Chevrolet has issued its updated version of the popular Trailblazer crossover utility vehicle (CUV) for the 2024 model year. The changes are mostly low-key, but include several important upgrades and tech features. Here's what's new with the 2024 Chevy Trailblazer.

Refreshed Nose And Color Choices

The most obvious change to the new Trailblazers comes from a reshaped grille and fascia that sports sharper headlights in an upper portion and oval-shaped lower lamps. Buyers have two more color choices too: Copper Harbor Metallic and Cacti Green.

Moreover, depending on which trim is chosen, there are certain exterior accents to look forward to: black trims, trapezoidal mesh pattern in the grille, 19-inch wheels, and chrome finished-exhaust tips all come standard with the RS edition. The Activ trim offers revised shocks and dampers specifically designed to enhance offroad performance.

Enhanced Standard Technology

Inside the cabin is where things get more exciting — no more 7 or 8 inch displays; the standard infotainment system now includes a large 11-inch diagonal monitor that supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. An 8 inch driver display replaces it 4.2 inch predecessor as well in this latest iteration of the Trailblazer. These slick features join other existing stock features such as push button start, cruise control, and high definition rear camera capabilities as well s a wireless phone charger found within LT, Activ and RS editions respectively.

Roomy Interior Arrangement For Storage Adaptability

The front passenger seat can fold flat to fit items up to 8 feet 5 inches (2.59 meters) long which is convenient for those spontaneous home improvement runs or trips out of town when you need a quick place to store your gear! Not forgetting rear seatbacks that can also be folded down revealing up 54 cubic feet (1,540 liters) of cargo volume – ideal for camping trips or road trips that require extra legroom for passengers!

Under The Hood Enhacements Remain Unchanged

The 2024 model year introduced three engine options for potential buyers — a 1.2 liter turbocharged three cylinder creating 137 horsepower (102 kW) along with 162 pound feet (220 Newton-meters of torque); 1.3 liter turbocharged three cylinder making 155 hp (116 kW) plus 174 lb ft of torque; both engines pair with CVT transmission driving front wheels with optional AWD having nine speed automatic transmission abilities.


When it launched at 2021 model year prices started at $19 995 before destination fee; 2023 models cost $23 395 after $1 295 destination fee thus far – pricing details relating to 2024 models remain under wraps until further notice – stay tuned savvy shoppers alike!

Source: Chevrolet

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Евгений Ушаков
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