Chevrolet Blazer

Chevy Blazer is a sport utility vehicle with a heritage that goes back to 1969. The original Blazer was a full-size four-wheel-drive SUV based on a full-size Chevy pickup truck. With a tough truck chassis and available V8 power, Blazer was known for its go-anywhere rugged capabilities. Blazer received a handsome restyling in 1973 and again in 1992. The full-size Blazer evolved into the popular Tahoe SUV in 1994.

The compact S-10 Blazer was introduced in 1983 and remained in production through the 2004 model year. Initially available as a two-door model only, a four-door version joined the S-10 Blazer line in 1991. A more aerodynamically styled S-10 Blazer arrived in 1995.

Looking to Buy a Blazer?

Although the Chevrolet Blazer is no longer in production, used Blazer models are readily available. You may want to check local dealer inventory in your area at gmcertified.com.

Looking to Sell a Blazer?

If you are looking to sell a Chevrolet Blazer, websites such as Kelley Blue Book's www.kbb.com and Edmunds.com can provide a guide to Blazer selling prices in your area.

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  • 1 3 Standard on LS and 1LT, available on 2LT.
  • 2 4 EPA estimated 17 city/ 24 hwy MPG, FWD
  • 3 2 Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc.
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