2020 Chevy Blazer Will Have an Auto Stop-Start Override, Among Other Updates
If you’re a fan of the 2019 Blazer but dislike that there’s no way to turn off the automatic stop-start system, you’re not alone. That complaint is one of the most common criticisms that the model has received this year.
It turns out that Chevrolet has been listening to this feedback, as the company will release a stop-start system override engine control on the 2020 version of the Blazer. That’s good news for drivers who want to occasionally channel this SUV’s potency rather than its efficiency.
Bold and Vivacious: Meet the 2019 Chevy Blazer
Per GM Authority’s Alex Luft, the 2020 version of the Blazer will also boast a few other new offerings to satisfy consumers. Chevy will add the option of a new turbocharged 2.0-liter LSY four-cylinder engine to the model’s available powertrains. The 2020 Blazer will also include some package-level changes, and be available in three new exterior colors.
Though, we’ll have to wait a bit longer to get the details on these extra upgrades, since Chevy has yet to disclose them. Per Alex Bernstein with CarsDirect.com, some sources estimate the model will have a release date of late September 2019. So, the brand should be revealing more details very soon.
Rumors of Redline
Additionally, the 2020 Blazer will also offer Chevy’s popular Redline Package, as GM Authority’s Jonathan Lopez reported. This offering will make the model even more fashionably edgy than it already is, incorporating elements such as the following: black front and rear Bow Tie badging, a black grille treatment, Redline decals, and 20-inch aluminum wheels in Gloss Black with red trim accents.
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