The 2020 Blazer Gets 3 New Colors!
Lately, we’ve been talking with a lot of customers about the subtle changes and updates on the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer. While many of these updates gave drivers greater flexibility when it comes to performance options, such as the new Redline Edition and an optional turbo 2.0L LSY four-cylinder engine, we’ve seen plenty of customers excited about the ways they can customize their Blazer to match their unique style. That’s why we want to highlight the addition of three exciting new exterior colors.
As a quick refresher, the new 2020 Chevy Blazer has four trim levels with the RS being just below the Premier model:
With these 4 trims, you have a choice between three Interior Color Combinations, including:
- Jet Black
- Dark Galvanized with Light Galvanized
- Jet Black with Maple Sugar
So, what are the new exterior colors added to the 2020 Blazer?
- Iridescent Pearl Tricoat
- Midnight Blue Metallic
- Bright Blue Metallic
Each of these shimmering paintjobs add a unique shine to an already aesthetically pleasing SUV. The sparkling Iridescent Pearl Tricoat offers an elegant option for drivers that like lighter paint jobs but don’t want to settle for standard white paint. Meanwhile, those looking at the two new metallic options have their choice between the electrifying Bright Blue or the charming Midnight Blue option. They are also part of seven total metallic colors available for Chevy’s crossover SUV. Regardless of which one you choose, the glossy tint of these new colors is the perfect accent to the sporty, agile body of the newly updated 2020 Blazer.
Of course, there are 9 other colors already available for the Chevy Blazer:
- Red Hot
- Cajun Red Tinco
- Summit White
- Graphite Metallic
- Nightfall Gray Metallic
- Oakwood Metallic
- Sunlit Bronze Metallic
- SIlver Ice Metallic
The new metallic and iridescent pearl colors are not included in the base price of the 2020 Blazer. Instead, they will cost an extra $395. The new Bright Blue Metallic hue is currently only offered on RS models with the Jet Black interior color combination. And we understand why. The two colors go together splendidly and Chevrolet didn’t want to let a single SUV roll off the production line that isn’t up to their consistent level of quality.
When Can You Purchase The New and Improved Blazer?
Chevrolet has already started production on these new exterior colors for the 2020 Blazer and several will be rolling onto our lot in the near future. And, as always, you can custom order any of these colors at our dealership– even if we don’t have that exact model on location.
If you have questions about your options when it comes to buying a new Chevrolet, give us a call or stop by our dealership so we can figure them out. With the amount of options being offered by Chevrolet, we truly believe you can find the car of your dreams. Let our team at Betley Chevrolet be the ones to help you find it.