2020 Chevrolet Blazer Expect the new Blazer to ride on Chi platform from GM, but it will be on the short-wheelbase version, which also supports the GMC Acadia

2020 Chevrolet Blazer

2020 Chevrolet Blazer welcome to our website carsauthority.com a website that discusses various types of car models that are popular in the world, we really expect our website to be your choice in speaking automotive world, I hope you enjoy our review. The Blazer type plate is set to return to the US after the lack for more than a decade, but it will not be a body-on-frame SUV. Not surprisingly, it will strengthen a crossover to Chevy's lineup, bumping between the compact equinox and full-size traverse.

Expect the new Blazer to ride on Chi platform from GM, but it will be on the short-wheelbase version, which also supports the GMC Acadia and Cadillac XT5. As a result, it should only offer two rows of seating and is likely to be powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and a 3.6-liter V6, both coupled with a new nine-speed automatic transmission.



Although it is still heavily camouflaged, spy photographers also managed to get photos of the inside of the Blazers. Still, it's hard to make all the details about the upcoming crossover, but we get a good idea of its size.

Look for the Blazer to compete with models such as the Ford Edge, Nissan Murano and Honda's upcoming double-row crossover. It should be debut sometime later this year.

Very little is currently known about the interior of the 2019 Chevy Blazer. Perhaps the biggest unknown is whether the model will offer three rows of seats, or just two lines.

We can see Chevy wanting to provide buyers a reason to  "Step up " from the Equinox with a third row, but we can also see the brand not wanting to cross sell to slaughter. We believe Chevy would be wise to offer the new blazer in two-and three-row seat configurations. The offer of a third line would allow customers looking for a CUV that seats more than a two-line model, while customers for whom the equinox is a bit too small would opt for the blazer. Meanwhile, customers looking for the biggest three-line crossover would do well with the traverse.

We are expecting the latest Chevrolet MyLink infotainment system as well as a variety of GM active safety/driver assistance systems. The Chevrolet Blazer is back... well, somehow. As Ford does not read one, but two off-road-focused SUVs, and Jeep finds success with its relatively new JL wrangler, Chevy is reading for the return of his iconic blazer. The nameplate is not on the market since 2005, but new spy photos suggest the SUV will be back on the road in just a few months.


2020 Chevrolet Blazer

Captured tests just outside GM's Milford evidence site in Michigan, the prototype carries a lot of camouflage to conceal its final design – but there are a few unique elements to it. For one, this new blazer ditches many of the box-shaped cues found on the initial model instead of a traditional look. You may not be able to say it and the Equinox apart if you were both hushed up.

Although the model or prices have been announced, we imagine that the new Blazer will have a starting price between $27,000 and $30,000. The compact 2018 Equinox starts at about $24,000, while the full size traverse starts at $30,000.
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