Here are all the Chevrolet crossovers, SUVs and pickups on sale in 2022
2022 is almost over, but there’s still time to get a gas or diesel Chevy. Chevrolet has been around for 111 years now, thanks to US government subsidies. Chevy has a vehicle in almost every segment, from subcompacts to full-size SUVs or pickup trucks. It has a few electric vehicles right now, but nothing compared to what’s coming in the near future. As far as affordable vehicles go, cars under $20,000 are pretty much dead in the United States. The Chevy Spark is the last of the breed at $13,600. For SUVs and crossovers, however, Trax is at the bottom of the chain, starting at $21,495. If you’re on a budget and looking for a truck or SUV, Chevy is one of your many options. Here’s a list of all the crossovers, SUVs and pickups in its lineup in 2022.
9/9 Trax – $21,495
2024 Chevrolet Trax RS front 3/4 view
The Chevy Trax is known for its small dimensions and affordable starting price. As quickly as Chevy ended its run, the Trax returned as an all-new model, with a stunning redesign, increased interior space and improved safety features. Every Trax is front-wheel drive powered by a 137-hp turbocharged three-cylinder engine and a six-speed automatic. It borrows that powertrain from the smaller Trailblazer; while its stylistic inspirations come from the Mid-Size Blazer. The new Trax will continue to be built at GM’s South Korea plant. The 2024 Trax is expected to be available in the spring of 2023.
8/9 Pioneer – $23,295
2022 Chevrolet Trailblazer ACTIV parked outside.
The Trailblazer is a smaller, cheaper alternative to Chevy’s Blazer, offering a spacious cabin in an easier-to-park package. A 137-hp 1.2-liter three-cylinder is standard, and the optional 155-hp 1.3-liter can be had for more moolah. Front-wheel-drive models get the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), but four-wheel-drive models exclusively get the smooth-shifting nine-speed automatic. Unfortunately, both powertrains push the Trailblazer as hard as a recalcitrant Great Pyrenees. Front-drive Trailblazers with less powerful engines get an EPA-estimated 33-mile-per-gallon highway. That’s less than the most affordable subcompact SUVs, like the Kia Soul and Nissan Kicks. With five cubic feet more interior volume than the Trax, the Trailblazer’s high roofline can easily accommodate adults in the rear seats. And, for those with more gear, the front passenger seat folds rearward, helping to maximize the utility of the Trailblazer’s flat load floor.
7/9 Equinox – $27,995
2022 Chevrolet Equinox Premier parked in front of a beach.
The Equinox is categorized as a compact SUV. However, there is nothing condensed about it. It has a whopping 63.9 cubic feet of cargo volume with the rear seats folded down. In back, passengers have 38.5 inches of legroom, 39.9 inches of shoulder room and 55.5 inches of hip room. Chevy offers standard safety features such as front pedestrian braking, forward collision warning, emergency braking, and lane keep assist with lane departure warning. The 2023 Equinox is equipped with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine capable of developing 175 horsepower and 203 lb-ft of torque. It can tow a maximum of 3500 pounds when properly equipped. Fuel consumption is 26 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. Chevy offers four trim levels for the Equinox: LS, LT, RS and Premier. The Equinox will also be offered as an electric vehicle in the near future.
6/9 Colorado – $28,105
Chevy Colorado driving through the desert.
After seven years with the same old Colorado, Chevy’s midsize pickup enters its third generation in 2023, with an all-new model that gains width, wheelbase and maturity. The Colorado will run only with the 2.7-liter turbocharged inline-four engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. Horsepower and torque vary by trim, from the base 237-hp engine all the way up to the high-output 310-hp version in ZR2 with a hefty 430 lb-ft of torque. The interior is the center zone of refinement, including a new 11.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system as standard equipment. No matter what work it does, the Colorado now has the edge over the rest of its aging middle class elders, like the Toyota Tacoma, Ford Ranger and Honda Ridgeline, in both power and technology. .
