Versatility in the New Chevy Blazer
There’s no such thing as a standard or one-size-fits-all SUV. The new Chevy Blazer is proof of that. Its many features are customizable to your lifestyle, even as your needs change.
For starters, there’s driver mode, which is easily accessible on the dash. This standard feature allows you to adjust your vehicle’s performance on challenging road surfaces with the simple turn of a dial. Options include:
- All-Wheel Drive
- Sport Mode
Another new feature from Chevy can be found in the cargo space. In the Blazer, the 30.5 cubic feet of cargo space can be easily configured many different ways to suit your specific needs. Chevy debuted its new cargo management system this year, which is a sturdy, floor-mounted rail system that helps keep your cargo secure. Both the cargo partition and cargo net can help prevent items from shifting while on the road.
The Blazer has three trim levels to choose from, each with available options to customize your Blazer into a unique vehicle made just for you. Some options include:
- Heated driver and front passenger seats
- Rear park assist
- Rear cross traffic alert
- Assist steps
- Lug/wheel lock kit
- Front and rear splash guards
- Heated auto-dimming side mirrors
- Power programmable liftgate
The Blazer fills a very specific niche between the Equinox and Traverse. As with all new vehicle developments, it feels much more expensive than it actually is. And when a vehicle feels like you got your money’s worth, it’s going to make consumers happy. With so many upgrades and trim options available, you can spend your money on specific features that are important to you.
This new five-passenger Blazer is nothing like the old Blazer. It’s sporty and fun, while also being practical. Reviews vary, with audiences split between old-school fans and newness-craving enthusiasts. No matter which team you find yourself relating to, the new Blazer won’t disappoint. If you happen to have both types of fans in your household, you’ll be happy to know that the system can remember multiple driver profiles. And that even carries over to other system-capable Chevy vehicles you own. Think of it as more of a reboot as opposed to a remake.
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