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The Blazer has been named as one of the winners on the competitive 2019 Wards 10 Best User Experiences list. The list highlights the 10 best vehicles when it comes to user-friendly technology.

The Blazer joins the list alongside some well established vehicles:
Audi A8 ($101,095)
BMW 330i ($59,920)
Chevrolet Blazer ($50,765)
Ford Explorer ($61,330)
Hyundai Palisade ($47,605)
Lexus RX 350 ($51,750)
Mercedes-Benz A220 ($51,925)
Range Rover Evoque ($59,215)
Subaru Outback ($40,705)
Volkswagen Arteon ($44,055)
Chevrolet makes a second straight appearance on the list with the all-new ’19 Blazer, following up on honors last year for the Equinox. Both models are 2-row, 5-passenger crossovers, but the Blazer is larger, with a cargo hold and available cargo management system sure to satisfy everyone from the do-it-yourselfer to the weekend warrior.

The Blazer’s DNA is closely linked to the Chevy Camaro sportscar, and the connection is evident in its unique HVAC delivery where a twist of the oversized vents adjusts the temperature and fan speed.

Wards judges were smitten with the latest Chevy infotainment system, which includes a new marketplace app for mobile shopping and has excellent natural language recognition. The 8-in. (20-cm) high-definition touchscreen is set high on the dash to reduce glance time away from the roadway and its big icons are easy to see.

The OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi connection is as reliable as a bloodhound. Stop-and-go ACC makes long-distance cruising more agreeable, and other driver-assistance features include lane keeping with lane-departure warning, forward collision alert and forward automatic braking.
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