High Country; and available on LT Cloth.
We also had heated, leather-trimmed front seats on our LT Leather model; they are also included on the RS, Premier and High Country
A heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats and heated second-row outboard seats are standard on Premier and High Country models, as is wireless phone charging.
While our vehicle came with standard cruise control, the new adaptive cruise control is included only on the High Country model.
Remote start, which was a nice feature on the cold January days, was standard on our vehicle. It's also included on RS, Premier and High Country models, and available on LT Cloth
Chevrolet's Teen Driver feature is included on all models
While a rearview camera system is standard on all models, we had Surround Vision with rear camera mirror on our LT Leather model; these are also standard on RS, Premier and High Country trims.
Also included on our LT Leather model were rear park assist, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane-change alert with blind spot alert.