Chevrolet confirmed in late May that the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer will be available at dealerships in the first half of 2020 as a sport crossover option sized between the subcompact Trax and the compact Equinox.
The new Trailblazer, which shares its nameplate with the popular Trailblazer SUV produced from 2001 to 2009, has been the subject of speculation since April 2019, when Chevy announced that a new vehicle with the Trailblazer name was in development.
The announcement of the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer release date was accompanied by our first real look at the features and trims we can expect to see, but we still have very few details about the upcoming small crossover.
We do know that the Trailblazer will feature a special RS trim, with slightly different exterior styling from the other trims and a two-tone roof as part of its focus on customization. Chevy says the Trailblazer will be equipped with a standard active safety package that includes Front Pedestrian Braking and Automatic Emergency Braking.
Though specs have not been released, it’s assumed that the Trailblazer will have the same or similar engine options as the Equinox, and it will almost certainly come with an all-wheel drive option in addition to standard front-wheel drive.
We at El Dorado Chevrolet are excited for the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer to be available. In the meantime, our inventory is filled with incredible vehicles. Stop in for test drive.
The Chevy Youth Sports program was started in 2006 with Chevy Youth Baseball, and since then it’s helped millions of kids in the U.S. play on a sports team by donating time, money, and resources to local baseball and soccer teams.
Chevy Youth Baseball alone has provided over 1,800 free clinics, donated 149,000 kits and helped with over 15,000 enhancements to local little leagues, thanks to individual Chevy dealerships creating partnerships with parents and leagues in the community, as well as donating funds and manpower.
Participating in team sports helps kids direct their energy, learn teamwork, and be more active, and it’s especially important to have programs like this during the summer, when school is out and kids have less social interaction and structured exercise.
Over 150 summer baseball clinics, many taught by professional players, were held in 2018 alone, and 42 out of 50 states had at least one league participating in Chevy Youth Baseball. These clinics involve learning hitting, pitching, and other baseball fundamentals over a half-day session.
For summer 2019, clinics have been going on since March and will continue through mid-August, and signups are first-come first-serve. So, if you’re interested in signing your child up for one, check the clinic schedule to see if a clinic is being offered near you and when, and get signed up.
El Dorado Chevrolet is proud of this incredible program and we wish every player good luck this summer!