Our intensive look at the entry-level Blazer is informed by our own in-depth testing and hands-on experience.
Chevrolet resurrects the Blazer nameplate for 2019, but this all-new crossover prioritizes style over the ruggedness of its legendary off-road predecessors. The two-row Blazer is positioned between the compact Chevy Equinox and the three-row Chevy Traverse. Its mid-size classification pits it head to head against other two-row rivals such as the Ford Edge and the Honda Passport. While the Blazer is available with a potent 308-hp V-6 engine and all-wheel drive, entry-level models such as the one we tested for this review are available only with front-wheel drive and a dutiful 193-hp four-cylinder. We'll detail much of the content and capabilities that make this Blazer so budget friendly.