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2019 Chevrolet Blazer: Everything You Need to Know

2019 Chevrolet Blazer

Few trends chronicle automakers’ pivot toward SUVs like all the subcategories seeing new action. First came subcompact SUVs. Then came their luxury siblings. Now, a wave of new entrants returns the spotlight to mid-size two-row SUVs, and a few automakers are dusting off historic nameplates for the effort: Chevrolet Blazer, Honda Passport and eventually Ford Bronco.

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Resurrected after a 14-year absence, the Blazer is in the thick of it. Not the truck-based Blazer that existed until 2005 nor the up-to-three-row TrailBlazer that spanned some of the intervening years, the 2019 Blazer slots between the Equinox and Traverse in Chevrolet’s lineup — though it’s closer in price to the latter.

We reported some early driving impressions on the Blazer after attending Chevrolet’s media preview earlier this year in San Diego (per our ethics policy, Cars.com pays for its own lodging and transportation at such automaker-sponsored events). But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Want to read more about Chevrolet’s latest SUV? Have at it. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer:

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