Pricing of the new Chevy Trailblazer is expected to start under $23,000 and arrives early 2020
Chevrolet hasn't revealed much to the public since debuting the Trailblazer at Auto Shanghai back in April 2019, only that its part of "the next chapter of Chevrolet SUV design." An announcement released weeks later did confirm availability of a U.S.-spec and mentioned it will be "positioned between the Trax and Equinox."
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With MSRP of the 2020 Trax from $21,300 and 2020 Equinox from $23,800, there isn't much room for base Trailblazer pricing to move, giving us a clear idea of what to expect. Upon our closer analysis of the price divide between Chevrolet models, a starting MSRP around the mid-$22,000 range seems very likely.
While pricing starts out competitive for what the Trailblazer is, a "baby Blazer," the confirmed RS trim should begin north of $30,000 and Premier above that once announced. Being part of "the next chapter of Chevrolet SUV design" will mean better standard features like active safety among many others, so even lower trims should feel well equipped.
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Expect more details on pricing and specifications as we get closer to the early 2020 launch.