Austin, Texas, area motorists who are in search of a versatile new Chevrolet mid-size SUV have more than one option today. Chevy offers a full lineup of capable SUVs, including two mid-size options: the Blazer and Traverse. Both the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer and Traverse models provide impressive all-around performance matched by a smooth ride, superb efficiency and high-tech features.
While these two SUV models are both classified as mid-size, there are plenty of differences, including their dimensions and pricing. Either of these Chevy models could make for your ideal next SUV, so why not learn more about them both before stopping by our dealership for a tour and some test drives?
With standard V6 power and available all-wheel drive (AWD), the 2020 Chevrolet Traverse and Blazer models certainly deliver the hauling and towing performance you expect from a Chevy SUV. You'll find that these mid-sizers also boast an array of driver-assist technologies and safety systems that are designed to maximize driver control and alertness, too.
The sales team here at Henna Chevrolet would like to introduce our Round Rock, TX, area neighbors to these two fine vehicles that offer the smooth, on-road ride of a crossover matched by the style and performance of an SUV. There are so many factors to consider when shopping for a new vehicle, especially if it's for your entire family to enjoy, so we welcome you to see our comparison review below for more details.
As you go over the features and specifications of Chevrolet's stylish and sporty mid-size SUV models here on our website, don't forget that you can contact our sales specialists at any time for assistance. Our complete new Chevrolet vehicle inventory can be shopped online or on-site, so don't wait any longer to find your next Chevy!
Chevy offers a capable SUV for every driver and family, including these two versatile mid-size models. The latest Blazer SUV is a recent addition to the Chevrolet lineup. After a long hiatus, the Blazer name returns to the Chevy SUV family with a striking new design, robust performance and all-terrain capabilities.
The new Blazer fills the classic 5-passenger mid-size SUV slot in Chevrolet's line of capable vehicles. Its two-row seating configuration boasts a split-folding second row that provides up to 64.2 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity. Standard cargo volume with all seats in the upright position measures at 30.5 cubic feet.
Comparing the 2020 Blazer and the Traverse models, one of the most noticeable differences is the seating capacity. The 2020 Traverse is a three-row SUV that offers seating for up to eight occupants, compared to the Blazer's five seats.
When it comes to cargo room, one thing to keep in mind is that the smaller Blazer boasts greater standard cargo space, while the three-row Traverse provides greater maximum cargo volume. Remember that when all five seats in the Blazer are utilized or upright, there are 30.5 cubic feet of space behind the back seats. The longer Traverse model fits three rows of seating, with 23 cubic feet left for cargo behind the last row. However, when you fold all of the seats behind the first row in both of these SUVs, the Traverse tops the Blazer, with an impressive 98.2 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity!
These well-equipped mid-size SUVs are offered with much of the same technologies that Chevrolet is known for, including the high-powered Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System and game-changing built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi® Hotspot. Plus, you'll find advanced driver-assist and safety systems on board, including Automatic Emergency Braking and Adaptive Cruise Control.
The 2020 Blazer comes with a choice of three engines, the standard 193-hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder, a 230-hp 2.0-liter turbo-four or a 308-hp 3.6-liter V6. Every 2020 Traverse three-row SUV comes fitted with a version of Chevy's 3.6-liter V6, which makes 310 hp in this application. Both models can be had with power sent to two wheels or all four, thanks to available AWD systems.
As you can see, there are plenty of differences as well as similarities between Chevy's mid-size SUVs. To determine which model is right for you and your family, head over to our Austin, TX, dealership near Round Rock and get behind the wheel of both of these SUVs for a full tour and test drive.
View the comparison table below to get a better idea of how these Chevrolet mid-size SUVs differ:
|Chevrolet Blazer L FWD||Standard Vehicle Comparison||Chevrolet Traverse L FWD|
|$28,800||Base Price MSRP*||$29,800|
|23||Standard Combined Fuel Economy (mpg)||21|
|5||Standard Seating (passengers)||8|
|193 hp||Standard Performance||310 hp|
|4,500||Towing Capacity (pounds)||5,000|
|64.2||Maximum Cargo Capacity (cu.ft.)||98.2|
When you're eager to learn even more about Chevrolet's lineup of versatile SUVs like the 2020 Traverse and Blazer models in the Austin area, head to Henna Chevrolet, where our team can tell you more about the trim levels, features and configurations available. You can also reach out to our sales associates online or by phone today!
Our staff can tell you more about the many features that these two mid-size SUVs share, like the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ capability, Bose® premium audio, traction select systems, advanced rearview cameras and the potent 3.6-liter V6.
Feel free to shop our website now and explore our entire inventory of Chevrolet SUVs for sale near Round Rock. With our new Chevrolet lease specials and finance application available online, there's no reason that you can't secure a competitive price and monthly payment on your new Blazer or Traverse SUV today.
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*The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price excludes destination freight charge, tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. Click here to see all Chevrolet vehicles' destination freight charges.