In the midsize SUV class, the Chevrolet Blazer falls behind the competition, but it does have a unique blend of comfort and space. This midsize SUV has more room for passengers than a compact crossover, but not as much cargo space as larger three-row SUVs. For these reasons, it is not a top choice for people looking for a family vehicle. However, it has plenty of features that make it an excellent choice for those who need a large crossover or SUV to carry a lot of gear.
This makes it one of the most powerful SUVs in the class
The Chevrolet Blazer has an available V-6 engine that produces up to 270 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful SUVs in the class. It has two trim levels, LS and RS, each of which offers a different set of features. The lower-level L model comes with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that can reach 155 horsepower. All models offer all-wheel drive, and RS models come standard with Active Noise Cancellation.
The base L model starts at $29795, including a $1195 destination charge, and has a base engine of 193 horsepower. The LS trim adds a V6 engine for $308 horsepower. The LS engine is more than enough for most people, and the available Advanced Twin-Clutch AWD system helps the driver maintain traction when braking or cornering. The lower-level L trims have a manual liftgate and are less sporty, but you can always upgrade to a LS to get the extra features you need.