A Chevy Trailblazer lease can open the door to so many new adventures. These shorter-term agreements are made for those who don’t have their future set in stone but enjoy the journey anyway.
Leasing affords the chance to get behind the wheel of a new SUV but also comes with a natural transition point where you return the vehicle to us, leaving you open to explore newer models with updated technology. This can be especially useful if you anticipate needing a bigger or smaller vehicle eventually or if you don’t want to worry about long-term car maintenance.
A Chevy Trailblazer is a fun-loving SUV with a standard 137-horsepower turbocharged engine and FWD. However, a 155-horsepower turbocharged engine is available, as is AWD. FWD prioritizes fuel efficiency, but AWD can give you extra confidence if you plan to go off-roading. Three of the four trims have 17-inch wheels, while the penultimate RS trim has 19-inch wheels, which can be good for dealing with rough terrain.
This is a well-balanced vehicle that can offer you efficient performance, driver support in the form of the Chevy Safety Assist suite, and a fold-flat front-passenger seat so that, despite this vehicle’s small size, you can fit items 8.5-feet long inside. In short, there are many reasons to schedule a test drive of this SUV.
That said, it’s a small SUV with limited towing potential. Those looking for a larger SUV with three rows or more towing capacity might want to lease a Chevy Traverse instead.
If you’re interested in our Trailblazer lease specials, stop by Bravo Chevrolet Las Cruces today. Our team can explain more about this process and how it differs from Chevy Trailblazer financing. For example, you won’t build equity in the vehicle, but your monthly payments will likely be lower for the same trim.
We can also answer any questions you have about whether the Chevy Trailblazer is right for you or if you want to lease a Chevy Equinox instead. Both models are impressive SUVs, and back-to-back test drives near Mesilla, NM, might be the best way to know which handles better for you.
A 2024 Chevy Trailblazer has a lower starting MSRP than a 2024 Chevy Equinox. However, both small SUVs have multiple trim levels, and going up the ladder will affect the price. MSRP also plays a factor in how much a vehicle will cost to lease. Therefore, talk to our team at Bravo Chevrolet Las Cruces to request a no-obligation quote.
You will likely pay less on a monthly basis to lease a Chevy Trailblazer than you would to finance the same model and trim. However, you won’t build equity in the vehicle, meaning you won’t have an asset you can sell or trade-in later. In addition, you will eventually pay a car off with financing, while you will continue to make monthly payments if you choose to lease continuously.
When your lease ends, you have many options available to you: You could buy the vehicle you’ve been driving if you really like it, you could return the leased vehicle and explore the latest model-year version of the same car or a new model altogether, or you can purchase a different vehicle. Some people may ask to extend the lease, as well.