Refreshed 2024 Chevy Trailblazer To Be Revealed On February 8th20
The current third-generation Chevy Trailblazer was introduced for the 2021 model year, debuting an all-new small crossover. Now, GM Authority has exclusively learned that the upcoming 2024 Chevy Trailblazer will introduce a mid-cycle model refresh for the nameplate, with a reveal slated for Wednesday, February 8th.
For the moment, exact details on what the forthcoming 2024 Chevy Trailblazer refresh will entail remain under wraps. That said, we can expect some exterior styling revisions, new paint color options, new wheel designs, and possibly an infotainment system update as well. Meanwhile, the trim level lineup and powertrain setup should both remain unchanged with the introduction of the 2024 Chevy Trailblazer.
The current 2023 Chevy Trailblazer ushers in only a handful of small changes and updates compared to the preceding 2022 model year, including a few revisions to the exterior paint options list, with Zeus Bronze Metallic (paint code G7G), Oasis Blue (paint code GHC), and Satin Steel Metallic (paint code GYM) dropped for the 2023 model year. Four new hues were introduced as replacements, including Nitro Yellow Metallic (paint code GHS), Fountain Blue (paint code GLN), Sterling Gray Metallic (paint code GZB), and Iridescent Pearl Tricoat (paint code J3B). As covered previously, the 2023 Chevy Trailblazer is no longer available in Vivid Orange Metallic (paint code GHD) and Blue Glow Metallic (paint code GGK), as both colors have been built out for the remainder of the 2023 model year.
Per a GM Authority post published last month, GM recently increased the 2023 Chevy Trailblazer’s destination freight charge (DFC), which is now set at $1,295, a $100 increase. Pricing for the 2023 Chevy Trailblazer now starts at $23,395.
As for what’s under the hood, the Chevy Trailblazer offers two engine options, including the turbocharged 1.2L I3 LIH gasoline engine, which is rated at 137 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque, and the turbocharged 1.3L I3 L3T gasoline engine, which is rated at 155 horsepower and 174 pound-feet of torque. The crossover rides on the GM VSS-F platform, with production for the North American market taking place at the GM Bupyeong plant in South Korea.
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This or the Trax is probably going to be my next CUV. I’m leasing an Envision now, but I’m ready to downsize and get into something more affordable. Main driver for going with the TrailBlazer would be the 1.3T with 9 speed/AWD.
My company has TrailBlazers as there runabouts and the 1.3T gets up to 60 in about 7.9 seconds. Sounds like a 5 cylinder too. Sporty note when you rev it.
If we can get a refresh on the dashboard/radio like they’re doing with the Trax, I’m sold on the Trailblazer.
I’m sorry, but I have to disagree. As much as I love the trailblazer, its is horribly slow. I was in the market last month for something in this segment and the crosstrek with the 2.5 blows it away. It has both more power/much quicker and it is better on gas since I essentially drive 60 mph for 90 percent of my driving. Plus I know its going to be more reliable. I’m a huge gm fan, but the first generation of every new drivetrain always has some issues (i had an early cruise with the 1.4). I could be wrong with that point, but there is no hiding how slow both the drivetrains are for the trailblazer. Anything slower that 8.5 to 60 mph should be illegal this day and age
Hmm, you’ve learned from your sources… I’m sure a new article with the spy shots will be available in a few days.
So what’s wrong with that?
Having worked in auto media for a while now, this is how it works: GMA reports a future vehicle is on the way. The spies then scramble to get the first shots. Most of the time the spies catch something in a few days.
Riddle me this Sigurd… how would spy shots indicate when it will be revealed?
It can’t get worst can’t it ?
I like this trailblazer and I hope the update brings more good to the name. I love how everyone here comments on how slow or 0-60 times lol get real your driving an SUV it’s meant for utility not going fast which we should not be doing anyway. As for the Crosstrek my father owns one and it’s junk… The rear bearings went, the brakes don’t hold up very well under normal driving, the paint is coming off the brakes backing plate and makes a horrible noise, it rides rough and when you hit a bump the interior creeks and rattles, the cvt is a no no… This car is not even ten years old and is falling apart… My 2010 Equinox is 13 years old is holding up much better with more miles on it!
Exactly! I own a 2023 RS AWD and it performes just fine. Not a rocket but it runs good enough for every day city and interstate driving. I guess what best describes the performance would be snappy. I’ve had absolutely no problem with the way it runs.
As a Trailblazer owner I can’t say enough about these things. My other car had 450 hp and believe it or not, these things scoot. It’s not as quick as my 2SS but it’s a good daily driver. Very impressed with the turbocharger. Love the interior. Love the look. I’ve done some upgrades and had the front bumper off and interior apart, GM went the extra mile with the quality, fit and finish on these. Very happy with my RS.