2023 Chevrolet Blazer Preview for Sale in Warwick

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The Chevrolet Blazer will return with a noteworthy refresh for the 2023 model year. While it will retain its signature sportiness, attractive proportions, and ample cargo space (up to 64.2 cubic feet with the rear seat folded), Chevy has also made some improvements of note. Here’s what we know so far.

What’s New For 2023?

The ‘23 Blazer will arrive with a fresh new look and a few substantial technology updates. The main changes are to the exterior, where the facelifted front end will reveal a novel grille design and a restyled fascia. What’s more, the headlights, daytime running lights, and taillights have also been aesthetically modernized.

Some great new colors have also been added to the Blazer’s paint palette: Sterling Gray Metallic, Copper Bronze Metallic, and Radiant Red Tintcoat; the Nightshift Blue interior is now offered on the RS trim level as well. Inside, the ‘23 Blazer has a 10.2-inch HD touchscreen infotainment system, in addition to a debuting wireless phone charger that will be standard in the RS and Premier and available for the 2LT and 3LT.

Trims and Powertrain

The ‘23 Blazer will be made in the same four trims as the outgoing edition: 2LT, 3LT, RS, and Premier. The 2LT, 3LT, and Premier will have a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 228 hp and 258 lb.-ft. of torque, while a 3.6-liter V6 stirring 308 hp and 270 lb.-ft. of torque will be available in the 3LT and Premier and standard in the RS. Both engines will link up to a nine-speed automatic transmission, and although front-wheel drive will be standard, all-wheel drive will be offered. If you purchase the RS trim, it will be eligible for a more advanced twin-clutch AWD system.

Advanced Amenities

In addition to the new 10.2-inch touchscreen and wireless phone charger, the ‘23 Blazer will embrace a variety of other standout features, including either a power-programmable liftgate or a hands-free liftgate (the basic power liftgate will be optional for the 2LT and standard on the 3LT, RS, and Premier, while the hands-free liftgate will be available with the RS and Premier). Some of the other available amenities will be remote ignition, a drive mode selector (Tour, Snow/Ice, Sport, and available Tow/Haul with FWD and Tour, All-Wheel Drive, Sport, Off-Road, and Tow/Haul with AWD), and an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot.

The ‘23 Blazer will also come with an assortment of active safety technologies via the standard Chevy Safety Assist technology suite, which bundles automatic emergency braking, a following distance indicator, forward collision alert, front pedestrian braking, lane keep assist with lane departure warning, and IntelliBeam automatic high beams. To top it off, adaptive cruise control will now be optional for the 2LT and 3LT.

Special Editions

If you want to further raise the cosmetic appeal of your ‘23 Blazer, there will be two special edition options you can choose from: Midnight/Sport Edition and Redline Edition. The Midnight/Sport Edition – available for the 2LT and 3LT trims – gives off a menacing vibe with its 18-inch gloss black aluminum wheels, gloss black grille bar and nameplate, and black front and rear Chevy bowtie emblems and mirrors. The Redline Edition sings a more athletic song, taking several of those blacked-out elements (it’s also offered for the 2LT and 3LT trims). It’s differentiated by its 20-inch gloss-black aluminum wheels with sporty red accents, black badging with red outlines, a black grille and header bar, and black door handles.

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