Chevy is resurrecting another sport utility to add to their growing lineup that includes the Trax, Equinox, Blazer, Traverse, Tahoe and Suburban. GM resurrects the Chevy Trailblazer for 2021 as a small crossover as more American’s abandon the traditional sedan.
Expected in early 2020 for model year 2021, the small crossover will slot between the 2021 Trailblazer will be visually similar to the Chevy Blazer but smaller than the current Equinox.
The Chevrolet Trailblazer will include an RS trim with standard two-tone roof that allows drivers to purchase a vehicle that reflects their lifestyle.
The interior of the Trailblazer is relatively conservative overall, although the dashboard and center touchscreen are more streamlined compared to other SUVs. Some trim levels have splashes of color around the seats and vents to complement the primary interior color.
All Trailblazers will come with standard active safety tech including automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection and active lane control. Adaptive cruise control, rear park assist, and a high definition rear vision camera will be available.
Chevrolet is bringing back the Trailblazer name, but not on the kind of product that you would expect. As such, expect reasonable efficiency and comfort from the Trailblazer given its compact dimensions.
GM last produced the Trailblazer for the U.S. with the 2009 model year. During the SUV craze of the early 2000s, TrailBlazer was a successful midsize SUV, offered in five- and seven-passenger versions.
GM will announce pricing, powertrains and fuel economy closer to the Trailblazer’s early arrival to dealerships in 2020.
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