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The Trailblazer will officially go on sale in spring 2020. It will have a starting price below $20,000 and will come with a choice of two turbocharged three-cylinder engines.

At $20,000, the Trailblazer will be a bit cheaper than the Chevy Trax, even though the Trailblazer is slightly larger.

After the base model, Activ and RS trim levels will offer different appearance packages, with the Activ going for a more off-road angle and the RS meant to look sportier. Both of those trim levels should be in the mid-$20,000 range but full pricing hasn't been released yet.
 

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The full pricing for the Trailblazer has finally been announced!

According to Car and Driver, it will have a starting price of $19,995, and fully equipped models range up to $27,895. It will go on sale in early 2020 and it's available in five trim levels including L, LS, LT, Activ, and RS, and all-wheel drive is optional on all but the base L.

The base L model is the one that carries that attractive sub-$20,000 price. It comes standard with a turbo 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine with 137 horsepower, a continuously variable transmission, and front-wheel drive. A 7.0-inch touchscreen comes standard and includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The Trailblazer LS starts at $22,495 and opens up the option of all-wheel drive, which costs $2000 extra. Checking this box also adds a more powerful turbocharged 1.3-liter three-cylinder that makes 155 horsepower, and the LS also gets 17-inch wheels as opposed to the L's 16-inch steel wheels with wheel covers.

At $24,595, the LT adds more equipment and comes standard with the 1.2-liter engine and front-wheel drive. The more powerful 1.3-liter motor is a standalone option at this level with front-wheel drive, and the LT AWD model costs $2000 extra and comes standard with the bigger engine.

The Trailblazer Activ, starting at $26,395, is positioned as an off-road trim level and comes with a larger grille opening, different 17-inch wheels, and Hankook Sport Terrain tires, along with different tuning for the dampers. Both front- and all-wheel-drive versions of the Activ come standard with the 1.3L engine, and all-wheel drive costs $1500 extra here.
 

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It would be great with standard AWD!
Most folks want AWD from what I realized and might be a win-win for both consumer and GM if offered like that.
 

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It would be great with standard AWD!
Most folks want AWD from what I realized and might be a win-win for both consumer and GM if offered like that.
More companies should offer vehicles with all-wheel drive as standard. Subaru has always been smart doing that.
 
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