Just chop off a large portion from the rear and we have a Blazer sized vehicle. I just covered the area behind the rear door and imagined that as the full body. Maybe shorten the front a bit and it should be about right.
Would you ever consider getting a Tahoe if the Blazer doesn't live up to your expecatations? So far its just about the best smallest but true SUV you can get from GM. I know i would!I'm not a fan of the current SUV and Crossover segment, they either go very large or very compact. The Chevy Blazer looks like it straddles the middle. Hopefully it'll be of similar size compare to its predecessor.
Good luck with that because these days its much harder for any car maker to justify pulling that move unless its a product they have been selling consistently for years, like the Wrangler 2-door. So far Chevy hasn't proved its willing to do that so as it stands I expect this Blazer to be a 2 door.Perhaps, but I was hoping for a two door blazer like the older models.
Coupe style 4 door SUV would solve that problem and help take Chevy into a new era of SUV. Just about nothing they have right now can be a coupe and considering what other car makers are doing, Chevy is falling behind, even Toyota already introduced coupe styling.Such a shame, but I do understand where they're coming from as four doors are easier to sell than two doors unless it's a coupe.