Chevy is set to revive its trailblazer nameplate, ended production in 2009, the car will re-enter the automotive industry as a small crossover with sporty appearance and host of technology. The car shares many components with Buick Encore GX, including powertrain options. Sharing its aggressive-looking from a larger sibling, the Blazer, which gives him a more sports car look than crossover which makes it a good competitor in the market. The top trim will be sportiest of all in terms of appearance.
The model will be more spacious than Trax but smaller than Blazer. The ACTIV trim of the car is a more off-road oriented version with the larger front grille, tuned dampers, and all-terrain sports tires. The company also offers an optional all-wheel-drive feature but at an extra cost from the customer’s pocket. The key competitors for the car include Kia soul, Nissan Kicks, Hyundai Venue, and Kia Seltos. The comfort between trim levels such as ACTIV trim could be distinguished due to the boarding of special tires and suspension tuning for the model.
2021 Chevy Trailblazer Price
The 2021 Chevy Trailblazer base model starts at less than $20,000, making it affordable than the bigger Trax. Only the base model L cannot be clubbed with an all-wheel-drive and 1.3-liter engine option. The pricing for the base L model will be $19,995, the LS variant $22,495, the LT $24.595, the ACTIV trim for $26,395, and the premium trim RS $26,395. The LT trim offers the best value for money deal when clubbed with the optional bigger engine and all-wheel-drive feature for an extra $2000.
2021 Chevy Trailblazer Release Date
The new Trailblazer crossover will debut the showroom in the spring of the calendar year 2020 followed by the deliveries in the later months. To get more information on the release date and other information stay tuned.
2021 Chevy Trailblazer Specifications
Similar to Buick Encore GX, the company is also offering two powertrain options to the model. A 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine generating 137 horsepower (102 kilowatts) powering the front wheels by a continuous variable automatic transmission (CVT). Second, a 1.3-liter three-cylinder producing 155 horsepower (115 kilowatts). The optional all-wheel-drive can be fitted with extra cost. The ACTIV and top RS trim gets 1.3-liter engine as standard and an optional extra $1500 AWD feature. Since the car share engine with Encore GX, the fuel efficiency is also expected to remain the same at about combined 31 mpg.
The company claims a total of 54 cubic feet of cargo space with 60 / 40 split second-row seats folded, the car has six cubic feet of more space than Trax. The trailblazer will boast the company’s new interface in the infotainment system which allows two Bluetooth devices to be connected at the same time. It will continue supporting Apple Carplay, Android Auto integration, and Sirius satellite radio. The touchscreen size would be 7.0-inch as standard across all variants with a Wi-Fi hotspot.
The car will come with a host of driver-assist technology like lane-departure, front pedestrian braking, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control. The company covers the car with some standard warranty coverage such as limited warranty for a period of 3 years or 36000 miles alike its predecessor. The powertrain warranty cover for 5 years or 60,000 miles and the complimentary maintenance for the first visit.