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2019 Chevrolet Blazer


2019 Chevrolet Blazer

2019 Chevrolet Blazer

Apparently, Chevrolet is bringing the Blazer back into its next lineup. Based on the report, Chevrolet will revive the Blazer next year on a new midsize crossover set to compete with the Nissan directly Murano and also Ford Edge. It will be the newest crossover of Chevrolet that will slot between the Equinox and the Traverse, and it is rumored to be the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer. The prototype of Chevrolet Blazer has been spotted testing alongside a Nissan Murano, suggesting that the new Blazer will be more crossover than SUV. Some sources suggest the new Blazer will seat a maximum of five occupants. It will be at an estimated 194-inches long overall; the garage-friendly Blazer seems like to be ten inches shorter than the Traverse. The reintroduction of Blazer is aimed to compete directly with the Nissan Murano and Ford Edge, and potentially it will offer a third row of seating that is a feature that would set it apart from both target rivals.

Camouflaged Prototype testing

The prototypes of two Chevrolet crossover were caught testing in two different trim levels. From the spy shots of the prototype, we can see the lower-tier prototype featured smaller wheels and also dual circular exhaust tips. For the one of the more upmarket prototype was fitted with larger chrome wheels and lower-profile performance tires. We saw the pointed exhaust tips were molded into the rear fascia. Based on the report, the two prototypes are reportedly had GM’s 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine and also a 3.6-liter, V-6 engine that is the same as we can find on the redesigned GMC Acadia. Apparently, both Blazer and Acadia will share the same architecture.

The spy shots are showing the full-camo prototype, including the front fascia which is also camouflaged but the SUV styling cues we caught of the Traverse appear to have jettisoned for a sleeker design. Another clue comes from the LED slits that visible high up on the camouflaged headlight that suggest more contemporary styling for the new Blazer design.

What to expect from 2019 Chevrolet Blazer

The next 2019 Chevrolet Blazer seems to be mechanically the same as the GMC Acadia that was downsized for 2017 model year. We can say that it is shrinking from being roughly Traverse-like in size to its new tidier midsize stature. Rumors have the next Blazer will be available in front-wheel drive and also AWD configurations with the 4-cylinder and V6 engines. For the standard version, it will have 2.5-liter four of about 190 horsepower. For the optional, it might have 3.6-liter V6 of approximately 300 horsepower. The only transmission at launch seems to be available with a 6-speed automatic. We desperately expect a 9-speed automatic to come online whenever Chevrolet Blazer is freshened for the next model year.

Just like the Acadia, Chevrolet Blazer for 2019 model year should weigh about 4000 pounds, which is a significant amount of 600-700 pounds and it is less than the Traverse of previous-generation. It is expected to provide fuel-economy numbers similar to the Acadia can do as well. Front-drive 4-cylinder Blazers is expected to earn an EPA combined rating of 23 mpg. For examples the AWD V6 that will likely be rated at 17 mpg. Not stopping right here, we also hope that the next Chevrolet Blazer will share Chevrolet’s current trim level scheme, and it includes base LS, midlevel LT, and even high-end Premier trim levels.

Price and release date of 2019 Chevrolet Blazer

From the camouflaged prototype, we are so enthusiastic to see what the next 2019 Chevrolet Blazer will look like, and it seems like you can’t wait to see it soon. Some sources say that we may expect a front-drive LS of Chevrolet Blaze to start at around $30.000 if you want to get the one with well-equipped LT models, the price is likely to begin at approximately $38,000. Especially for a loaded Blazer Premier, it will likely list for just over $50,000. If you can’t stop asking when will the new Chevrolet Blaze arrive, here’s what we can expect? Production of 2019 Chevrolet Blazer is scheduled to start around the middle of 2018 at General Motors- Spring Hill, Tennesse assembly facility. From this schedule, we hope that the Blazer would arrive in showrooms shortly after that.

Well, although it isn’t all confirmed about the schedule of the release of this 2019 Chevrolet Blazer, we’ve so enthusiastic to anticipate it. We are keeping our high expectation for the Blazer that can adjust the Chevrolet’s lineup to align better with current buyer demands. Although the Equinox is pretty much popular these days, it was a little too small to cover the midsize crossover segment, especially for a brand as mainstream as Chevrolet. Customers might also consider the Traverse for a crossover vehicle, but it is the large vehicle, and for a small family, it is a little too bulky. So, with the presence of Blazer, many families can choose the right crossover vehicle that best suits them.

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