We’ve found no official announcement from the carmaker, but GM Authority exclusively reported that the new 2023 Chevrolet Blazer would be revealed on February 8, 2022. We’ll find out tomorrow.
The manufacturer has refreshed the Chevrolet Blazer for the 2023 model year. Its market launch takes place this year: the SUV should go into production sometime in July at the Ramos Arizpe plant of General Motors in Mexico, and its debut is expected tomorrow, according to insider information of GM Authority.
In addition, Chevy confirmed last month at the CES 2022 that the Blazer EV, an all-electric version, will come in spring 2023.
Let’s recall what we know about the next Blazer
The upcoming Blazer will have an evolutionary exterior including a revised front fascia, new taillights, and exhaust treatment. Inside, it will use higher quality materials, a bigger infotainment display.
The engine choices will remain the same: a 2.0-liter 228-hp turbo-four LSY with 258 lb-ft of torque, and a 3.6-liter six-cylinder naturally aspirated LGX engine that makes 308 hp and 270 lb-ft. Both mated to a 9-speed AT.
The 2023 model will offer 2LT, 3LT, RS, Premier trim levels, and likely a new Activ for the outdoor lifestyle. Expect the base price to be slightly more than the current 2022 Blazer’s $34,595 MSRP (excludes tax, title, license, dealer fees, and options).
In the U.S. model range of the brand, the Chevy Blazer can be called a strong middling in terms of sales: 70,323 vehicles were sold last year – not as many as the Silverados and Equinoxes, but still solid.