The Performance Package is available on the 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT trim level with front-wheel drive only and includes the turbocharged 1.3L L3T three-cylinder engine as well as Sport and Snow driving modes. The package, which costs $1,395, also bundles the equipment from the $345 Driver Confidence and $620 Convenience Packages.
The Driver Confidence Package includes the following features:
- Rear Park Assist
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert
The Convenience Package, meanwhile, includes the following:
- Automatic climate control
- SiriusXM Radio trial subscription
- Eight-inch color touchscreen
- One type-A and one type-C charging-only USB ports
- 120-volt Power Outlet
- Inside rearview auto-dimming mirror
- Driver and front passenger sliding visors with covered illuminated vanity mirrors
The main takeaway here is that the larger, more powerful 1.3L engine is no longer available on the Trailblazer LT with FWD. From now on, the only way to get the 1.3L engine in the Trailblazer LT trim level will be by adding all-wheel drive. For 2021, the Trailblazer LT AWD is priced from $26,695, which includes the 1.3L engine as standard and replaces the continuously variable transmission with the GM nine-speed automatic. Adding the Driver Confidence Package and Convenience Package to a 2021 Trailblazer LT AWD will raise the price to $27,660.
To be clear, the prices in this article are for the 2021 model year Chevy Trailblazer only. GM has yet to release full pricing for the 2022 Chevrolet Trailblazer, but we’re not expecting major deviations from the 2021 pricing structure.
As we reported previously, the 2022 Chevrolet Trailblazer will also receive an optional heated steering wheel. A heated wheel was offered on the 2021 Trailblazer in Korea, but GM has now made a heated wheel available for American Trailblazer customers as well.