The 2019 Chevrolet Blazer has undergone such an impressive makeover, starting with the fact that it will no longer be based on a pickup truck. This allows it to take a new shape and a new life as an SUV.
Chevrolet aims at filling the gap between the Equinox which sits five people and the Traverse that can take in seven persons. The Blazer has shed its past like a convert. It now rides on its front wheels and is powered by an inline-4 engine. Four trims are available starting with the L, going to the LT, then RS and finally the Premier models.
The base trim drives moving powers form an inline-four that will accurately generate 193-horsepower. It is mated to a promising nine-speed automatic. But you can also the V-6 engine that will generate an admissible 308-hp. When riding its 20-inch or even 21-inch footwear, this car will be charming. This Chevy will comfortably tow a 4,500 load.
The interior is impressive in tech and space which can be increased by sliding the rear seat on its track. The folding back seat further gives room for more cargo. It, however, lacks elements such as automotive emergency braking which these days are almost an innate fixture in the most basic cars. There however is blind-spot monitoring but you must pay for 360 view camera as well as adaptive cruise control for entry-level trims.
This car has done itself a lot of good raising several notches high, especially with new body design. If this is a sign of good tidings, then the best is still on the way.
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