E ntwere a 2.5 liter four-cylinder engine with 193 hp and 255 Nm or a 3.6 liter V6 with 305 hp and 365 Nm provide propulsion. The SUV, enthroned as standard on 18-inch wheels and optionally on up to 21-inch wheels, can be ordered as a front or all-wheel drive. However, those who opt for the latter can also switch to pure front-wheel drive. A nine-speed automatic shifts gears.
Up to 1,818 liters of cargo space
The Chevrolet Blazer fits seamlessly between the Equinox and the Traverse. Its large grill and its very sporty appearance, if desired in the RS design, go hand in hand with a cargo volume of up to 1,818 liters - when the sliding rear seats are folded down. The tailgate opens and closes, among other things, electrically via foot control. Brand new: The Blazer has Chevrolet's first own rail-based cargo management system. There is also an electrically lockable glove compartment with enough space for a handbag.
Chevrolet Blazer with lots of comfort
A panoramic sliding roof and a heated steering wheel ensure comfort in the interior as well as heated and ventilated front seats. The two outer rear seats can also be optionally heated. In addition to an eight-inch touchscreen for infotainment operation (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible), the mid-range SUV offers the option of inductive smartphone charging and six USB sockets. If the drive in the four-wheel drive gets a little rougher, at least the padded knee area provides a plus in comfort.
Another convenience function makes it clear that the Chevrolet Blazer could be especially exciting for trailer owners: This is how the Rearview mirror graphically shows the center line to ensure attachment even without outside help. The maximum trailer load for the V6 variant is 2,041 kilograms.