Last time we saw the Chevy Blazer was back in 2005. Fast-forward to 2019, the mid-size SUV arrives with a completely new look that's bold, brawny, and inline with its Camaro sibling. Riding on standard 18-inch aluminum wheels with optional 21-inch for the RS and Premier trims, the redesigned Blazer’s long, lean and sculpted body sides lead to a rear end highlighted by LED-illuminated Chevy-signature dual-element taillamps, dual exhaust outlets and an integrated tailgate spoiler. The standard 2.5L will only produce 193-hp and 188 lb-ft of torque, while the 3.6L V6 ramps it up to 305-hp and 269 lb-ft of torque.
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