Gasoline economy figures for the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer subcompact crossover have appeared. Curiously, only figures for the major-spec all-wheel-drive design with the turbocharged one.3-liter three-cylinder have shown up on the official EPA site. In city, that Trailblazer gets 26 mpg, and on the highway it gets 30 mpg. The combined amount is 28 mpg.

We suspect that this is the worst undertaking version of the Trailblazer. It’s the most potent at a hundred and fifty five horsepower and one hundred seventy five pound-ft of torque, and all-wheel drive commonly lowers gas economy, even when it truly is made hugely productive. The front-drive version of the one.3-liter Trailblazer and the version with the one.two-liter turbocharged three-cylinder earning just 137 horsepower and 166 pound-ft of torque will likely get much better mileage.

This Trailblazer variant is aggressive with very similar all-wheel-drive subcompact crossovers. The Ford EcoSport, turbocharged Jeep Renegade and turbocharged Hyundai Kona, all with all-wheel drive, have reduce combined gas economy at 25, 26 and 27 mpg respectively. Somewhat much better are the all-wheel-drive-equipped Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3 with 29 mpg combined, and the CVT-equipped Subaru Crosstrek manages 30 mpg combined. All three are fewer potent, although.

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