2023 Chevrolet Blazer–For the 2023 model year, there will be a small update to the Chevrolet Blazer. The 2-row midsize SUV will receive a revised front fascia, a better infotainment system, and other upgrades this year including wireless charging, slimmer headlamps, and more, as was previously anticipated based on spy photographs.
2023 Chevrolet Blazer Exterior
The redesigned Blazer’s front end has a sharper appearance similar to that of the updated 2022 Equinox. Whether you choose the LT, RS, or Premier grades, the SUV has a more premium appearance than before thanks to a redesigned grille design and new LED headlamps and taillamps.
2023 Chevrolet Blazer Interior
The infotainment system inside the 2023 Blazer will get a new 10-inch touchscreen. The Blazer RS and Premier will come standard with wireless charging, while higher-end LT models can also get it. With a suitable data package, 4G LTE WiFi is accessible, much like other GM SUVs.
2023 Chevrolet Blazer Engine
The 2023 Blazer’s engine options are still the 2.0T 4-cylinder engine with 228 horsepower or the 3.6L naturally aspirated V6 with 308 horsepower. The Blazer LT and Premier come standard with the turbo. The V6 is optional on higher-specified LT vehicles and the Premier trim, while it comes standard on the Blazer RS.
2023 Chevrolet Blazer Price & Release date
Chevy will start taking orders for the 2023 Blazer in early June, and manufacturing will start in early August, according to a fleet production bulletin. Pricing for the 2023 Chevy Blazer has not yet been disclosed. The starting MSRP for the current Blazer is $34,595 with destination, which is $7,600 more expensive than the Chevy Equinox. We might anticipate a little price hike if the model receives simply a few minor changes. When the standard L trim was dropped a year ago, the Blazer’s starting price increased. In the future, the introduction of an all-electric Blazer EV for 2024 will be the most interesting development. GM will offer the crossover along with the first-ever Equinox EV in 2024, even though complete features and pricing have not yet been made public.
Two-row SUV rivals of the Chevy Blazer include the Nissan Murano, Ford Edge, and Hyundai Santa Fe.