Here Is The Refreshed 2023 Chevy Blazer104
General Motors has pulled the veil off the refreshed 2023 Chevy Blazer, which arrives with revised front and rear fascias, different LED headlights and taillights and a new infotainment display.
The most apparent changes applied to the 2023 Chevy Blazer have happened outside, where the mid-size crossover has received a restyled front bumper with different LED headlights and daytime running lights and a revised grille design. Customers will also be able to choose from new 18-inch, 20-inch and 21-inch wheel designs and five new exterior colors, including Fountain Blue, Sterling Gray Metallic, Copper Bronze Metallic and Radiant Red Tintcoat.
Inside, the 2023 Chevy Blazer features an all-new 10-inch diagonal infotainment screen, which is standard across all trim levels. A new wireless charging pad is also now available as an option across all trim levels and will come standard on the well-equipped RS and Premier. A new Nightshift Blue interior is now offered on RS trim levels, as well, which we imagine will appear similar to the Nightshift Blue interior offered on the refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500.
Chevy has also made some minor changes with regard to the Blazer’s active safety tech. From the 2023 model year, Adaptive Cruise Control availability will be expanded to the 2LT and 3LT trim levels. The Chevy Safety Assist package is also now standard, which brings popular safety tech such as Automatic Emergency Braking, Following Distance Indicator, Forward Collision Alert, Front Pedestrian Braking, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning and IntelliBeam automatic high beams.
GM’s turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY gasoline engine is standard in the 2023 Blazer 2LT, 3LT and Premier, producing 228 horsepower and 247 pound-feet of torque. The naturally aspirated 3.6L V6 LGX gasoline engine, meanwhile, is standard in the RS trim level only and available as an option in the 3LT and Premier. The LGX V6 is rated at 308 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. Both of these engines come paired with the GM nine-speed automatic transmission with front-wheel-drive standard and all-wheel-drive available for a price premium.
Production of the 2023 Chevy Blazer will continue to take place at the GM Ramos Arizpe plant in Mexico. Pricing for the refreshed 2023 Chevy Blazer is expected to be similar to that of the 2022 model year, starting just shy of $30,000. As GM Authority reported previously, the entry-level Blazer L and LT trims will no longer be offered from the 2023MY onward.
Look for the 2023 Chevy Blazer to begin arriving at dealers in the U.S. later this year.
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But ugh I might poi point out yer-ah when I went to dearborn driving that ughhh ya know ugh was up there I don’t know man it ughhhh I think the press thought I was crazy I enjoyed it so much growing up and ughhh your new ev factory in ughhh and that that hummer
I’m sorry, what are you trying to say?
Something profound and, you know, edgy. He’s auditioning to write for Road & Track, or Car & Driver.
When are we going to get our 23 Chevy blazer AWD, with heated front seats and lift gate. Plus which much it it going to cost us?
Beautiful car, but as exciting as a Prius.
Another fwd proportioned bs.
The changes don’t look forced for the most part, which I like and what seem to happen with many minor MCE. The front is tasteful. The interior changes keep it competitive. The taillights……are different.
I think it looks really good. I think it’s unfortunate this car gets so much hate because of the name, otherwise it’s a nice car.
That being said I’m glad they didn’t screw it up. I know this is unpopular to say on a forum like this but I always think GM ruins the design with their refreshes. An example that comes to mind is the GMC Acadia and Terrain. In my opinion they looked more modern and more clean pre-facelifts.
Breaking news: Yet one more SUV sporting a giant (ugly) screen jetting from the dash. No thanks.
Cadillac needs to revamp the CT4/CT5/XT6 infotainment display. It’s sad how similar it looks to the Mexican coke can car we call the blazer.
They made it look even more feminine
GMGuy – Poster boy for fragile masculinity
It looks ok but so similar Equinox just seems redundant.
Different size classes, price categories and demographic, this is far from redundant.
I’ve always liked the blazer and I don’t really see that much change but it still looks good to me.
It looks like they got rid of that weird chrome piece on the front that looked so out of place.
