2023 Chevrolet Blazer arrives with few cosmetic changes, larger screen
Chevrolet brought back their legendary Blazer nameplate back in 2019 with a superb design and good overall package at a very decent price point. The 2022 Blazer now gets a mid-cycle refresh, with design changes and updated tech inside.
There is no doubt that Blazer is a stylish crossover. With its Camaro-like face stuck on a sculpted body, Blazer stands out a bit from the crowd. This front fascia is now updated with a new mesh-style grill and new vent designs.
At the rear, the taillights get an update as well but retain their overall shape. New 20- and 21-inch wheel designs and four new body colours complete the package.
The touchscreen growing to 10 inches is the most notable change inside the Blazer. The 8-inch screen is now gone. The remaining design elements remain the same. Wireless charging is now made standard across the trim levels.
There are no changes under the skin. The same 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine still finds it home in the Blazer. The output figure of 228 hp is the same as well. No change in the bigger 3.6-litre, 308 hp V6 engine as well. All-wheel-drive is offered across the range, and so is the nine-speed auto transmission.
Keep track of the latest prices and updates in the Chevrolet Blazer buyer guide.