Jan 06, 2020

The Best Picks from Chevrolet’s 2020 SUV Lineup

SUVs are the most popular picks for drivers everywhere. Although SUVs have been rising in popularity in recent years, this vehicle type isn’t showing any signs of slowing down – the SUV will be a top choice in 2020 once again. And one of the most popular SUV brands in America is Chevrolet. 

A longtime American automaker, Chevy has produced SUVs for many, many decades. For the 2020 model year, Chevy SUVs that have become a big hit with drivers are back. And so are a few older models that drivers will be thrilled to see refreshed. From small, commute-friendly compact SUVs to full-size, highly capable SUVs, Chevrolet’s 2020 lineup offers every kind of SUV.

If you’re searching for a new SUV, these 2020 Chevrolet models are great options to consider.

  • MSRP: Starts at $21,300

    Fuel Economy: 26 city, 31 highway

    Seats Up To: 5

    Updates for 2020

    The 2020 Chevrolet Trax is one of the smallest SUVs in Chevy’s lineup. However, with two rows of seating, sporty performance, and a surprisingly roomy interior, the newest Trax is anything but short on its capability. One place where the 2020 Trax shines is its new infotainment system. Gone is the old Chevrolet MyLink system – in its place, drivers will find the Infotainment 3 System. And that system is far more user-friendly.

    Another change for 2020 is the removal of the Midnight Edition option. Most drivers won’t miss this package, as you can opt for a number of different trim levels, interior and exterior upgrades, and optional safety add-ons.

  • MSRP: Starts at $23,800

    Fuel Economy: 26 city, 31 highway

    Seats Up To: 5

    Updates for 2020

    A step up from the Trax, the Chevrolet Equinox is more versatile and more capable. And for the 2020 model year, the newest version of the Equinox comes with a number of new, updated, or upgraded features and benefits. What some drivers will notice, however, is that the 2020 Chevy Equinox is no longer available with a diesel engine.

    Fortunately, there’s plenty to make up for that small loss. The 2020 Equinox includes a number of new safety features, like lane departure warning, pedestrian detection, and forward automatic emergency braking – and they come standard on the base model. The user-friendly Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System will also impress both drivers and passengers.

  • MSRP: Starts at $28,800

    Fuel Economy: 19 city, 26 highway

    Seats Up To: 5

    Updates for 2020

    If you loved the original Chevy Blazer back in the 1980s and 1990s, you’ll be excited to see the completely revamped and redesigned version for 2020. Now a midsize crossover SUV, the 2020 Blazer is modern, stylish, and perfect for a new decade.

    Absolutely everything is new in the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer. The vehicle has been out of production since the early 2000s, when it was briefly called the Trailblazer. Today’s version, however, comes with a whole lot more in terms of features and perks. There are four trim levels to choose from, multiple engine options (including a new turbocharged 2.0-liter, four-cylinder), and plenty of safety features.

  • MSRP: Starts at $29,800

    Fuel Economy: 18 city, 27 highway

    Seats Up To: 8

    Updates for 2020

    The 2020 Chevrolet Traverse may be considered a midsize SUV, but you’ll be shocked at the amount of space inside this vehicle. With room and seating for up to eight passengers and a spacious cargo area, it can fit just about anyone and anything. Additionally, its smooth ride and popularity among drivers means little has changed for the 2020 model year.

    The newest Traverse only sees minor changes for 2020. The old, clunky MyLink infotainment system has been replaced with a much better and easier-to-use one – Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System. Chevy’s optional Teen Driver feature for the Traverse has also been upgraded, and it now reminds drivers to buckle up before it can be put in gear.

  • MSRP: Starts at $49,000

    Fuel Economy: 14 city, 23 highway

    Seats Up To: 9

    Updates for 2020

    The Chevrolet Tahoe is one of the biggest SUVs in the automaker’s lineup. It’s bold, it’s roomy, and it’s able to haul and tow an impressive amount. And for the 2020 model year, Chevrolet made the decision to make no changes to the Tahoe.

    Built on a design that first hit dealerships back in 2015, the Chevrolet Tahoe hasn’t really seen any changes since then. The 2020 Tahoe uses the same styling, the same engine options, and the same configurations and package options as previous years. But there’s a reason Chevy didn’t change the Tahoe – its smooth ride, composed handling, and long list of active safety features make it a top choice in the SUV market.

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