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With seven models to choose from, Dawsonville and Alpharetta drivers have plenty of choice when it comes to finding a new Chevrolet SUV. And while these models vary from compact and efficient to large and luxurious, knowing which one is right for you is the key to finding a driving experience you’ll enjoy for years to come. Visit Jon Megel Chevrolet from Cumming or John’s Creek, GA and find your new Chevrolet SUV today!
The newest member of the Chevy SUV lineup is also the most affordable model in the family, with a starting MSRP of just $19,000. For that you’ll get sharp, aggressive styling that will surely grab attention throughout Gainesville, GA, and a compact footprint that is nimble on the road and maneuverable in tight city spaces. All-wheel drive is available to help you find your way once you leave the beaten path, and selectable drive modes allow you to tailor your driving experience to suit your conditions. Sport mode offers the best available performance while All-wheel Drive or Snow Mode helps you manage slippery conditions of all types, not just those associated with winter weather. And with 174 pound-feet of torque, pulling up steep grades and over obstacles is a breeze.
You’ll also find Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa, and Android Auto capability that help you stay connected while on the road. Alexa is an especially exciting inclusion, as it allows you to add items to shopping lists, control smart home devices, and play your favorite music using nothing but your voice.
Safety comes standard with the new Chevy Trailblazer as well, with the forward collision alert and automatic emergency braking functions coming as standard no matter which Trailblazer model you choose. Pedestrian detection is also there to help you manage busy, crowded streets, while lane keep assist maintains your lane fidelity on the highway to avoid dangerous situations.
Starting with an MSRP of $21,300, the Chevy Trax isn’t a far shout from the Trailblazer when it comes to cost, so really its up to you and your preferences to decide which compact Chevy SUV to take home. The Trax features a softer, more rounded exterior appearance, but retains all-wheel drive capability and seating for five. Cargo space is slightly reduced at 48.4 cubic feet, but 31 mpg on the highway means that this SUV is more about your daily commute and grocery runs than it is about hauling furniture. Plus, flat-folding seats in the second row, plus a flat-folding front passenger seat give you space to haul those long pieces of cargo with ease.
Tech is similar in both models as well, with the Trax offering built-in 4G LTE WiFi alongside Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. You’ll even have the connected myChevrolet mobile app at your disposal, which allows you to schedule service appointments and see your vehicle’s location at any time. Plus, properly equipped models will let you start the engine and control the door locks using just your smartphone.
The Chevy Equinox has been a mainstay in the Chevrolet lineup for over a decade now, and its balance of cost and features is part of the reason it has remained so popular. Checking in with a starting MSRP of $23,800, it’s not a back-breaker in terms of price, and the ability to tow up to 3,500 pounds and carry nearly 64 cubic feet of cargo space won’t be lost on anyone with a family to consider. You’ll enjoy the same 26 mpg city and 31 mpg highway of the Chevy Trax, but the additional cargo space and capability mean you can take on bigger road trips and family vacations with confidence. The Chevy Equinox even took home a Cars.com Car Seat Check award thanks to its easy-to-use child seat tethers. It was also voted the most dependable compact SUV for three years running by JD Power, so you can have confidence in your decision to bring home this Chevy SUV for your family travels.
The Chevy Equinox comes with several advanced safety features such as forward collision alert and automatic emergency braking, and it also features a great training tool that is perfect for young and experienced drivers alike. That feature is the following distance indicator – a feature that displays how many seconds you are behind the vehicle ahead so you can better understand when you’re at an unsafe following distance and make the appropriate adjustment.
The Chevy Blazer SUV marked the return of a legend, and with that comes an aggressive new design that grabs attention even at first glance. The sharp LED headlights work perfectly with the black honeycomb grille insert, and a series of sharp character lines and a cohesive design makes the new Blazer one of the most attractive SUVs on the market today. Of course, your experience doesn’t end with what’s on the outside, as 64.2 cubic feet of cargo space gives you more than enough room to bring home the supplies for your next big home project, and the ability to tow up to 4,500 pounds offers even more capability to tap into whenever necessary. Plus, the starting MSRP of $28,800 puts the Blazer squarely in affordable territory, giving you a stunning new SUV that will surely be the envy of the neighborhood without breaking the bank.
Clocking in with an MSRP that is just $1,800 more than the Blazer, the new Chevy Traverse provides you with an affordable three-row SUV option for when five seats just won’t get the job done. You can seat up to eight in this sleek and stylish new SUV, and when you don’t have a cabin full of passengers you can take advantage of up to 98.2 cubic feet of cargo space with all of the seats folded flat. Towing capacity gets a bump as well, with 5,000 pounds of pulling power that makes hauling a boat or small camper a breeze on your next big family road trip. A five-star overall NHTSA safety rating means that the new Traverse has no issues keeping you and your family protected in the event of an accident, while automatic emergency braking among other features work to prevent that accident from actually occurring.
Another step deeper into three-row SUV territory, the new Chevy Tahoe is also a significant step up in price, starting at $49,000. For that extra scratch you’ll get a plethora of advanced and premium features including the Smooth Ride suspension system, a 10-speed automatic transmission, and seating for eight.
With a starting MSRP of $51,700, the Chevy Suburban is no slouch. However, when you open up the 144.7 cubic feet of cargo space for the first time or put your foot down to unleash the 420-horsepower engine, you’ll find it was worth every penny. And where safety is concerned, there are nine available camera views surrounding your new Suburban model to help you navigate the tight spaces and maneuver with confidence.
No matter which new Chevy SUV is right for you, John Megel Chevrolet is here to help you take one home. Visit us to speak with a specialist and head out for a test drive today!