Chevy Blazer Rendered As Rugged, Off-Road Ford Bronco Fighter


The Chevy Blazer that’s on sale today, reintroduced after a 25-year hiatus for the 2019 model year, isn’t a rugged off-roader like it’s predecessors. The boxy, body-on-frame Blazer is long gone, replaced by an angular-looking, Camaro-like comfortable family crossover. With the Ford Bronco back, though, and embracing its past, we thought we’d give the Blazer a makeover that’d turn it into a proper Bronco competitor.

It isn’t easy to distance the model from its sharp-edged appearance. The thin-slit daytime running lights remain tucked under the hood, but the rest of the front fascia features a thorough reworking. The Blazer’s face is shorter, too, providing more ground clearance than before. The front is also stubbier with a smaller grille and a copious amount of cladding, which also wraps around the wheel arches. There are two tow hooks,…

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