Chevrolet released the full pricing for the upcoming Trailblazer and it is now officially the brand’s cheapest SUV. The automaker previously announced that the crossover’s price would not go over $20,000 and has confirmed it will be offered in five trim levels.
The 2020 Chevy Trailblazer retails at $19,995 for the entry-level L model and comes with a standard turbo 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that makes 137 horsepower. The engine is paired to a continuously variable transmission and has a front-wheel-drive setup. For the base trim, the interior is equipped with a standard 7.0-inch touchscreen as well as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility.
Next to the L trim is the Trailblazer LS, which is offered at $22,495 and is also available in an optional all-wheel-drive configuration for an additional $2,000. An AWD Trailblazer LS runs on a turbocharged 1.3-liter three-cylinder engine that makes 155 horsepower, but it comes with 17-inch wheels as against the L trim’s 16-inch steel wheels with wheel covers.
Third on the list is the LT variant, available at $24,595 with more equipment and standard 1.2-liter engine and front-wheel-drive. It is also offered with a 1.3-liter motor with FWD, while the AWD adds a bigger engine and $2,000 to the price tag.
Meanwhile, the Trailblazer Activ comes with a $26,395 price tag. It is designed as an off-road variant for the model and features a larger grille opening, different 17-inch wheels, Hankook Sport Terrain tires, as well as different tuning for the dampers. It is available in front- and all-wheel-drive setups, both of which will run on the standard 1.3-liter engine. The AWD option costs an extra $1,500 to consumers.
At $26,395, the Trailblazer RS is the most expensive trim. It’s the sporty variant boasting unique features and other appearance tweaks. The model is powered by the standard 1.3-liter engine and is also available in an optional AWD setup for an additional $1,500.
The 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer is set to go on sale in early 2020.