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2021 Chevy Trailblazer Will Boast Under $20,000 Price Tag

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The latest addition to Chevrolet’s growing SUV lineup
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Spring 2020 will usher in the stylish, well-equipped 2021 Chevy Trailblazer boasting a starting sticker price of $20,000. The new Trailblazer is quintessential Chevrolet with a bold sports car design in the back and a striking front fascia. Drivers who opt for the ACTIV trim package or the RS trim will outfit their Trailblazer with even more sporty design aesthetics and sports-tuned performance.

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“The Trailblazer doesn’t simply let customers express their personal style. It encourages it with uniquely styled trims that allow buyers to select a vehicle that reflects their lifestyle,” said Stuart Norris, design director of global Chevrolet compact SUVs. “Its design is bold, confident and full of personality.”

ACTIV and RS trims design style

  • Two-tone roof
  • Wraparound taillamps across liftgate and bodyside

ACTIV trim design

  • Rugged and larger dual-port grille
  • Unique tires – Hancock Sport Terrain 17-inch tires
  • ACTIV dampers
  • Standard roof rails
  • Trapezoid-shaped exhaust tips

RS trim design

  • Performance-inspired mesh grille accented by Chevy bowtie in black

A long list of advanced driver assist and safety systems are standard on the new Trailblazer. Drivers will feel more confident behind the wheel thanks to tech such as Forward Collision Alert, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Front Pedestrian Braking, Automatic Emergency Braking, and IntelliBeam Headlamps (Auto High Beam Assist). Help is never far away thanks to standard OnStar connectivity. Features such as Rear Park Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control – Camera, Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, and an HD Rear Vision Camera are available.

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Drivers who opt for front-wheel drive-equipped Trailblazer models will have three modes, Normal, Snow, and Sport, to adjust to driving conditions.