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Trims

For 2019, the U.S. market Blazer is available in 6 trims to choose from. Budget friendly trims include L, 2.5 Cloth, 3.6L Cloth and 3.6L Leather. RS and Premier build on performance and elegance, costing nearly 10-30% more than the 3.6L Leather but have highly sought after features, some as firsts for a Chevrolet SUV. For more information, view the 2019 Blazer Configurator.

Modern and muscular, Blazer sets the standard for what an SUV should be. With sleek lines, a horizontal Black grille, available 20-inch aluminum wheels and a rounded dual exhaust, it’s the SUV you’ll want to be seen in.

Trims

Blazer L
  • MSRP from $29,995
  • 2.5L 4-cylinder, 9-speed automatic transmission FWD
  • 18" aluminum wheels
  • Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system† with 8” diagonal color-touch screen
  • Remote start
Blazer 2.5L Cloth
  • MSRP from $33,495
  • 2.5L 4-cylinder, 9-speed automatic transmission FWD
  • 18" aluminum wheels
  • Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system† with 8” diagonal color-touch screen
  • Available advanced safety content:† Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Rear Park Assist and Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert
Blazer 3.6L Cloth
  • MSRP from $34,495
  • 3.6L V6 engine
  • Available AWD with up to 4500 lbs of trailering capability† when properly equipped
  • Available advanced safety content:† Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Rear Park Assist and Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert
  • Available power liftgate
Blazer 3.6L Leather
  • MSRP from $38,695
  • 3.6L V6 engine
  • Perforated leather-appointed seating surfaces
  • Heated driver and front passenger seating surfaces
  • Advanced safety content:† Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Rear Park Assist and Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert
RS
Escape the ordinary with the unique appeal of RS. Bold exterior styling features a custom Black mesh grille, performance-inspired front air dam and Black bowtie emblem. Inside, you’re welcomed by Jet Black leather-appointed seating surfaces with Red accents. RS is the street-inspired vehicle that’s designed to get your adrenaline pumping.
  • MSRP from $41,795
  • Unique Black exterior accents, including black Chevy bowties and grille
  • Interior Black perforated leather-appointed seating surfaces with sueded microfiber inserts and red accents throughout
  • Unique 20" wheels with available 21" wheels
  • Gesture Power Liftgate
Premier
Luxurious and elegantly styled, Blazer Premier is an SUV that lives up to its name. With chrome accents inside and out as well as premium leather-appointed and sueded microfiber seating surfaces, Premier is as beautiful as it is capable.
  • MSRP from $43,895
  • Unique chrome-trimmed horizontal grille, with roof rails, and chrome accents throughout
  • Unique 20" wheels with available 21" wheels
  • Perforated leather-appointed seating surfaces in Jet Black/Maple Sugar
  • Gesture Power Liftgate
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Cargo

Cargo features here make the Blazer stand out, primarily with the Cargo Management System, another first for Chevrolet that utilitarian consumers can't live without. Within that package is a rail system and cargo fence to confidently secure a range of common goods. Visuals of how to make use of the nearly 64.2 cu.ft/1,818 L of space have been provided below for greater perspective.

A Chevrolet first, this available sturdy floor-mounted rail system helps keep your cargo secure as you move from point A to B. The available Flexible Cargo Partition and Horizontal Cargo Net can help prevent items like groceries, gardening tools or golf equipment from shifting.
Shopper


DIY-er


Weekend Warrior


Traveler


Commuter

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Performance

In true sporty SUV fashion the Blazer features around 300 hp and 270 lb-ft of toque at peak (3.6L V6), mated to an efficient 9-speed automatic that performs well even with the less powerful 2.5L I-4. AWD is a game changer, making the 3.6L Cloth or higher models worth their premium especially with RS and Premier trims that get Advanced AWD. 5 Driver Mode Control settings fine tune AWD to your liking.

Power
You’ll fall in love from the first press of the throttle with the 3.6L V6 engine that’s available on Blazer and standard on RS and Premier trims. With 305 horsepower, it’s fun to drive and can tow up to 4,500 lbs. Plus, the 9-speed automatic transmission offers smooth shifts and the fuel economy you need.
  • ECOTEC® 2.5L engine offers an EPA-estimated 27 MPG highway.
  • Available 3.6L engine offers an EPA-estimated 26 MPG highway.
  • Intelligent stop/start technology – a smart, seamless way to help save gas in stop-and-go city driving
  • Both engines feature Variable Valve Timing, which adjusts cam timing for performance when you need it, and for efficiency under light load driving.
  • Available switchable all-wheel drive gives you added capability when you need it.
AWD Capability
All-wheel drive, available on all Blazer 3.6L V6 models, gives you added confidence in a variety of conditions. RS and Premier trims offer the Advanced AWD system that’s Chevrolet crossovers most sophisticated. This system helps further improve driver control by independently directing torque through a twin-clutch rear-axle design to the rear wheel with the best traction in poor road conditions. This helps give you more control as well as a confident feeling behind the wheel.

