Chevrolet is in no hurry to abandon the frame SUV TrailblazerJanuary 21, 2020
The brand will offer customers a slightly modified model. But changes in the technical part after the restyling are not expected.
Chevrolet is preparing the debut of its updated “frame” Trailblazer. On the Web you can already find spy photos of camouflaged news taken on the roads of Brazil. Today, the brand offers customers second-generation SUVs, which have been off the assembly line since 2012. In 2016, Trailblazer noticeably updated. The current restyling turned out to be more modest. Judging by the photo published by the Autos Segredos portal, this time the manufacturer slightly “retouched” the front part of the SUV. Under the “camouflage” can be hidden recycled bumper, upgraded head optics and other grille.
Photo spies could not look into the interior of the restyled Chevrolet Trailblazer. Experts suggest that the changes in the interior will be minimal. The only possible innovation is more modern multimedia.
The range of motors is also expected to remain unchanged. Recall, in Brazil, the “pre-reform” Trailblazer is equipped with a 2.8-liter turbodiesel with a return of 200 horsepower, working in conjunction with 6-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. In Thailand, a 2.5-liter 180-horsepower diesel engine is hiding under the hood of an SUV, and the drive can be rear-wheel. The American brand promises to present a restyled Chevrolet Trailblazer this year.
Chevrolet today has two cars with the name Trailblazer, however, only their name is related: in 2019, the company made a compact cross to the frame SUV. The SUV with a supporting body can be purchased in China and Korea, over time it will reach the American market. Large all-terrain vehicles today are sold in Southeast Asia, South America and Australia.
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