Three months after the regional launch of the refreshed 2021 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SUV in Brazil, the only country in the world where it is now manufactured, General Motors has just introduced the latest update to the midsize utility vehicle in Argentina. As such, the South American country becomes the third market to receive the 2021 TrailBlazer SUV after Brazil and Paraguay.
The arrival of the 2021 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SUV in Argentina occurs a few weeks after the local presentation of the refreshed 2021 Chevy S10, from which it’s derived. As is the case with the midsize pickup, this is the second refresh for the second-generation TrailBlazer in its eight-year cumulative history, the main new features being the distinctive front-end design as well as more modern technology and safety equipment.
Aesthetically, the 2021 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SUV stands out for its more impactful visual identity that it shares with the range-topping S10 High Country. The front now adopts the CHEVROLET inscription on a prominent horizontal bar, which on the TrailBlazer includes chrome trim that contrasts with the fully blacked out finish of the pickup, while the gold Bow Tie sits discreetly at the bottom of the grille.
In addition, the seven-seat midsize SUV substantially improves its technological feature list with the latest Chevrolet infotainment system and advanced OnStar services, including an on-board 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. On the safety front, the refreshed 2021 TrailBlazer adds automatic braking with pedestrian detection and intelligent brake assist, making it the most modern model in its segment in South America.
As in other South American markets where the SUV is sold, the refreshed 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer arriving in Argentina will be exclusively offered in Premier trim. It’s powered by the same Duramax turbo-diesel 2.8L XLD28 inline-four engine which develops 200 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque, paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.
The 2021 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SUV is now available throughout the official dealer network in Argentina. It’s backed by a three-year/100,000-kilometer warranty and customers can select from the following six paint colors: Summit White, Switchblade Silver, Black Meet Kettle, Son Of A Gun Gray, Dark Shadow Gray and Darkmoon Blue. The Premier edition’s MSRP is set at 4,518,900 ARS, or about $54,285 USD at the current exchange rate.