Chevrolet has brought back the Blazer with a bang. The Chevrolet Blazer is an SUV that belongs to the new wave of midsize SUVs. It has a bold and sharp exterior and interior design that will attract all road users while cruising in the city or highway. You can overcome all road imperfections in this SUV. It balances the imperfections to maintain a quiet cabin and conquers road corners and intersections with a thrill. Chevrolet included several drive modes in this SUV that you can select from; the Off-road, Tow, and Sport. These modes work by changing the throttle, engine transmission, and steering to achieve their function.
The Blazer now includes a V6 engine option in addition to the 2.5-liter Ecotec engine and the 2.0-liter turbo engine. Of the three, the V6 engine emits the highest horsepower, while the turbo engine consumes the least fuel.
The cabin of the Blazer has some standard features and design present in all the available trims. There are five seats in two rows. The headroom, legroom, and shoulder room of the SUV are spacious to accommodate tall and full-size adults. Chevrolet combines cloth materials with a tone of two colors and soft-touch plastics to furnish the seats, armrests, and dashboard. Underneath the center stack are round air vents that enable climate control of the cabin; climate control is dual-zone. Both the rear and front seats have ventilation and heating.
Chevrolet also provided an impressive cargo volume of 30.5 cubic feet behind the back seats that stretches to 64.2 cubic feet on folding the seats. Initially, only 11 carry-on suitcases could fit in the SUV, but after the stretch, we could add 15 more suitcases bringing the total number to 26. That’s a lot of luggage!
Chevrolet’s infotainment system in the Blazer comes with an eight-inch touchscreen. This screen enables controls like navigation, browsing, and access to your smartphone. The Blazer has other technological features for you to stay connected, such as 4G LTE Wi-Fi, Sirius XM radio, keyless start and open, power-adjustable driver’s seats, and a power tailgate.
The higher your Blazer trim, the more optional features you will get to enjoy. Some of the optional features higher trims have are a hands-free liftgate, memory settings for the driver’s seats, a Bose audio with eight speakers, and more.
There is a long list of driver assistance features that Chevrolet included in the Blazer. Unique safety features include teen driver, OnStar safety and security, and safety alert seat. Chevrolet uses the teen driver feature to promote responsible driving; it has included customizable features that the car owner can customize when someone else is driving the Blazer. Onstar safety and security offers emergency assistance if your Blazer is involved in an accident, stolen, or when in any form of crisis.
Other safety features include:
All of the above features are equally important for your family’s safety on the road.
Chevrolet designed six incredible trims with precision. There is the RS, L, 3LT, LT, Premier, and 2LT. The Premier is the highest-level trim with memory settings for the driver’s seats, Bose audio with eight speakers, and a power-adjustable and heated steering. You might need to spend extra for higher trims, but the features you will access will be worth every coin spent.
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