A new generation of Chevrolet Trailblazer will appear on the market in SeptemberAugust 23, 2019
The market debut of the new items will take place immediately after the official presentation at the Chengdu Motor Show. The first commercial vehicles have already appeared in the dealerships of the brand in China.
Sales of the new generation Chevrolet Trailblazer will start on September 5 this year immediately after the debut at the motor show in Chengdu, China. This was reported by the press service of General Motors. In the meantime, dealers of the brand in China accept the first commercial copies of the new product. It is known that the Chinese will be offered three versions of the Chevrolet Trailblazer at once: standard, bright Redline and sports RS. So, the Chevrolet Trailblazer in the RS version will receive glossy red elements of the exterior and interior, exclusive rugs, pedals with metal plates, as well as leather trim with contrasting stitching.
The sporty Trailblazer flaunts bifurcated tailpipes, a rear diffuser, aerodynamic body kit and 19-inch alloy wheels.
Recall, a prototype of the new generation Chevrolet Trailblazer was shown back this spring at the Shanghai Motor Show. It became more compact, and its appearance was designed in the spirit of the latest Chevrolet Tracker and Orlando with a two-tier head optics and a signature radiator grille. Under the hood of the Trailblazer 2020, a non-alternative 1.3-liter 165-hp turbo engine is installed, combined with a nine-speed automatic transmission or CVT. The drive can be either front or full. The manufacturer gives an extended warranty on the engine and transmission – eight years or 160 thousand kilometers.
Meanwhile, it became known that a new generation of Renault Logan and Sandero will enter the market next year. It is expected that the entire budget line will move to the new CMF platform.
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