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So.... here's the preproduction version .. .

Looks pretty nice and different than the Blazer.
https://www.chevrolet.com/upcoming-v...eml_BSLP2_0619





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So.... here's the preproduction version .. .

Looks pretty nice and different than the Blazer.
https://www.chevrolet.com/upcoming-v...eml_BSLP2_0619






Looks nice. Afraid my next vehicle will have to be larger than our Equinox, however. Daughter and son-in-law may be moving closer to us and three-row seating becomes a factor for all of us to be able to do things together (grandchildren and car seats)! More than a year out, but I begin researching these things early, when I have the opportunity.

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I like it! First feeling I got was “Mini Cooper” - because of the roof, but it’s not gonna be *that* small, I hope.

But now there’s gonna be a Blazer AND a Trailblazer - at the same time? Isn’t that confusing?

What’s next - the Chevy Trail? LOL!

BTW: Is this going to replace the Trax - and be *that* size?

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Supposed to be between the Trax and Equinox in size.



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  • The new Chevrolet Trailblazer is a small crossover that sits between the Trax and the Equinox in the lineup.
  • It likely shares its platform and mechanicals with the new Buick Encore GX.
  • The Trailblazer will go on sale in early 2020, but no specs or pricing have been released.
No specs have been given, but we expect the Trailblazer to have a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with an automatic transmission as the only choice.

Front-wheel drive will be standard, with all-wheel drive as an option.

The Trailblazer will have an extensive list of standard features that includes automated emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, and lane-departure warning, while things like adaptive cruise control and a rearview camera mirror will be optional.
Chevy says the new Trailblazer will arrive at dealerships in early 2020, with pricing and full specs to be released closer to that on-sale date. We think the Trailblazer will start at around $22,000, topping out at near $30,000. With Chevy and Buick both surprise-releasing new crossovers of the same size in the same day, check back with us in a couple hours to see if GMC has released one, too.

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Looks nice. Afraid my next vehicle will have to be larger than our Equinox, however. Daughter and son-in-law may be moving closer to us and three-row seating becomes a factor for all of us to be able to do things together (grandchildren and car seats)! More than a year out, but I begin researching these things early, when I have the opportunity.

The same here. So we are looking at the new Blazer which has a 3rd seat option like the Traverse, but not sure how accessible the 3rd seat is for kids car seats. The Trailblazer will be smaller than the Blazer.
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Lots of choices now, that's for sure.
Each person is different and has different family needs.
What works for us is one smaller one and one larger one.
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The same here. So we are looking at the new Blazer which has a 3rd seat option like the Traverse, but not sure how accessible the 3rd seat is for kids car seats. The Trailblazer will be smaller than the Blazer.
JayTee--Thanks for that update. I hadn't looked at the Blazer closely and didn't realize it had a third row option. If it fits car seats, that may very well be a better solution for us than a Traverse or its equivalent.

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Jaytee, c&ws if the Blazer’s 3rd row seats are anything like the Acadia’s kids shouldn’t have a problem climbing back there. You wouldn’t want to take long drive with passengers back there but short drives they should be fine.
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I like it! First feeling I got was “Mini Cooper” - because of the roof, but it’s not gonna be *that* small, I hope.
I thought of a Range Rover as far as looks, but sportier. I like it as well. We'll have to see how the job goes in the next couple years to see if I want to move over to a brand new SUV vs keep what I've got. I wonder what the Terrain will look like!?!? (it could be on the site somewhere already....I have no idea...lol)
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So there must be a large class of buyers out there (lets call them descendent of Goldilocks) that look at the Trax and say ..hmm a bit to small and then try the equinox ...and say darn that is just too big.
Otherwise i do not understand the whole spectrum of SUV sizes that is being proposed.

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