Anyone who is yet to see the 2020 edition of Chevrolet Blazer and is curious to know about it, is right now on the right page.
We too, a great fan of Chevrolet Blazer couldn’t hold back our curiosity, when our nearby Jacksonville Chevy dealership staff informed about this model hitting their showroom stock.
The 2020 edition of Chevrolet Blazer continue to be a two-row, mid-size crossover that is no doubt leading its segment with its sporty driving dynamics. It is also a standout with its sharp looks while being a capable haulerthat carries your family comfortably in it’s a roomy and near luxury couch.
At the first glance itself the newly released Chevrolet crossover impressed us with its decidedly sleek looking demeanor that announces with its curves and body frame, that it is meant to be on the highways, rather than glorifying the garages.
Lineup Ranges for the 2020 Edition
The year 2020 brings the Chevrolet Blazer with some major changes. The lineup sees a new 230-hp making 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine that now bridges the gap between the entry-level 2.5-liter (non-turbo) four-cylinder engine rated at 193-hp and the 308-hp making V-6 enginemade available as an upgrade. With this new engine included in the 2020 lineup, the trim range of the new Chevrolet Blazer now starts with the Base L, then moves uphill with LT, 2LT, 3LT, RS, and Premier with more and more luxury stuffed inside their cabins, as the price range steps up.
Among them, both The L and LT trims are now given the power of the 2.5-liter engine, with front-wheel-drive only configuration, while the 2LT and 3LT trims get the new turbo four engine under their hoods with all-wheel drive as an optional drivetrain. They also get the V-6 engine as an upgrading option for more power, that comes as standard for the top of the range RS and Premier models that drive with all-four-wheelsas standard.
Inside Luxury Options
Getting inside any of the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer will lead you into a spacious room that instantly creates acozy atmosphere with its comfy seating rows and ambient interior lighting. Occupants seating in the front row can enjoy the warmth of a heated and ventilated seat and that continues to comfort the ones who are taking the rear seats as well.
Every 2020 Blazer trim cabin is fitted an 8.0-inch touchscreen display that works in tune with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionalities, while a pair of USB ports are placed at strategic points to make it accessible for all the occupants irrespective of where they are seating. Optional infotainment features a 4G LTE mobile hotspot, built-in navigation, eight-speaker Bose audio system, and wireless charging pads for smartphones.
After hauling people filling in all the spaces, the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer leaves out 31 cubic feet of place behind the rear seats that stretches out to 64 when you fold down the rear seats.
All this was only an outline sketch of the inside and out of the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer. But to know each of them in detail, you need to explore the series by yourself at any well-stocked showroom like that of the Chevrolet dealers near Jacksonville.