While any modern SUV should provide lasting comfort for everyone onboard, Chevrolet knows that it takes more than a pleasant ride to stand out in this competitive market. Just one year after its class-shaking debut, the 2020 Chevy Blazer arrives with a hearty engine, upscale interior, and sports car style, and it’s the ideal fit for any highway adventures you have coming up.
Comfort with Style
Crossover SUVs are defined by their ability to blend sedan-style performance and looks with SUV convenience and space. The Blazer takes these qualities a tremendous step further with bold looks and eye-catching character curves. Rather than looking to a sedan for inspiration, Chevy took design notes from their slim and aggressive Camaro sports car, endowing the Blazer with a sleek exterior and sporty interior. On the inside, accented stitching, a hexagonal infotainment display, and futuristic air vents carry over from the Camaro, and the overall atmosphere is open and airy. Up to five people can enjoy the Blazer’s cushioned seating and expansive legroom, with standard cloth upholstery in both rows. Chevy also offers customization options like perforated leather seating or leather trim with suede.
You have several potent engine options available to power the Blazer, and the base model runs on a 193-horsepower 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. The starting powertrain ensures all the energy you need for the everyday commute, but you can also consider the various other engines found elsewhere in the Blazer’s trim range. For 2020, Chevy now offers a 230-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder for the 2LT and 3LT variations. You can also enjoy the added power of a 308-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 in the RS and Premier trims. Any option you choose will pair smoothly with the SUV’s nine-speed automatic transmission. If you need to tow a trailer or boat, the Blazer can be equipped to pull as much as 4,500 pounds.
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