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News Chevrolet Blazer Gets New Interior, More Tech for 2023

Chevrolet Blazer Gets New Interior, More Tech for 2023

Blazer's upgrades include new blue interior

  • 2023 Blazer gets mild refresh

  • Wireless charging now available on all models


The Chevrolet Blazer is getting a refresh for 2023 that includes a new screen, new nose, and LED lights. The fashion-forward crossover will also get a new blue interior for RS trim vehicles.

Chevrolet launched the return of the Blazer for the 2019 model year, not to be confused with the smaller Trailblazer that came a year later. The new Chevy Blazer is highly Camaro-inspired, including the nose and interior styling.

For 2023, that styling is refreshed with a slightly more aggressive grille design. The grille is flanked by new and even thinner LED headlights as well as LED running lights. The tails get a new halo look as well. Finishing up the styling upgrades are new wheels in 18, 20, and 21-inch sizes.

Inside, Chevrolet has fitted a larger 10.0-inch touchscreen and made wireless charging standard on RS and Premier, optional on LT trims. Adaptive cruise control is also not available on LT trim vehicles, with a standard safety pack including emergency braking, following distance indicator, forward collision alert, and more.

Chevy didn’t give us a photo of it, but a Nightshift Blue interior is now available on RS trim models, helping add some colour to the car.

Engine options are unchanged, with a 228 hp 2.0L turbo-four standard and a 308 hp 3.6L V6 available. Both get a nine-speed automatic. No word on when they’ll arrive at dealers.

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