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Among the many choices drivers are looking for, most owners could use a vehicle with the versatility provided with a Chevrolet crossover. Depending on what is most important, there’s daily practicality and remarkable uses with a vehicle like the Chevrolet Trax, Equinox, or Traverse. We have the options to make sure owners can drive away with the proper crossover that fits any lifestyle. (And plenty of help to ensure a wonderful customer experience)
Check out the 2019 Chevrolet Trax for convenient seating and space for cargo and passengers, while still providing power. In the 2019 Chevy Traverse, the second-row seat offers for easy entry-and-exit, and by folding the seats down, consumers open up 98.2 cubic-feet of cargo space. Then there’s the 2019 Chevrolet Equinox, able to provide a little luxury while providing the best fuel economy of the three. The choice is yours and we’re here to help the choice easy.
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Chevrolet is joining in on the crossover utility vehicle (CUV) fun with the revamped 2019 Chevy Blazer. Traditionally designed as an off-road vehicle starting back in the 1960s, subsequently downsized in the 1990s as the S-10 model and effectively discontinued in 2005, it’s no small feat that the Blazer was overdue for a comeback. Diehards will decry its reincarnation as a crossover vehicle, departing from its off-roading roots, however, the new Chevy Blazer is a car made for this era. Inspired by the design lines of the also newly refreshed Camaro, the Blazer is a crossover that wants to hit the ground running against other vehicles of its class – exploiting its precise balance of power and modern looks.
Ditching its old body-on-frame construction platform, the new Blazer opts for a unibody construction platform – more suitable for its reincarnation as a road-friendly crossover. Slated to bridge the gap between Chevy’s current lineup of Equinox and Traverse vehicles, the 2019 Blazer will give the public an exciting option between performance and stylish looks.
The Blazer will be powered by a standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine clocking in with 193 horsepower, or in the case of the RS version, it will be powered by an optional 3.6-liter V6 engine able to generate 305 horsepower. Both engines will feature a standard nine-speed automatic transmission; front-wheel drive is offered as the standard drivetrain unless you’re interested in the ultra modern twin-clutch all-wheel-drive system, that is also available.
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