Although there are plenty of crossovers, there aren't nearly enough crossover names, it seems.
So, the Blazer, which Chevy placed between the Equinox and Traverse earlier this year in their phalanx
of utes, is back. Naturally, we've already gone down that path by comparing the torque-vectoring
all-wheel-drive Blazer RS with its most direct competitors.
Due to an almost $51,000 asking price, it vehicle avoided the extreme end of the middleweight category.
The Blazer RS finished third out of five vehicles despite being fully equipped and fun to drive.
This was due to the Blazer RS's price and packaging.
This month, the Blazer, which sells in large quantities, is connected to our testing apparatus.