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Blazing a New Path

Chevy produced a full sized SUV based on its full size pickup truck starting in 1969.  This was known as the K5 Blazer, and Chevy kept producing it until 1991 when it was replaced by the Tahoe. In the early 1980s, though, Chevy saw an emerging market for smaller SUVs.  The company decided to build an SUV on the platform of its small pickup truck, the S10.  Released in 1983, this became the S10 Blazer. 

At first, the S10 Blazer was only available with two doors.  A 2.0L inline four cylinder engine was standard — except in California where Chevy used an Isuzu 1.9L to meet emissions standards while a 2.8L V6 was optional.  Early models were available with rear-wheel drive or manual four-wheel drive.  The interior had front bucket seats and a rear bench seat that could fold down to increase the cargo space.  Although the initial offerings were fairly Spartan, Chevy worked to improve the Blazer. 

In 1985, the 1.9L and 2.0L engines were replaced by a 2.5L I4.  The Jeep Cherokee, one of the Blazer’s main competitors, replaced its 2.8L V6 with a 4.0L inline six.  Not to be outdone, Chevy introduced a 4.3L V6 for the Blazer in 1988.  This finally gave the Blazer speed that reviewers at publications like Edmunds appreciated.  In 1991, Chevy introduced a four door version of the Blazer, which was about 6 inches longer than the two-door version.  In 1992, the Blazer got four-wheel anti-lock brakes.  The front seats were also redesigned for that year. 

The Second Generation Blazer

In 1995, Chevy introduced the second generation of the mid-sized Blazer.  With the K5 Blazer no longer in production, Chevy dropped S10 from the name and simply called the new generation the Blazer, although it continued to be built on Chevy’s small truck platform.  The new Blazer featured rounder exterior styling and more storage space to make it more appealing to families.  It also made the 4.3L V6 the only available engine for the model.  Manual 4WD was available from 1995 to 1997, and push-button 4WD was available from 1995 to 2005, when the Blazer was discontinued.   

In its first year, the second generation blazer won both Motor Trend’s and Playboy’s Truck of the Year awards.  Reviewers noted the Blazer’s relative quickness for an SUV and stable handling.  Unfortunately, the Blazer didn’t fare well in crash testing.  To enhance safety, Chevy added passenger airbags in 1998.  Chevy also introduced several special editions over the model’s lifespan.  The ZR2 off-road package, already available on the S10 pickup, was introduced for the Blazer in 1996.  It featured raised suspension, a wide frame, and a sturdier rear axle, among other improvements.  It was only available on two-door Blazers. 

In 1999, the company introduced an appearance package called the TrailBlazer with gold trim and two-tone leather.  The TrailBlazer continued as a trim level until 2002 when it was spun off as its own model.  The TrailBlazer was followed by the Blazer Xtreme, a lowered “sportier” edition with tinted windows and “deep dish” wheels. The Blazer Xtreme was available from 2001 until 2004.  The Blazer was eventually phased out in 2005.  That year only two-door models were sold to the public, although some four-door models were sold to rental fleets.  

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