We recently shared the first real-world pictures of the 2019 Blazer, and for the most part the vehicle was praised for its unique, menacingly aggressive and sleek looks. Aside from not being a body-on-frame SUV, one consistently-touted caveat about the new Blazer has been the omission of LED headlights.
Given that the 2019 Blazer is an all-new product, one would it expect it to have the latest technology. While the Blazer does make use of LED lights for the Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) in the squinty top lights, the heavy lifting for forward lighting duty is still done by standard projector beam HID lights in the cluster below.
By comparison, some of Chevy’s direct rivals in the non-luxury space offer full-LED forward lighting clusters as an option. For instance, the Honda Civic and Accord both offer full-LED headlights, despite both models having lower starting price points than the 2019 Blazer.
And that brings us to today’s question du jour: is Chevy making a mistake to not offer a full-LED headlight option in the all-new 2019 Blazer? Vote in the poll and share your thoughts in the comments.
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