The Chevy Blazer was launched in 1969 when Chevrolet realized it needed a competitive model for the Ford Bronco and Jeep Cherokee. Production of the full-size Blazer, based on the pickup chassis, stopped in 1999 and Chevy renamed the 2-door model the “Tahoe” in 1995. They also added the compact mid-size S-10 Blazer from 1983 to 2005, thn the Trailblazer in 2001. The Trailblazer has since been replaced by the Chevrolet Traverse.
In December 2018, General Motors started production of the new sportier Blazer and put the 2019 models on the market starting in January.
Extras include a “blacked out” exterior and interior, “mean-looking” front grill, V6 engine, 9-speed automatic transmission and can switch from all-wheel drive, two-wheel drive, tow/haul mode, sport mode and off-road mode. Speaking of towing, the 2019 Blazer has a hitch package to pull your boat or trailer and has the exterior camera technology to help you guide your hitch right to the back of the car without having to have that extra person guiding you. Read more of this review below:
Getting asked to do a review of the new 2019 Chevrolet Blazer added a whole new folder to my portfolio and I can say that it was one of the most unique experiences I’ve encountered. I love new things and new technology, so sitting down in the Blazer for the first time outside Brost Chevrolet was like taking a seat into the future of automobiles.
While the compact and 3-row SUV segment has been growing by leaps and bounds, this 5-passenger midsize type has been getting squeezed out. But with our insatiable appetite for utility vehicles these too are on the comeback. This is the all-new Blazer. MSRP as-tested: $48,270 Click to Subscribe!
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2019 Chevrolet Blazer Shown Despite its off-road heritage, the all-new Blazer prioritizes style over ruggedness. Chevy slots the mid-size, two-row crossover between the compact Equinox and the three-row Traverse to secure a larger share of the highly popular segment.
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