This is much better.
I see it now that you pointed it out, I had to look at pix side by side you are right.
That was the first thing I checked for!
It always looked so dumb to me, from the first time I saw one on the road.
Yea it just seemed out of place. I’m glad this refresh wasn’t a complete makeover though like some. I do like chrome but it has to be done right and that chrome piece was not done right lol.
Where’s the difference?
What did it look like before?
Ford got a cool Bronco with tons of buzz and expanding brand appeal, Chevrolet fans got this turd.
The refreshed blazer is gorgeous and muscular. Just like teh current version. LOOK!! 0-60 in 6.1 Camaro SS ZL1 upscaled interior. WIN WIN. Certain new Broncos have a ton of problems. Boxy. ZZZZZZ
Lots of comments from people who have probably never even sat in one. Wife has a 2019 Blazer-Premier (6-cyl). She picked it OVER the Cadillac and Mercedes equals because of the way it drives (power, handling, etc.). Hate to admit, we have left my Yukon Denali at home on vacations due to it feel superior in everything except ride. Also, will do nearly 30-MPG highway at 74 (with adaptive cruise on). Strongly recommend taking the time to drive one of these.
I did, the RS version was amazing to drive. Rode excellent, handled amazing. I really love the aggressive sporty look of it. I’m so glad GM didn’t give the public another lifted, “SO CALLED” off-road vehicle, that will never truly go off-road. They have too many in the truck line-up already
Nice looking vehicle at least gm gives u a engine option in different trim levels the refresh is easy on the eyes like that there is a few wheel options was looking at the gmc refresh Terrain Denali but no 2.0 engine still getting the v6 engine in the 2023 refresh blazer I think have to choose this as my new purchase later this year when they come out
Wow!!!!! Soooo much politics on the subject of one ugly Crossover! The article was about the New Blazer. You guys need to keep on track. This thing is a disgrace to the name “BLAZER” I had one ot the first production Blazers in 1970. This new one coudn’t carry the spare tire for the original. How GM came to call this thing a Blazer, is nuts. They need to get back to making “real trucks” an option, now. Maybe their sales would more than double. By real, I mean solid axles front and rear, a NP 205 gear drive transfer case and Turbo 400 Tranny. And some engines that don’t come apart because some one designed some crazy AFM or worse. Just a great solid truck again. Ever wonder why Ram & Ford keep selling their solid axle trucks? They are REAL. GM needs to wake up and soon. EV trucks are a LONG way off yet. The power grid can’y handle the very day pull, how is it going to carry all the EV’s?
Rams and Fords don’t have solid front axles anymore. That alone shows how ignorant your comment is. I could go into everything else, but I have more important things to do, that was just an easy one to pick apart your comment.
A lot of older people (and there are quite a few on here) want things the way they used to be. You’ll often see them making statements about cars that are decades out of date, like solid axle trucks or complaining about the Dodge Ram.
When they see the name Blazer on a modern car, they get irritated because it isn’t anything like that old vehicle. I sort of understand. I really wanted the Blazer to be more like the new Bronco too, but really the Blazer is just another modern SUV.
I don’t think anyone would have much to say if they’d have called it something else.
Racing Jake. The 1/2 tons have IFS, the 3/4 &1 tons DO have solid axles. They just have coils spring frontends. Calling me ignorant is like you looking in a mirror. This forum is getting way too personal. It is supposed to be apace for opinions not despairing remarks to each other.
Shhh……Heres a secret…..if you want a full size Blazer…Chevrolet makes this thing called a “Tahoe”, its very hush hush, it only dominates like 75-80% of full size SUV sales…..don’t tell anyone ok? It’ll be our little secret…..
Don’t forget it’s 180 hp 4bbl carb 5.0 engine, bad fit/finish, glass packs and git-r-done appearance package….
Watch out it’s not 10pm yet covid is still active right now.
I think it’s a nice car but won’t by one as long as it is made in Mexico. I will stick with GM’s other US made vehicles.
Those are some weird looking wheels