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I‘m on the struggle bus, as my local Chevy dealer has made me a trade-in offer for my 2016 Silverado that I can‘t ignore. I love my truck, but at this point in my life, I’m having a difficult time rationalizing the purchase of another. As much as I enjoy it, I really don’t “need” a truck. The only downside to it really is the fuel economy (not that this ever surprised me).

I am very much smitten by the looks of the new Blazer, both inside and out, particularly the RS variant, and am wondering what current owners can say are the plusses and minuses of ownership so far.

Whatever I get will be used primarily for commuting to work via highway, about 35 miles each way. I live in Massachusetts, so winter weather will be a concern. I should also note that my wife purchased a 2018 Traverse, which we both love driving. I suspect the Blazer will be just as enjoyable, if not more so. I would be very interested to hear from anyone with experience driving both.

Any input will be greatly appreciated, as I have a limited time to take advantage of the dealer’s current offer.
 

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Having driven both the Traverse and Blazer I think that if you like the Traverse you will like the Blazer. I have an RS and I have driven the LT models and the RS drives much nicer in my my opinion. I also think the tech and interior of the Blazer is much nicer and way more sporty.
 

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Having driven both the Traverse and Blazer I think that if you like the Traverse you will like the Blazer. I have an RS and I have driven the LT models and the RS drives much nicer in my my opinion. I also think the tech and interior of the Blazer is much nicer and way more sporty.
thank you, Bob. I appreciate your feedback!
 

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My only two complaints are the fact the door panels aren't insulated very well (I put my elbow on mine while I drive and her hear the door panel hit the inner shell of the door). Driving with all the windows down causes a major helicopter effect that you can't really make go away unless you shut all windows, never really had that issue on other cars.
 

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Not sure if you pruchased yet or not but I have owned my 2019 Blazer RS for just over a year. Nice driving vehicle and comfortable. I really enjoy the panoramic sunroof!! Only 1 little problem with the lane keep assist it no longer works. I have an appointment with the dealership to check it out. Other then that all is good and very happy with my choice.
 

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Not sure if you pruchased yet or not but I have owned my 2019 Blazer RS for just over a year. Nice driving vehicle and comfortable. I really enjoy the panoramic sunroof!! Only 1 little problem with the lane keep assist it no longer works. I have an appointment with the dealership to check it out. Other then that all is good and very happy with my choice.
Not sure if you pruchased yet or not but I have owned my 2019 Blazer RS for just over a year. Nice driving vehicle and comfortable. I really enjoy the panoramic sunroof!! Only 1 little problem with the lane keep assist it no longer works. I have an appointment with the dealership to check it out. Other then that all is good and very happy with my choice.
Good day,just wondering how you made out with the Keep Lane Assist. my new 2020 RS is in the shop right now for is service.Cheers
 
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