New Chevrolet Blazer XL seen in testsOctober 10, 2019
New Chevrolet Blazer XL received an easily recognizable appearance.
There seems to be no end to the popularity of the SUV, and three-row models are one of the hottest trends at the moment. An example is the Chevrolet Blazer, which debuted only in the 2019 model year due to its sporty crossover proportions and capacity. It is located between the Equinox and the three-row Traverse, but this camouflage version differs not only in three rows of seats.
The last time photographers saw the Blazer type (now known as XL), it was much more camouflage. In these photos, the test car is marked in Michigan and you can clearly see the extended rear of the model. Compared to the standard version, this extended Blazer features a flatter roof, which is obviously a bit longer. The body extends behind the back door. However, the novelty is still easily recognizable.
No technical changes have been reported so far, but Chevrolet already offers a number of units for the Blazer, including a new 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with 230 horsepower, which can be ordered with all-wheel drive.
Chevrolet may not be offering the Blazer XL in the United States. This SUV is expected to go to China as the 2021 model. In the US market, Chevrolet already offers six different models of SUVs and crossovers, although buyers looking for a sportier option with a 7-seater saloon could have adopted the Blazer.
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