Changes are coming to the Chevrolet lineup, and we want to fill you in on the details. Here’s a quick rundown of the news on which models are on schedule, which have been delayed, and what redesigns are in store.
Fresh SUVs, but in limited numbers
The 2021 Chevrolet Colorado, Trailblazer, Suburban, and Tahoe are coming later this year.
- The Colorado will receive updated exterior queues, with the ZR2 trim particularly benefiting from an exciting, rugged look.
- The Trailblazer, returning to the North American market after a decade of retirement, provides a new small SUV option for customers. It has plenty in store that you’ll love.
- The Suburban and Tahoe are fully refreshed, with a new diesel engine option, a redesigned interior with more cargo space and legroom, an improved suspension, and new standard safety technology.
If you’re looking to purchase the 2021 Suburban and Tahoe, be patient: while Chevrolet anticipates their launch will be smooth, normal production of these family SUVs has been delayed due to the global situation.
Refreshes take a gap year
The Chevrolet Traverse, Equinox, Silverado 1500, Camaro, and Bolt refreshes expected to arrive for 2021 have been delayed. The Traverse, Equinox, and Bolt will be 2022 models instead of 2021 like originally planned, and the other models’ redesign and manufacturing have been put on hold for a time.
Full speed ahead on new vehicles
While refreshes of older lines will take longer than expected, development continues on the upcoming Chevrolet Bolt EUV. We’re looking forward to this electric SUV and how it plans to revolutionize green driving.
You can find the 2020 versions of these Chevrolet models in stock at Courtesy Chevrolet Buick GMC now in Ruston, LA, and we’ll have the 2021 models in stock soon.