Just a few years ago we saw the return of the Chevy Blazer. Admittingly here at DePaula Chevy, we were pretty excited about that return, because the Blazer is one of those historical Chevy titles that have been around for decades, so seeing it brought back just felt right. One of the trims of the Blazer was named "Trailblazer" and eventually became so popular it was spun out into its own model line. Well, with the return of the Blazer, Chevy decided to bring back the Trailblazer as well. 2021 marks the official model release of the all-new Trailblazer. It has been gone for a few years now, and the crossover market has only intensified, so if you're considering such a vehicle, you'll want to compare it with other crossovers out there. The Nissan Kicks is one you'll want to compare it to. To help you out, here is a rundown on the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer vs 2020 Nissan Kicks to help you determine which is the best crossover for you.
The price point for the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer starts at $19,995 for the base trim. It also has five total trim options, with the top RS trim running $26,395. The Nissan Kicks doesn't give you as many options to choose from with only three trims. The first trim is the base S trim, which has a starting MSRP of $18,870. The top trim is the SR, which runs $21,120. There is a difference in top-trim pricing by about $5,000, but Nissan doesn't give you a ton of added features, so, as you'll find out, you're getting your money's worth from the Trailblazer trim upgrades.