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You can pretty much forget everything you think you know about the Chevrolet Blazer if you haven’t experienced this superb midsize crossover SUV that may have a familiar name but shares little else with previous vehicles to use that name in the past. Those truck-based roots are abandoned in favour of a more car-like crossover platform that delivers the kind of sporty performance and handling the sensational exterior styling promises. A lot of crossovers promise a lot with the way they look but then disappoint when you get behind the wheel, but the 2022 Chevrolet Blazer walks the walk as well as it talks the talk.
You can have a front-drive version of the new Chevy Blazer if you want one, but the majority of models sold here in Canada are standard all-wheel drive. There are four different trim levels in the current lineup but only the entry-level Blazer LT is standard front-wheel-drive, and even this base model can be upgraded with AWD if you want it. The next two models in the family are the True North and the RS and the top-of-the-range version of the 2022 Blazer is the Premier.
Plenty of automakers are adopting a take-it or leave-it policy with engines in their crossovers these days, but those who like a choice of powerplant will be pleased to know the Blazer is available with a choice of two excellent units. And don’t for a minute assume the standard turbo-four is the poor relation to the V-6 either as it’s a 2.0-litre unit that puts out a very lively 227 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque that serves the Blazer well. The 2.0-litre engine is standard with LT and True North versions of the 2022 Chevrolet Blazer.
If that’s not quite enough for your needs or you just love the sound of a V-6 there’s also GM’s trusty 3.6-litre V-6 available which then gives the Blazer 308 horsepower and 270 lb.-ft. of torque to play with. Both units come mated to standard nine-speed automatic transmissions and the 2022 Blazer is capable of towing up to 3,500 pounds with the turbo-four under the hood or an even more capable 4,500 pounds with the V-6.
Every version of the 2022 Chevrolet Blazer comes with a superb list of standard features and equipment, but there are a few enhancements for 2022 that can make this midsize crossover even more desirable. A couple of vibrant new colours are available which are Nitro Yellow Metallic and Blue Glow Metallic, and the Premier trim level gets new wheels and dark front and rear lower fascias, rockers, and wheel moldings.
If you’re planning to tow with your new 2.0-litre Blazer a trailering package is available for front-drive models and is now standard with AWD models, while the aesthetic can now be enhanced with a two-tone roof option for LT and RS models equipped with Midnight/Sport or Redline Edition packages.
The 2022 Chevrolet Blazer was already one of the most stunning-looking and fun-to-drive models in its class, but the enhancements for 2022 make it an even more enticing package. To learn more come and talk to the RMP Chevrolet team here at Albert St. South @ Hwy 1 & 6, Regina, SK, or give us a call on (306) 585-1770 to schedule your test drive.