Sometimes, rather than shouting, whispering will do.
That's what Chevy did with its full-size Blazer in the 1993 model year.
Blazer was the gas-guzzling, rust-prone sport-utility vehicle that underwent a major styling overhaul for 1992, when
Chevrolet switched it to the same platform as the full-size C/K pickup truck.
No longer a big, lumbering box on wheels, the new Blazer was streamlined. The square edges were rounded off, large expanses of tinted glass were brought in and the
interior was made more user-friendly.
The 1992 got all the fanfare. For 1993 you'd expect Chevy to sit back, pat itself on the back and enjoy the vehicle's new popularity. Instead it quietly made subtle... Read More