2022 Chevy Blazer RS
I have a 2022 Chevy blazer RS. Loved everything about this vehicle. Love the style, handling, acceleration. I just enjoy driving this vehicle. But at 4800 miles the actuary module went on it. I was very disappointed for the money I spent on this vehicle for something like this to happen so early. It was replaced so time will tell if it happens again. I bought a new car because I wanted reliable transportation but now it’s always in the back of my mind that something could happen again.
I just leased the 23 LT3. What a beauty. White with black accents. Excellent vehicle. Comfort and beauty in one vehicle. Highly recommend the Blazer.
Awesome vehicle all except for 1 thing!!
I recently took delivery of my second Blazer. My first was a brand new 2019 fully loaded Premier and I liked the vehicle so much I leased another one. This time an RS. I really enjoy driving the new Blazer. I find it very comfortable and I’m a male 5’11” 260 lbs. I get a lot of compliments on this Blazer everywhere I go so naturally I find the styling to awesome. The infotainment system works great. The Bose audio system sounds unreal and having Onstar is really nice as well. Gives me piece of mind. The performance overall with the vehicle is really decent. I wouldn’t say it leans on the high performance spectrum but to be honest it’s not that far off. Handling is really good too and the Blazer comes with a ton of safety equipment which I think is great. My only complaint with this vehicle is you almost have to Lease it or buy a used one. Because the price is really steep for what it is. It’s a sporty mid-sized SUV with NO 3rd row with some decent refinements and equipment for an MSRP of almost $52,000. That’s a lot of money. I know nothing is cheap today but I think GM priced this vehicle way too high. By at least $5,000 to $6,000 easily for what it is. (Supply issues aside) Chevrolet would sell a lot more of these if the price was just a bit lower in my opinion and I’m pretty well in tune with this. I’m actually a sales manager at Chevrolet dealership in Massachusetts and have been in the sales and operations end of the car business since 1997. Thank you for reading my review. Cheers!
My Chevy Blazer was a really good purchase for me. The Blazer handles well on the road, has an acceleration that keeps up with other SUV's in its class, and has a comfortable ride with plenty of room for all. This Blazer really looks good and I have received many compliments about its design. I appreciate all the safety features that it offers. I feel that this Blazer gave me more bang for my buck, other SUV's would have charged me for. Thanks to Joe L. Rice Jr. at Weber Chevrolet (Olive & 270) for his expertise as a great Sales Professional. He gave me all the knowledge that I needed to make my purchase and I am so happy. Thank you.
Classy and Sporty
I just purchased my new 2022 Chevrolet Blazer from Joe Louis Rice at Weber Chevrolet at I-270 and Olive. This SUV is sporty and classy at the same time. It has the speed that I love as well as the class that I represent. This is my first time having an SUV and I love it. Thank you to Joe for an awesome experience.
LOVE MY BLAZER
Bought my 2022 2LT 2.0 Blazer February 1, 2022. I am getting 23 mpg city and 27 Hwy. It is recommended using 93 octane. The Blazer handles, accelerates, and rides good. I really like the driver convenience package and the new safety features are really great. I have the Redline Edition and I believe the Blazer looks really good. I currently have 3200 miles on the Blazer.
A very good choice
I have the Premier edition, which has all of the bella and whistles. It's performance is really great and the mileage is 27 on the highway. I have the V6 which has more power than you'd ever need and runs on regular fuel. It's just right for the 1400 mile trips I take a couple times a year. I'm extremely satisfied with it, as are all the other people I know that own one.