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Chevrolet's mid-size SUV started off in 1982 as the S-10 Blazer. Initially it was only available as a 2-door with 2-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive.


The S-10 Blazer was positioned in the middle of the compact sport/utility market, and competed against its GMC twin, the S-15 Jimmy, as well as the Ford Explorer and the Jeep Cherokee.

Year-to-year changesEdit

1991Edit

As of this model year, the S-10 Blazer was now available in both 2-door and 4-door body styles, both with 2-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive.

1993Edit

As of this model year, the base engine was a 165-hp 4.3-liter, while a 200-hp Enhanced version of the same engine was optional.

1995Edit

With an all-new, more contemporary and aerodynamic body that featured double-sealed doors and a larger swept-back windshield to reduce wind noise, the 1995 Chevy Blazer got its first complete overhaul since its 1983 introduction. The new compact sport/utility had a roomier interior with new seats and a new instrument panel. Also new this year was a revamped suspension designed to improve handling both on and off the road. A standard driver's-side airbag and a repositioned underbody-mounted spare tire (on 4-door models only) were also new additions to the line. An optional full-time all-wheel-drive system was made available on later selected 1995 4-door models. The Blazer was available in three trim levels: base, LS and LT (available on 4-door models only). The only available engine was a 4.3-liter ohv V6 now rated at 195 hp. The standard transmission was a 4-speed automatic overdrive. Later in the year, an optional 5-speed manual was offered on 2-door models only.  Shift-on-the-fly 4wd operation was via a standard 2-speed manual-shift transfer case or an optional electrically shifted transfer case.

Retail pricesEdit

2DR Sport UtilityEdit

Model year Drive List price Destination charge Effective date
1995 4x2 $18,145 $485 July 1, 1994
1995 4x4 $19,905 $485 July 1, 1994
1995 4x2 $18,470 $485 January 1, 1995
1995 4x4 $20,230 $485 January 1, 1995
1996 4x2 $19,444 $490 September 4, 1995
1996 4x4 $21,204 $490 September 4, 1995
1997 4x2 $20,516 $515 July 27, 1997
1997 4x4 $22,241 $515 July 27, 1997

4DR Sport UtilityEdit

Model year Drive List price Destination charge Effective date
1995 4x2 $19,851 $485 July 1, 1994
1995 4x4 $21,953 $485 July 1, 1994
1995 4x2 $20,176 $485 January 1, 1995
1995 4x4 $22,278 $485 January 1, 1995
1996 4x2 $21,150 $490 September 4, 1995
1996 4x4 $23,252 $490 September 4, 1995
1997 4x2 $22,041 $515 July 27, 1997
1997 4x4 $24,241 $515 July 27, 1997

GalleryEdit

Video ClipsEdit

Chevrolet Blazer 4DR SUV 1995

Chevrolet Blazer 4DR SUV 1995

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