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After getting reintroduced in 2019, the Chevy Blazer is once again back with a bang for 2020. Chevy has changed multiple things in the 2020 Blazer such as the trailer hitch guidance and the new tow package. Few new trims are added in the lineup and at the same time, Chevy dropped a few colors to add some more in the 2020 Chevy Blazer.
2020 Chevy Blazer New Look in Pearl Color
As of now, it is confirmed that there will be three new colors available for the 2020 Chevy Blazer: Midnight Blue Metallic, Iridescent Pearl Tricoat, and Bright Blue Metallic. Out of these three colors, we have only received news about the new Pearl Tricoat color. As the name says the color looks absolutely marvelous in the pearl finish.
How can you get one?
The color code assigned to the 2020 Chevy Blazer is G1W and the touch-up paint code being WA-140X, this paint is one of the two shades available in white hues. It is also the only tri-coat option to go with the entire Chevy SUV lineup. Sadly, the new paint is not available with the base trim and you have to spend a little extra to get your 2020 Blazer in this color.
Iridescent Pearl will cost you around $1000 bucks extra over the price of the 2020 Blazer. Along with the exterior color, there are options to match the interiors as well.
|RS||Dark with Light Galvanized|
|Premier||Maple Sugar & Jet Black|
When Will you Get one?
The 2020 Chevy Blazer is getting booked as you read this article. The GM Ramos Arizpe plant in Coahuila, Mexico is producing the car for the past two months and this specific color that this article is about are available at most of the dealers throughout the US. So go hurry up and rush to your nearest dealer to check for availability.
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