CHOOSE YOUR DRIVER MODE
This standard feature allows you to adjust your vehicle’s performance on challenging road surfaces with the simple turn of a dial.

When equipped with AWD, Driver Mode Control includes:
  • Tour
  • All-Wheel Drive
  • Sport Mode
  • Off-Road
  • Tow/Haul
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Connectivity

Once inside, although the Blazers sporty appeal becomes toned down, its big on the latest in Connectivity that runs seamlessly with your day-to-day needs. Some core features that make it a winner in this category (if you're sold on the rest of the Blazer) is: Infotainment 3, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, an 8-inch touch-screen and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.

With the latest Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System technology and available 4G LTE Wi-Fi® Hotspot, Blazer is the place where connections are made. Whether you’re making a hands-free call or paying for your coffee through Marketplace on your touch screen, you’re never far from the things you love.
  • Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System
  • Available 4G LTE Wi-Fi®
  • 8-inch diagonal touch-screen
  • Apple CarPlay® compatibility
  • Android Auto™ compatibility
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Specifications

As you dig deeper into specifications, the 2019 Blazer continues adding value. Its 10 color options complement the available trims, active safety features increase confidence on the road, adequate gas mileage at 22/27 (city/highway), comfortable seating for 5, 4500 lbs of class-leading towing capacity, premium interior finishes, a heating package great for northern climates and many more.

The latest member of the Chevrolet crossover family will arrive with bold, sophisticated styling inside and out. RS and Premier features a standard 3.6L V6 engine, making it the perfect two-row midsize SUV to fuel all of your journeys, from daily commute to night on the town. Available early 2019.

Highlights
  • MPG City/Hwy: 22/27
  • Seating Capacity: 5
  • Max Available Horsepower: 305
  • Max Cargo Volume: 64.2 cu.ft.
Colors:
  • Graphite Metallic
  • Black
  • Nightfall Grey Metallic
  • Silver Ice Metallic
  • Summit White
  • Red Hot
  • Sunlit Bronze Metallic
  • Oakwood Metallic
  • Kinetic Blue Metallic
  • Cajun Red Tintcoat
Features:
  • Standard 8-inch Diagonal Touchscreen
  • Up To 4,500 lbs. Towing
  • Available AWD Capability
  • Available 3.6L V6 Engine
Models

Base Blazer
  • Starting at $32,300
  • Standard 2.5L engine with available 3.6L V6 engine.
  • Available AWD with up to 4500 lbs of trailering capability when properly equipped.
  • Available perforated leather-appointed seating.
  • Standard Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System with 8-inch color diagonal touch screen.
Blazer RS
  • Starting at $40,600
  • Standard 3.6L V6 Engine.
  • Unique Black exterior accents, including black Chevy bowties and grille.
  • Interior Black Perforated leather-appointed seating with sueded microfiber inserts and red accents throughout.
  • Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Plus with Navigation and available Bose Premium Audio
Blazer Premier
  • Starting at $42,700
  • Standard 3.6L V6 Engine.
  • Unique chrome-trimmed horizontal grille, with roof rails, and chrome accents throughout.
  • Perforated leather-appointed seating in Jet Black/Maple Sugar
  • Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Premium with Navigation
 

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I was slightly disappointed with the fact that the RS isn't as powerful or torque friendly as the Edge ST.

Torque is especially bad at just over 100 lb.ft less and yet both the RS and ST are priced similarity! Ford might be the winner in this category for me.
 

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Chevy has been a little aggressive with pricing on the higher trim levels for sure. There is no way it should be set so closely to luxury models.
 

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Chevy has been a little aggressive with pricing on the higher trim levels for sure. There is no way it should be set so closely to luxury models.
I don't see the problem as its price well within competition. Unlike premium offerings, here you're paying less for more options.
 

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A fully spec'd RDX A Spec can be had for $50k, but I think that caters towards a much different audience. Can anyone attest to GM's 9 speed transmission? I know its been placed in a bunch of vehicles in their lineup.
 

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When it comes to transmissions, Acura is skeptical, they don't have a good recent history to the point even domestic car makers outpace them.
 

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I haven't seen any issues with it in the Malibu or Equinox but I believe it is planned for like 10 different models in GM's lineup. Fords new 10 speed was also developed in collaboration with GM.
 

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Even with the same transmission build, sometime having a different version or tune can drastically change your experience.

Unfortunately you never find out ahead of time, its always after miles have racked up and the issues start showing through
 

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10 speed transmissions seem like overkill to me, especially in larger SUV's and pickups. I know its mostly a result of the new WLTP regulations, but how often are you even going to use those higher gears? Hopefully some new owners can give us an insight into how well refined GM's 9spd is.
 

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Right now the key motivation for automakers and these high gear transmission is to meet gas mileage demand so in that regard a 10-speed transmission is justified.
 
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