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    2019 Blazer

    Chevy says that the 2019 Blazer is “the boldest, most progressive expression of the Chevrolet crossover design theme”.

    Read more: This Is The All-New 2019 Chevy Blazer | GM Authority

    Despite the new front fascia design line (which rendered the 2019 Cruze ugly), i must admit i like it! The red is a poor choice though, but in the pictured silver stunning.
    Your take?

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    I like how the perforated leather seats look like a different color depending upon where the light is coming from/how much there is ... like in this image on the Chevrolet website: https://www.chevrolet.com/content/da...g?imwidth=2400 I just wish they'd make at least ONE of their crossovers tow up to 5,500 pounds! If you want a Chevy vehicle that can tow at least that much, you're stuck with a Colorado with V-6 or 2.8L Duramax diesel, Tahoe, Suburban, or Silverado in any form. He!! even a Mercedes GLE crossover can tow 6,600 pounds! Come on GM ... You "invented" the SUV with the Suburban, get with the times.

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    IMO.....whomever came up with this must have been involved with getting the SSR into production.
    This is another Chevrolet answer to a question nobody asked.

    As I read many buyer input letters and posts (Automotive News) a desire for a more 'robust' body on frame design (using the Colorado as base framework) emulating the original smaller body Blazer in size was the hope.

    This is just another variation of a front wheel/all wheel drive chassis.......Like my Trax.......blown up.

    Rob

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    The dimensions of this new Blazer could work very well for me. I have no need for a third row - so happy that I’m not forced to take one here.

    But I’m not crazy about the ‘angry kitchen appliance’ looks. Will have to see one in person at the auto show.
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