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2019 Chevy Blazer Colors

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If there is one thing that the new Blazer is, its eye-catching. It stands out from the rest of the crossover segment, with sports car imbued designs and plenty of different configurations to choose from. its a stand out in the Chevy lineup and it's unlike that of its larger brother, the Chevy Traverse. Though they are built upon the same C1 platform, the only thing they share on the surface is 4 common hues.

For 2019 the Blazer is offered in 10 exterior colors. This includes Red Hot, Nightfall Gray Metallic, Sunlit Bronze Metallic, Silver Ice Metallic, Summit White, Black, Kinetic Blue Metallic, Oakwood Metallic, Graphite Metallic, and Cajun Red Tintcoat. Inside the cabin, there are three interior color combinations to choose from such as Jet Black, Dark Galvanized with Light Galvanized and Jet Black with Maple Sugar. There are some restrictions on which can be paired together and two of the exterior finishes come at a premium. The Kinetic Blue Metallic will cost an extra $395 while the Cajun Red Tintcoat will set you back $495.

If you are looking for a more sporty look you may want to opt for the 20" gloss black aluminum wheels which are standard on the RS trim. There are also many different exterior accessories which change the overall aesthetics of the SUV. You can opt for black or illuminated bowtie emblems, a body-color grille bar, black roof-mounted side rails, and chrome wheel locks.

The Blazer is one of the boldest and most progressive designs we have seen from Chevrolet. Their latest crossover is all about versatility, and there is a diverse range of trims and options to compliment anyone's personal preferences or lifestyle.
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Not surprising that they are charging extra for the Red and Blue Metallic finish, as there are the two best looking colors imo. Its also worth considering having paint correction/protection done in order to better protect the factory finish from scratches, scruffs and the elements.
Does anyone know if the Dark Galvanized with Light Galvanized interior seats are like a gray and black or light and dark grey?
Not a fan of any wheel options we're given but fortunately there will be many owners of older Chevrolet products that'll buy them. Chevrolet needs to step it up with more options so we can make the Blazer into what it should be.
I think the black spokes on the RS model look good enough for a factory set. Personal preferences are so far between one another, that you really have to aftermarket to get something that's exactly what you are looking for.
Does anyone think its about time we seen special color schemes?
I personally think we should, even right down to interior material changes. In the end it won't cost Chevrolet that much but the trade offs are worth it. It would be to me as a consumer.
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