Since GM launched the Chevy Blazer for the 2019 model year, the midsize crossover has been offered with one color for the body and the same color for the roof. But GM will offer a two-tone color scheme on the Chevy Blazer in the 2022 model year.
|2LT Midnight/Sport Edition||2LT Redline Edition||RS||Premier|
|Blue Glow Metallic||A||-||-||-|
|Cayenne Orange Metallic||A||-||-||-|
|Cherry Red Tintcoat||-||-||A||-|
|Iridescent Pearl Tricoat||A||-||R||-|
|Iron Gray Metallic||A||-||-||-|
|Nitro Yellow Metallic||-||-||R||-|
|Silver Ice Metallic||A||A||A||-|
- A = Available
- R = Required
- – = Not Available
For the Chevy Blazer Midnight/Sport Edition models in the 2LT trim level (the new base level, following the discontinuation of L and 1LT), the black roof option will be available with the following exterior colors:
- Iridescent Pearl Tintcoat (G1W)
- Silver Ice Metallic (GAN)
- Blue Glow Metallic (GHT)
- Iron Gray Metallic (GIV)
- Cayenne Orange Metallic (GLL)
Meanwhile, the 2LT Redline Edition will be capable of optioning the Black roof option only if the vehicle is painted in Silver Ice Metallic.
Two-tone versions of the Chevy Blazer RS will be possible when the vehicle is finished in any of the following three exterior colors:
- Red Hot (G7C)
- Silver Ice Metallic (GAN)
- Cherry Red Tintcoat (GSK)
In some cases, the two-tone color scheme will be required on the RS trim level. For instance, the Black roof will have to be ordered when the Chevy Blazer is painted in either Iridescent Pearl Tricoat (G1W) or Nitro Yellow Metallic (GCP).
Finally, the Chevy Blazer Premier will not offer the Black roof option regardless of exterior color.
For anyone puzzled by the mention of Blue Glow Metallic and Nitro Yellow Metallic, these two colors have not been available for the Chevy Blazer in the past, but are being added for the 2022 model year.
Other changes for 2022 Blazer include refreshed exterior details for the Premier trim. The elimination of the L and 1LT trim levels will result in Chevy Safety Assist package being standard on all trim levels. Two engines will be available: the turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY gasoline unit, rated at 227 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, and the naturally aspirated 3.6L LGX V6 motor, which produces 308 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. The atmospheric 2.5L I4 LCV is being removed from the line-up along with the deleted trim levels.
It’s worth noting that the introduction of the two-tone color option on the 2022 Chevy Blazer follows in the footsteps of its smaller brother, the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer, which is positioned two size segments below the Blazer. Regardless, GM styled the Trailblazer like a “mini Blazer” of sorts, and the vehicle has briskly risen the sales ranks – becoming the second-best-selling model in its segment in the United States. Much of that commercial success is the result of the Trailblazer’s youthful and athletic exterior design, aided by the two-tone roof option.