Chevy has announced that its popular Blazer SUV will be getting big changes for the 2023 model year, including new styling, new technologies, and additional safety features. Take a look!
The Blazer is already one of the most stylish SUVs on the road, and it’s about to get even better. For 2023, it will have a new grille design, new LED daytime running lamps, new tail lamps, and new available exterior colors. It will also get new 18-, 20-, and 21-inch wheels. Additionally, the Blazer RS will be offered with a Nightshift Blue interior that really stands out.
The refreshed 2023 Blazer SUV is getting more connectivity and infotainment technologies than ever. Wireless charging will be standard at the RS and Premier trim levels, and available at all other trim levels. And to top it off, the high-tech 10-inch touch-screen display will be standard on all models as well.
For 2023, the advanced Chevy Safety Assist package will be standard across the Blazer lineup, featuring technologies like automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, automatic high beams, and lane-keeping assistance. Adaptive cruise control availability will also be expanded to the Blazer 2LT and 3LT.
While Chevrolet has a reputation for its American-made cars, it’s also known for giving back to those who help make America the great nation that it is today. To this end, it recently auctioned off the first retail 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 70th Anniversary Edition at Barrett-Jackson.
Proceeds from the sale of this Corvette went directly to Operation Homefront, a nonprofit that supports American military families. This organization strengthens and assists those that serve our country in a variety of ways. This includes connecting wounded vets with rent-free transitional housing to helping military families in need pay for housing, utilities, and food.
President and CEO of Operation Homefront expressed gratitude for the $3.6M donation. “The proceeds […] will go a long way to helping us help our military families overcome their financial hardships and have the opportunity to thrive in the communities […] they’ve worked so hard to protect.”
This recent auction is just the latest way that Chevrolet is continuing its legacy of sponsoring Operation Homefront. In the past, the automaker has supported the organization financially and donated seven Silverado trucks to the nonprofit.
Stay tuned to our blog for more news on Chevy’s charitable endeavors. And be sure to stop by Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet to take one of our Corvette models for a spin.
Initially available in Work Truck and RST trims, the Silverado EV will boast up to 400 miles of range on GM’s new Ultium Platform, giving you more freedom to go anywhere. When it’s connected to a DC fast charger, the Silverado EV can recoup 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes.
It’s built to perform
The Silverado EV’s WT trim will deliver up to 510 horsepower and 615 lb-ft of torque, plus 8,000 pounds of max towing. The RST will be mightier still, generating 664 horsepower and 780 lb-ft of torque. Options like four-wheel steering, e4WD, and an adaptive air suspension add an extra level of performance. And with up to 10.2kW of power for a worksite or a home, the Silverado EV is super-capable even when standing still.
It’s a masterpiece of tech and design
Aerodynamically optimized styling, a front eTrunk, and a versatile Multi-Flex Midgate pass-through are just a few of the highlights you’ll notice when you first see the Silverado EV. Inside, the truck boasts a spacious cabin design and available features like a 17-inch display and Super Cruise hands-free driving tech.
We’ll have much more to share about the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV in the coming months. To find out how you can place a reservation for your very own Silverado EV, contact our team at Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet in Fort Worth, Texas.
The 2021 Editor’s Choice list of best new vehicles from Car and Driver named four Chevy vehicles, including the spacious Suburban SUV, the powerful Tahoe SUV, the stylish Camaro ZL1 sports car, and the classic Chevy Corvette muscle car.
The 2021 Chevy Tahoe and the 2021 Suburban are both big family SUVs, and Car and Driver cited both as top picks in the large SUV category. Car and Driver was impressed with the Tahoe’s towing capacity, up to 8,400 pounds, as well as its quiet cabin.
The Tahoe is equipped with a ton of smart features parents will love, like the available Power Sliding Center Console for extra storage, and a Rear Seat Media System that keeps your kids entertained no matter how long the journey.
The massive size of the Suburban, particularly its 144.7 cubic feet of cargo space, is its most standout feature, but Car and Driver also noted its agile performance that’s comparable to smaller SUVs. The Suburban offers a V8 engine with 420 horsepower that lets it easily carry your cargo.
If you’re worried about driving such a big vehicle, the Suburban offers up to nine available camera views, so you can see directly in front, behind, and even overhead. Car and Driver isn’t the only publication to recognize the 2021 Suburban, either: U.S. News & World Report named it the Best Large SUV for Families.
To get behind the wheel of any of these Chevy vehicles, feel free to contact our team or visit us at Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Equinox is a sporty SUV that’s perfect for families in Fort Worth, Texas. Chevrolet recently announced it will introduce the updated 2022 Equinox, which comes with several new features. But how will it be different from the current 2020 Equinox? Here’s a brief comparison of the two models.
The 2020 model is a small SUV, with seating for five people, nearly 64 cubic feet of total cargo space, an average 31 mpg on the highway, and up to 3,500 pounds in maximum towing power.* In short, the current model year is perfect for small families who want an affordable, efficient ride.
The major Equinox changes will be the updated look and options. It flaunts a redesigned front and rear fascia, new LED lighting, and a more aggressive grille. This SUV will also have let you choose between a 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter turbocharged engine and a six-speed or nine-speed transmission, so it achieves marginally better performance.
The 2022 model will also have an all-new Equinox RS trim, a sporty version with black accents, red stitching, and special badging. This new Equinox will be great for buyers who want to customize their vehicle by selecting from a wider array of options.
From the design to the powertrain, the 2022 model year is redefining the segment. But if you’re interested in the 2020 Equinox before it’s gone, you can find it here for a great deal at Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet.
*EPA-estimated 26 MPG city/31 highway with 1.5L engine (FWD)