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When Chevrolet first announced the all-new Chevrolet Blazer, there was an outcry of off-road car enthusiasts. How could they take a vehicle made for taking the unbeaten path, and turn it into a family car? The history of the Chevrolet Blazer is full of off-road glory, but that doesn’t mean this new crossover is anything to scoff at. After its great reception at the 2018 LA Auto Show, the Chevy Blazer went on to conceive another concept, the Chevrolet Blazer XL. With the Chevy Blazer now out and about, let’s take a look at some of the highlights that make it such a sweet ride.
It Has POWER!
Oh, was there really any doubt that Chevrolet would still do away with the off-road glory of the original Blazer? Hah! Tell that to the upgraded all-wheel drive (AWD) system, an available option for consumers of the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer. It comes with dual-clutch that can transfer power between both axles as well as either side. A nifty trick, only available on the Premier and RS trims. Speaking of which, there’s four main trims, and three subsets.
The 2019 Chevy Blazer has the following trims: L (base), Blazer, RS, and Premier. The Blazer trim can come with the standard 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, capable of generating 193 horsepower and 188 lb-ft of torque, with a cloth interior space, or the more powerful 308hp 3.6-liter V6 engine (standard on the RS and Premier trim) with a cloth or leather interior. The V6 delivers a little extra grunt with 270 lb-ft of torque, and that definitely helps with the towing capacity. Add on the AWD, and this is a crossover with a nice chunk of power. The 2019 Chevy Blazer can tow up to 4500 pounds – all the competition is there these days.
That kind of power may not be made for the track, but the new Blazer is the Camaro of crossovers. A lot of this can be seen in its style, especially the flashy RS trim, which we’ll get into later, but this crossover handles like a performance car. Throughout the lineup, consumers will find that the vehicle is quick to respond to the driver’s movements on the steering wheel. This leads to a comfortable ride and greater handling of the vehicle on the road – or off.
Okay, let’s talk Style
The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro is pretty slick in its own right, but if looking for that Camaro of crossovers we mentioned, consumers will find a more aggressive exterior with styling to match on the Blazer RS trim. Set to be the sporty trim of the lineup, this unique trim can come with 21-inch wheels, and in hot red, its rugged look is only complimented by how well it handles. The Camaro-esque style overflows into the interior, with a dashboard that closely resembles the sports car sibling and can easily make drivers feel like they’re behind the wheel of the famous coupe.
So how about the room? Even better in a crossover, right? The front seats are roomy, the rear seat can slide forward or back for extra legroom or cargo space, and the Blazer can seat up to five passengers. Like most crossovers though, four is probably best for those of us who like our personal space.
To cap it all off, Chevrolet adds some nice tech to the Blazer crossover. Offering an easy-to-use infotainment systems, features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility are standard, but consumers may be interested in add-ons like a Wi-Fi hot spot and a wireless charging for smartphones. Don’t forget the powerful Bose premium 8-speaker sound system. That’s always of high praise.