2024 Chevy Blazer

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  • Overview

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    If you’re the type of driver who could benefit from an SUV in their life, then you should look into the 2024 Chevy Blazer. This midsize marvel is a key example of a purposeful design that encompasses performance, efficiency, comfort, and a capacious interior perfect for families of three or more. Midsize SUVs don’t get much better than the 2024 Chevy Blazer.

    The 2022 Chevy Blazer separated itself from its predecessors by shedding two trims and a powertrain; the 2023 model further changed with newer features (like a larger infotainment touchscreen), and the 2024 Blazer sports the best of all that came before it—and at a price not too dissimilar from the previous year! Check out the 2024 Blazer in its 2LT, 3LT, RS, and Premier trims, and determine which one best suits your fancy!


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  • Performance

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    The 2024 Blazer has a duo of available powertrains, both with a nine-speed automatic transmission. The 2LT and 3LT come with the base turbocharged I-4 engine, while the RS and Premier come with the punchier, larger V6 engine. However, it’s possible to opt for the V6 engine on the 3LT, but if you stick with the base trim—the 2LT—the only choice is the base.

    While the cost is higher for a model with the V6 engine, the turbocharged 2.0L I-4 engine provides a tremendously value-rich powertrain that packs a substantial punch and stellar fuel efficiency. This turbocharged engine harvests 228 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, so there’s never a doubt that every Blazer is suitable for family travel. Camping? You better believe the 2024 Blazer is up to the task with available AWD for both powertrains, along with a maximum towing capacity of 3,250 lbs on the base engine.

    Those who want more potent power should opt for the RS or Premier, as you’ll get the 3.6L V6 engine standard—or, of course, you can add it to the 3LT, as mentioned earlier. This V6 heralds a higher maximum towing capacity of 4,500 lbs, which is a seismic 38% leap over the base engine, opening the gates for more cargo you can haul. Although the V6 doesn’t refashion the Blazer’s torque output beyond 5% (from 258 lb-ft to 270 lb-ft), there’s a profound difference in horsepower output between the two engines, with the V6 engine’s 308 hp being 35% greater than what comes standard with the turbocharged I-4 in the 2LT and 3LT.

    Drivers have grown dissatisfied with fuel-guzzling vehicles, so how does the 2024 Blazer hold up? Its turbocharged engine is better suited for the task than the V6, but both powertrains are relatively light on fuel consumption. The turbocharged I-4 will manage 22 MPG during everyday city travel in both FWD and AWD; its fuel economy on the highway, however, is where the drivetrains differ—but that’s not saying a lot, given the difference is minimal, at 29 MPG on the highway in FWD and 27 MPG in AWD. These ratings culminate in 25 MPG combined for the turbocharged engine in FWD and 24 MPG combined in AWD.

    The 3.6L V6 engine lowers the 2024 Blazer’s EPA-estimated ratings across the board, but those numbers are still anything but disingenuous, with ratings like 19 MPG in the city in FWD and 18 MPG in the city in AWD. Likewise, as you'd find with the base turbocharged engine but for highway fuel economy, your ratings are identical between the FWD and AWD drivetrains for the 3.6L V6 engine, at 26 MPG on the highway.

  • Dimensions

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    The 2024 Chevy Blazer’s measurements present a midsize SUV with a wide and tall interior that helps people feel less condensed when traveling together. Tight quarters can be a problem with shorter and lankier vehicles; a tall interior is also necessary for taller occupants, and sometimes even the average-sized adult can benefit from a more spacious interior, especially if the vehicle is at maximum capacity.

    Exterior measurements allow for such capacious interiors, and the 2024 Blazer is a sizable (albeit not overbearingly large) SUV with a height of 67.0 inches, a width of 76.7 inches, and a length of 191.88 inches. The 2024 Blazer also has a front and rear track width of 66.4 and 66.2 inches, respectively; the wheelbase measures out at 113.0 inches, and the 2LT and 3LT trims have 7.5 inches of ground clearance, whereas the RST and Premier have a scarcely better 7.6 inches. Everything else is identical except this meager difference in ground clearance and one extra tiny detail: a base curb weight of 3,918 lbs for the 2LT, 3LT, and Premier, while the RS is the only outlier with a base curb weight of 4,079 lbs.

    There are no conceivable differences any of the four trims make to interior cabin measurements, including headroom, legroom, shoulder room, hip room, and cargo room with either the back seats folded down or when they’re not. You and the person beside you will have 39.8 inches of headroom, 41.0 inches of legroom, 55.6 inches of hip room, and 59.1 inches of shoulder room. In the back row, passengers have 38.6 inches of headroom, 39.6 inches of legroom, 58.6 inches of shoulder room, and 54.2 inches of hip room. If your kids sit in the back seats for the family drives, then you can rest assured the Blazer remains spacious as they get older and taller, meaning this midsize SUV is family-friendly and future-proof, both in how you use it for years to come and how forward-looking it is today.

    As a family vehicle, there’s a strong chance you’ll be rarely—if ever—folding down the back seats. But if you do, it’s likely because you have good reason for it and need to stretch the capabilities of your SUV for a moment. The 2024 Blazer’s cargo capacity is impressive in both circumstances: 30.5 cu.ft. of space for the whole family when everyone’s along for the ride, and when you need all the space that this midsize SUV can give you, your cargo area is increased to 64.2 cu.ft. when the rear row is dormant and folded flat.

  • Features

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    Since the 2022 Blazer reduced the list of trims by two, and those two were the lowest trims, the more sophisticated 2LT trim became the new base trim for subsequent models like the 2024 Blazer. This means that features like an eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat come standard on every trim, even the base—and if you buy the 3LT, RS, or Premier, the co-pilot seat will be six-way power-adjustable. More sophisticated features that come standard include premium cloth and heated seats.

    Every 2024 Blazer comes with a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come standard across the board; these tools are approachable for newcomers and bolster the capabilities of your infotainment center. Speaking of, the 2024 Blazer uses the same 10.2-inch infotainment touchscreen as the 2023 model, which was positively received by fans and critics over the 8.0-inch screen from years prior. Because the 2LT is the base trim, that also means a wireless charging pad is available; should you purchase the RS or Premier, this comes standard.

    The 2024 Blazer also organizes a myriad of safety features, including one new Chevy staple: Teen Driver mode. This tech allows parents to limit speed and volume limits while their child is driving, supervise their travels via GPS, and produce a detailed report card after each drive. And if you don’t have a teenage driver in the family, the 2024 Blazer will still blow your mind with savvy safety features that benefit everyone, thanks to the Chevy Safety Assist suite of driver assistance features.

    This wonderful assemblage of features—crafted by Chevy’s engineers for Chevy Safety Assist—gives every 2024 Blazer Automatic Emergency Braking, while Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking is available on every trim. Chevy Safety Assist also includes Front Pedestrian Braking, Forward Collision Alert, Lane Keep Assist, Lane Departure Warning, LED Daytime Running Lamps, and an HD Surround Vision camera that comes standard on every trim. The 2LT can be equipped with extra leading-edge safety technology like Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, but these features all come standard on the 3LT, RS, and Premier.

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