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Chevrolet Blazer

The Chevrolet Blazer is a big, brawny, truck-style, two-door SUV. The Blazer has been around for decades and has stayed a favorite midsize option for many people. This car is a good choice if you need good road handling and want to ride above other vehicles on the road. If you are researching the Chevrolet Blazer, CARFAX provides information like price, features, ratings, and proprietary data speaking to specific vehicle histories. 

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Used Chevrolet Blazer: In Depth


2001 Chevrolet Blazer
it only had 100K on the miles for the price and it didnt have any accidents, Carfax told me it had 4 owners they all took care of the car with reg. maintenance and oil changes , listed when with miles. Thank you. I bought with confidence.


The Chevrolet Blazer is very comfortable to drive, dependable, and powerful enough to get you where you need to go. Available in two-door and four-door models, with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, the Blazer is able to fit up to four passengers comfortably. It was first produced in 1969 as the Chevrolet K5 Blazer. Through the years the Blazer received some name changes, including the S10 Blazer, S15 Jimmy, and K1500. The Chevrolet K1500 Blazer stayed on the market until 2005 and then was discontinued.

There are three different trim lines to choose from: the base model, the Blazer LS, and the Blazer LT. The base model came with standard features, such as air-conditioning, anti-lock brakes, and a radio. If you purchase the Blazer LS you will find more features in the interior, including a tilt steering wheel, power windows and locks, cruise control, and a folding rear seat. The Chevrolet Blazer LT had more luxurious features, including leather seats, deluxe stereo, overhead console, and a power driver's seat. The second row bench seats fold down to allow for double the cargo size (from 30 cubic feet to 60 cubic feet).

If you start searching for the Chevrolet Blazer, you may want to start with 1998 and above. This was the year when the exterior body was changed, the interior was redesigned, and airbags were added to the passenger side. In addition, those on the hunt will more than likely find more of the second generation Blazers, produced from 1995 to 2005, on the used car market. Second generation Blazers were larger than the previous generation, but still smaller than a full-sized SUV.

The Chevrolet Blazer has stood the test of time, and is a classic and beloved truck by many enthusiasts. 


The Chevrolet Blazer's safety features include daytime running lights, anti-lock brakes, driver airbag, passenger airbag, rear seat head restraints, and adjustable seat belts. The 2005 two-door Blazer received a three-star rating for front driver safety, four stars for front passenger, and five-stars for driver side and rear passenger safety from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.


  • Consumer Guide named the Chevrolet Blazer a Recommended Buy in 2000.
  • Motor Trend reported that the Chevrolet Blazer's low prices makes it a very strong value.
  • If you need a vehicle that you can use to haul different things, such as a trailer, boat, etc., the Chevrolet Blazer can tow up to 4,000 pounds if the proper trailer hitch is installed.

Vehicle Overview

Number of Service Records Blazer

Carfax Facts

The Chevrolet Blazer has an average of 6.7 service records, such as oil changes or transmission fluid changes. 51 percent have had more than five service records, making this a well maintained vehicle.

Average Odometer Reading

Carfax Chart

If you're looking for a Chevy blazer with less than 100,000 miles, start your search with the 2005 model year.

2005 Chevrolet Blazer Specifications

  • 4.3L V6

  • 16 city / 22 hwy mpg

  • Rear-wheel drive; four-wheel drive
  • 4-Speed Automatic

  • 190 hp @ 4400 rpm

  • 106.5"

CARFAX helped me make sure the Blazer I was buying was in good shape and if there was anything major wrong with it. I also found out where the Blazer was made and what cities it was registered in and how long the owners had it.

—Brian Brisbane