5/9 Crossing – $35,615
2022 Chevy Traverse High Country parked in front of mountains.
If you’re shopping for a three-row midsize SUV, the Traverse is one of the best deals on the market in 2022. It comes in six trims (if you count LT Leather as one trim). All versions are equipped with a V-6 engine that offers 310 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque. They come standard with front-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive is optional. Every Traverse is mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. The Traverse offers quick acceleration thanks to it all. It has a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds. The AUV really shines in terms of space; it has a maximum cargo volume of 98.2 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down. The first row offers 41.01 inches of legroom, the second row offers 38.41 inches and the third row 33.48 inches. All in all, it’s an attractive alternative to a minivan.
4/9 Silverado- $35,845
Blue 2022 Chevy Silverado parked outdoors.
America’s number three truck, Chevy Silverado, is known to be a workhorse. A 310-hp turbocharged four-cylinder, two V-8 engines and a 495 pound-feet of torque Duramax turbo-diesel round out the Silverado’s extensive powertrain lineup. While a 6.2-liter V8 pumping out 420 horsepower, precise steering and excellent brake-pedal feedback make for brief bursts of Corvette cosplay, the Silverado’s occasionally jerky ride is enough to pull you out of the way. this dream pretty quickly. A conservative interior design with sub-par materials is offset by a giant infotainment screen, although this material is only available in certain trim levels. The Silverado’s maximum towing capacity, at 13,300 pounds, is higher than its sister pickup, the GMC Sierra 1500 and Ram 1500, but lower than the Ford F-150. Chevy also offers it in an off-road avatar. In short, it’s a very competitive pick-up. The electric version of the truck was presented at the beginning of 2022 and will debut in the future.
3/9 Jacket – $36,495
2023 Chevrolet Blazer RS parked on a cobblestone driveway.
The 2023 Chevy Blazer is a two-row midsize SUV that’s aimed at people who love to drive and want to be behind the wheel of something with character. Although it offers generous amounts of cargo and passenger space, its interior materials are of a different quality than similarly priced competitors such as the Hyundai Santa Fe and Kia Sorento. Some of the Blazer’s best options are also reserved for the more expensive models, affecting its value proposition compared to its more desirable classmates. It has front-wheel drive and a 228-hp turbocharged four-cylinder or a 308-hp V6. Both engines are available with four-wheel drive, but the six-cylinder’s quicker acceleration, as well as its ability to haul up to 4,500 pounds, is superior. Chevy has already announced the 2024 Blazer EV, an all-electric SUV.
2/9 Tahoe- $55,995
2022 Chevrolet Tahoe parked in a driveway
With plenty of interior and cargo space for passengers, the 2023 Chevy Tahoe is big in every way you want it to be, but feels more nimble on the road compared to other big SUVs. Three engine options are available. The base engine is a 355-horsepower V-8, but the mighty 420-hp V-8 is just a checkbox away from the order form. Unlike previous Tahoe generations, a diesel-powered straight-six is also available now. Three-row seats are standard, and even the base LS version comes equipped with the popular infotainment and driver-assist features. Off-roaders will find the Z71 model better suited to their interests since it features a ten-speed transmission, adjustable air suspension and large off-road tires. A more sophisticated experience is available with the more expensive Premier and High Country models.
1/9 Suburban – $58,695
2023 Chevrolet Suburban parked in a driveway.
Did you know that the Suburban is 87 years old and is now in its 12th generation? The imposing full-size body-on-frame SUV continues to offer three rows, seating for up to eight passengers and plenty of towing capability. A 355-hp (5.3-liter) V8 is standard, with a 277-hp turbodiesel inline-six and a 420-hp 6.2-liter V8 available. All engines are linked to a mind-blowing 10-speed automatic, and they come with either rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Commuter cargo space is ample, 20 cubic feet more than Jeep Wagoneers, which have an advantage thanks to the folding third-row seat. An available air suspension helps the Suburban ride comfortably on paved surfaces. The styling and materials inside are unremarkable, but at least the 10.2-inch touchscreen handles climate control and navigation with speed and articulation.