The Chevrolet Trailblazer is a midsize SUV that is basically a smaller Chevy Blazer but despite the fact of being a smaller vehicle, the Trailblazer offers a spacious cabin. This combination makes the SUV easier to park and affordable for many. For 2023, Chevy wouldn’t be making any noticeable changes apart from the new color options that will now include Nitro Yellow Metallic, Fountain Blue, and Sterling Gray Metallic, as well as an optional Iridescent Pearl Tricoat roof color. The trim levels will remain the same and the Trailblazer will be offered in two powertrain options on all trims like that found on the outgoing model. Even though the design on the Trailblazer is sporty with a few hints of the Chevrolet Camaro, the performance doesn’t really blend well as the acceleration feels sluggish. The major contenders that the Trailblazer is up against are the Hyundai Kona, the Ford EcoSport, and the Honda HR-V. The tall stance and the high roofline on the Trailblazer allow tall occupants to be seated comfortably and the foldable front passenger seat helps maximize the utility of the Trailblazer.
The 2023 Chevrolet Trailblazer is expected to start at $22,995 for the base trim and go all the way up to almost $30,000. Users can also upgrade the standard 1.2-liter engine for a slightly more powerful 1.3-liter unit with an all-wheel drive system for an additional $2,000, which also brings in a 9-speed automatic transmission over the regular CVT unit.