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According to Car Buzz, the trim levels for the Trailblazer have leaked.

In total there will be 5 trim levels to choose from. In order it will start from the base L trim, then LS, LT, ACTIV, and RS.

The original Trailblazer disappeared from the US market in 2009 but carried on with success elsewhere. Chevy surprised us when it announced the Trailblazer would be returning, but not as a body-on-frame SUV. Instead, it's set to arrive in 2020 as a crossover sitting between the Trax and Equinox. The Trailblazer was replaced by the three-row Traverse, and has returned as something disappointedly small and on the sporty side. We knew already that the RS and ACTIV trim would be available, but GM Authority is reporting that its sources have let slip the three other levels that will be offered.

The base L model is reported to come with a front-wheel-drive only drivetrain, which fits with early claims from GM that it will start at under $20,000. For that money, we expect that will also mean the turbocharged 1.2-liter engine will be at the bottom of the Trailblazer pile, and the 155 horsepower 1.3-liter turbo engine will be an option or standard further up the trim levels. Next on the list is going to be the LS trim, and that's where an all-wheel-drive option should become available. Slotting in below ACTIV trim will be the LT trim level.
 

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Lets be honest here, WHO actually buys the L version? Most versions like it don't have features you'd expect!
Yeah that a very good question. My guess is you'll see a bunch of them the next time you want to rent a car.
 
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