2022 Chevy Blazer


The beloved new Blazer is back again with improvements to the engine, body style, and interior. The 2022 Chevy Blazer’s intimidating design deems it a mid-size SUV with muscle. With a turbocharged engine as the baseline and AWD capabilities, the Blazer is fitting for urban and offroad terrain.


There are four models with incremental price increases. The starting value for each model is as follows:

  • The 2LT: $33,400
  • 3LT: $37,600
  • RS: $42,595
  • Premier: $41,000

The price increase accounts for aesthetic, technical, and mechanical features. These include wheels, emblems, infotainment systems, towing packages, engine power, and more.


The fuel tank can hold 19.4 gallons. The 2LT, 3LT, and Premier get 22.0 MPG in a city and 29.0 MPG on a highway.

The RS gets 19.0 MPG in a city and 27.0 MPG on a highway.

Pros and Cons

Let’s review the benefits and downfalls of the 2022 Chevy Blazer.


  • Drives well
  • Good fuel efficiency
  • 8-inch infotainment display
  • Towing capacity of 4,500 with V-6 engine


  • Limited cargo space
  • High cost for a mid-size SUV
  • Limited safety features

Safety Features

The Blazer comes with many advanced safety features. These include seven airbags, a rear vision camera, and rear park assist. All models are also equipped with a following distance indicator and lane keep assist plus departure warning.

The 2022 Chevy Blazer also has automatic emergency braking and forward collision alert. Additionally, there are features to monitor your tire pressure and fill.


The sleek new look is not the only reason we’re calling the 2022 Blazer the mid-sized SUV with muscle. With the option of either a 2.0L Turbo 4-cylinder engine or 3.6L V6 engine, the blazer accelerates with ease, turns smoothly, and reacts without a hitch.

The Blazer is equipped with a variable brake system with power assist technology to improve the efficiency of the brakes. Additionally, the mid-sized SUV features a responsive steering system with a turning radius of 38.7 feet.

Interior & Comfort

The interior of the Blazer includes 5-passenger seating, a locking glove box, carpeted floor mats, child locks, and more.

The Blazer comes with four cupholders, interior lighting, and rear air vents.

The four models have the same cargo space. With the second row up, the Blazer has 30.50ft3 of cargo space . With the second row down, the SUV has 64.20ft3 of cargo space.

Technology & Infotainment

The Blazer has Teen Driver features, which help your teen learn good driving behavior. It can keep them from accessing different features and gives you information on their driving habits.

The Blazer has cameras that will give you an overhead image of the area that surrounds the crossover. This feature is only available in the 3LT, the RS, and the Premier.

A 120-volt power outlet is standard on the RS and Premier while not available on the 2LT. Each model has a 6-speaker audio system and USB ports for charging your devices.

The rear vision camera helps with the rear park assist feature, which is standard on the 3LT, Rs, and Premier, but available on the 2LT.

You can get a remote start on any model, but it is standard with 3LT, RS, and Premier.


Consumer reviews report that the Blazer drives well and responds efficiently in emergency situations. Customers are especially impressed by the acceleration speed and smoothness of the vehicle. Some reviewers find the Blazer is loud at idle and does not have sufficient cargo space.

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