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Just purchased the Blazer Premier. This is my first Chevy (except my husband has had many). After years of my husband trying to talk me into getting a Chevy, they finally came out with one I liked, the price was in my range, it had ventilated seats (aahhh so nice), and he now works at the dealer.

I traded in a '16 Honda HR-V which was a great car, but I started to get annoyed with some of the convenience features that were anything but. Driving the Blazer is so much different, but so far I love it. The blind spots were my biggest concern since my HR-V had a camera on the side view mirrors & i keep forgetting that I don't have that extra line of sight anymore. It also helps to be sitting so much higher since I live in a town full of suburbans and pick-ups. It is also much easier to see at night - the headlights are awesome!

Only "con" so far is there are a couple of interior trim pieces that are on order to be replaced due to a wonky install. The window trim on passenger side has a broken exposed metal tab and the leather trim on the middle of the dash is becoming un-glued. Still no regrets!

Thanks & happy Monday!
 

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Welcome.
Just be happy the issues you're experiencing right now is just that. Last thing I want are frequent and mandatory trips back to the dealer which aren't the case here.
Keep us posted on how your Blazer holds up.
 

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Will do! The interior items I mentioned were replaced today. Other than that there is something rattling in both doors. If i press on the door with my forearm while driving it stops. They said there was a service bulletin about it, but i couldn't find anything online that related to it.

Here's the before & after of the leather trim.
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Welcome to the forum! Glad to hear you're enjoying the Blazer. Hopefully all those issues are behind you now!
 

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TSB's, Service Bulletins, and so on are often internal information that has to be leaked online by someone with access to it. So finding them online isn't easy. Recalls are, its safety related. Hopefully we have some members here that work in Chevy dealerships.
 
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