2019 Chevrolet Blazer RS vs 2019 Chevrolet Blazer Premier

You disliked this video. Thanks for the feedback!

Added by Fayt
13 Views
2019 Chevrolet Blazer RS vs 2019 Chevrolet Blazer Premier https://goo.gl/cyVqoM

The new standard in design
The latest member of the Chevrolet crossover family will arrive with bold, sophisticated styling inside and out. RS and Premier features a standard 3.6L V6 engine, making it the perfect two-row midsize SUV to fuel all of your journeys, from daily commute to night on the town. Available early 2019.
There’s no denying it has a presence. Blazer features three distinct personalities – each a unique take on this modern classic. With a range of interior and exterior options, there’s sure to be a Blazer that matches your personal style.
Luxurious and elegantly styled, Blazer Premier is an SUV that lives up to its name. With chrome accents inside and out as well as premium leather-appointed and sueded microfiber seating surfaces, Premier is as beautiful as it is capable.
Attitude on arrival
We put ultra-thin LED daytime running lamps above the headlights for a uniquely aggressive look, any time of day. Blazer is the midsize SUV you’ll have to see to believe.
A Chevrolet first, this available sturdy floor-mounted rail system helps keep your cargo secure as you move from point A to B. The available Flexible Cargo Partition and Horizontal Cargo Net can help prevent items like groceries, gardening tools or golf equipment from shifting.
You’ll fall in love from the first press of the throttle with the 3.6L V6 engine that’s available on Blazer and standard on RS and Premier trims. With 305 horsepower, it’s fun to drive and can tow up to 4,500 lbs.† Plus, the 9-speed automatic transmission offers smooth shifts and the fuel economy† you need.
All-wheel drive, available on all Blazer 3.6L V6 models, gives you added confidence in a variety of conditions. RS and Premier trims offer the Advanced AWD system that’s Chevrolet crossovers most sophisticated. This system helps further improve driver control by independently directing torque through a twin-clutch rear-axle design to the rear wheel with the best traction in poor road conditions. This helps give you more control as well as a confident feeling behind the wheel.
Category
Car Tech

Post your comment

Sign in or sign up to post comments.

Comments

Be the first to comment