Originally introduced in 2018 as a 2019 model-year vehicle, the Chevy Blazer has posted solid sales figures over the past few years, indicating that it’s been well-received by the public. Now, the Bow Tie brand’s midsize crossover has been recognized with an award as a high-value proposition for owners.
In the Strategic Vision’s 2023 Total Quality Impact measure, the Chevy Blazer was named the winner in the midsize crossover category. This indicates that owners of the Blazer feel as though they get a great deal of value for their vehicle.
“The domestics, especially GM, have made significant improvements in their vehicle experiences by increasing perceived quality,” Strategic Vision Senior Vice President Christoper Chaney claimed. The Chevrolet Blazer, for example, not only has the fewest incidences of problems, but also provides strong exterior styling and driving performance resulting in the most fun-to-drive vehicle that they can trust in its segment. Of course, other GM vehicles performed similarly, especially the Yukon which also led by delivering Excitement, Fun, Individuality and Trust. This is the right combination, giving GM owners of these vehicles the highest sense of quality.”
“Most vehicles sold today do not have the problems of things breaking the way they did decades ago,” Strategic Vision President Alexander Edwards stated. “So instead, customers equate quality to all of the ‘things-gone-right’ in their vehicles which include other experiences such as dealership treatment and the overall Value the customer believes they are receiving. HMC vehicles not only delivered fewer problems, and strong quality in areas of seat comfort, power and pickup and safety-related driver-assist features, but when combined with their warranty, price point and delivered features, inspired consumers to report the feeling that their vehicles are ‘second-to-none.'”