Even though the Chevrolet Blazer has been back on the market for some years, many people are
still unclear about the target market for this mid-size SUV.
It costs $50,000 yet is priced like a high-end crossover and doesn't provide the promised level of luxury
Despite being designed to resemble the Camaro, it doesn't perform as well as it should.
Additionally, it's not the body-on-frame off-road vehicle that many expected when Chevy announced the rebirth of the Blazer.
Despite these reservations, sales of the Blazer have been steadily increasing over the last several years, and an electric version, the Blazer EV, is about to be released.
The binnacle of the gauge cluster, the style of the air vents, and the row of HVAC controls that run across the dash all seem to have been directly stolen from a Camaro
Comparing the Kia Telluride to other SUVs of a comparable price, the material mix is likewise lacking.