Top Five Confirmed 2021 Chevy Vehicles

September 11th, 2020 by

A tan 2021 Chevy Colorado ZR2, soon to be at a Chevy dealer near you, is kicking up sand on a trail near Ennis, TX.

Chevy doesn’t disappoint, and the confirmed 2021 Chevy lineup is no exception. You may have searched for a “Chevy dealer near me” in hopes of bringing home a brand-new dependable Chevy truck for hauling your tractor. Or, maybe you’re more of an SUV type of person. Whatever the reason, destiny landed you here for a reason. Frank Kent Chevrolet is prepared to meet your needs and help you determine which new model is right for you.

In this list, we’re going to show you the top five Chevy vehicles in the 2021 lineup, along with descriptions and explanations about why you should consider them before moving on to any other brand. It’s important to note that these listings are in no particular order. There are great aspects to each of these vehicles. So, let’s jump right on in, beginning with number five.

5 – The Chevy Colorado

With a towing capacity of 7,000 pounds and a maximum payload capacity of 1,550 pounds, the Colorado is pretty darn tough for a smaller truck model. This midsize truck is sharp to look at and strong at the core. It’s packed with technology, and it can get up to 25 mpg on the highway. The Colorado also comes with several customization options. For example, there’s an option to add in a Bose Premium Audio System in each available trim, and you can upgrade your Infotainment system to have navigation as well.

The Colorado’s base-level starting price is $25,200, but that can change quickly if you’re interested in additional customization. The 2021 Colorado comes in either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, and most trims have a diesel option, which is great since many truckers prefer driving a diesel. Additionally, there are three configurations: extended cab with long box, crew cab with short box, and crew cab with a long box.

As far as colors are concerned, if you want to pay extra, you can move up to a premium color option such as Crush Orange, Bright Blue Metallic, or Cherry Red Tintcoat. Otherwise, the basic stock colors are black, white, and silver. Any of these colors pair well with the many optional wheel colors and styles, so choosing a color is difficult, in a good way. Overall, the 2021 Colorado is a real catch for truck lovers. A large towing capacity mixed with sharp looks is sure to have any Chevy trucker hooked.

4 – The Chevy Suburban

SUVs are often sought out for their space, comfort, and cargo capacity. If that’s why you like them, then the 2021 Suburban is right for you. With the exception of height capacity, you pretty much have a truck bed in here. You can fold down all back seats to create tons of cargo room, giving this SUV a whopping max cargo space of 144.7 cubic feet, which is handy for big moves and lengthy vacations. With that much room, this vehicle is perfect for large families.

When you’re hauling family members rather than furniture, your passengers will always be entertained since the Suburban can be equipped with a pair of independent 12.6-inch LCD HD touchscreens for the rear seat passengers. Even cooler, this SUV comes with Head-Up Display technology, which projects important information onto the windshield, keeping the driver from getting distracted. Further, you can now choose either a V8 engine or a diesel engine. Lastly, the Suburban comes with all the modern safety technology, like automatic braking and a following distance indicator, to new just a few. All in all, the Suburban’s starting $61,900 price tag is well worth every dime because this vehicle is jam-packed with safety, space, and technology.

3 – The 2021 Chevy Spark

On the more affordable compact end, the Chevy Spark is a great option. This car is actually pretty spacious, given its size, and boasts 27.2 cubic feet of cargo space. It also comes in a nice variety of colors for those who care about aesthetic appeal. Also, the Spark gets 30 mpg in the city, and 38 on the highway, making it fuel-efficient to boot.

The 2021 Spark is loaded with tech, which is nice for its small price. It comes with HillStart Assist, StabiliTrak (which helps the driver maintain traction), and a tire pressure monitoring system. It also comes with rear park assist and a rear vision camera. In terms of MSRP, the cheapest Spark trim has a manual transmission and starts off at just $13,400. If you’re looking for an affordable, eco-friendly vehicle that’s spacious, the Spark might be your next purchase.

2 The 2021 Chevy Trailblazer

Trailblazers are great for those who love SUVs but don’t want to opt for those higher prices like the Suburban. Starting at only $19,000, the 2021 Trailblazer is equipped with 54.4 cubic feet of cargo space. This one is visually stylish, offering several two-toned color options, with a solid white option as well. Its max cargo length lands at 8.5 feet, long enough to fit a kayak or ladder if you’re driving alone.

After a long hiatus, the Trailblazer now comes in five different trims. It gets up to 29 mpg in the city and 33 on the highway, which shows that it’s back, and it’s more stylish and fuel-efficient than ever before. Before the 2021 model, the most recent 2009 TrailBlazer model only got an average of 17 mpg. Chevy has definitely upgraded the Trailblazer, and at an affordable price, too. If SUVs are your thing, the Trailblazer is worth taking for a spin.

1 – The 2021 Chevy Tahoe

As this list confirms, Chevy has a thing for making great SUVs. If your price range is somewhere between the Trailblazer and the Suburban, the Tahoe is a great option. This model has 122.9 cubic feet of cargo space, and there are six different trims to choose from. Like the Suburban, it has either a V8 engine or a diesel, and you can get it in either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. With multiple different wheel sizes and styles to choose from, it’s possible to make a Tahoe look as sporty as a Colorado, so if you’ve got the money to deck it out, you’re in luck.

The High Country option is the most expensive trim there is, starting at $69,600. So, while the base-level is cheaper than the Suburban, it can get pricy pretty quickly. However, each trim is well worth the money. You don’t have to choose the most expensive Tahoe to get your money’s worth. Keep in mind that the Suburban and the Tahoe are quite similar and only vary around 20 cubic feet when it comes to cargo space, so if you’re going to spend a lot of cash, it may be best to get the Suburban for its extra space.

Our Final Thoughts

The 2021 Chevy lineup is looking great. From affordability to practicality, Chevy has an option for everyone. Chevy is great at making visually appealing vehicles that are packed with safety and the latest technology for a reasonable price. If any of these models appeal to you, be sure to head on over to our Ennis, Texas dealership to let Frank Kent Chevrolet help you to find your next new Chevy.

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