2019 Chevrolet Blazer Walk Around

With its wide stance, high beltline, and dramatically sculpted bodysides, the properly-proportioned 2019 Blazer has a well-toned athletic look. Contemporary styling, topped by a “floating canopy” profile, places the Blazer far apart from the dowdier appearance of Chevrolet’s smaller Equinox.

Sitting high off the ground, emphasized by big wheels, the Blazer is highlighted by clever body lines and attention-grabbing details. Fenders swell outward fashionably. Blacked-out trim lets the roof appear to float on its rear pillars. Out back are high-mounted taillights.

Grilles differ by trim levels: “signature” horizontal look for base models, black mesh for RS, and chrome-accented on the Premier.


Interesting shapes highlight the Blazer’s driver-centric cabin, with plenty of space for five adult passengers.

Seats in both front and rear could be more shapely and comfortable, though front backrests provide ample support. Good adjustment ranges let most drivers find a workable seating position, though taller folks might find the steering wheel a little too close.

Base models with cloth upholstery get attractively quilted stitching, but bottom cushions are short and firm, and won’t fit the biggest drivers as well. In upper trim levels, eight-way power front seats can be heated/cooled and leather-clad.

The rear bench slides fore/aft to shift cargo and passenger space as needed. Headroom is fine and leg space excels, helped by slimmed-down front seatbacks, but the bench could be more supportive.

Symmetrical banks of buttons accompany the 8.0-inch touchscreen. The infotainment system works sufficiently smoothly.

Cargo space behind the rear seat totals 30.5 cubic feet, expanding to 64.2 cubic feet with seatbacks folded flat. Liftover height is reasonable.

1Dealer Discount applied to everyone.

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