The Chevy Blazer has been used by Chevrolet to refer to two of its product lines-the K5 Blazer and the S-10 Blazer. However, the S-10 Blazer is the most recent version, and is probably the more popular model. The S-10 was launched in 1983 as a small SUV and is equipped with Chevy Blazer parts that gave it several advantages over other similar SUVs in the market. It offered a more spacious cabin, better performance, and a more distinct style. And because it was sold at budget-friendly prices, the Chevy Blazer became popular among buyers looking for a compact SUV that was worth every buck.
The 2nd-generation version, which was released in 1995, featured new Chevy Blazer parts such as a redesigned dash and seats, high-tech driver and passenger air bags, and stylish door handles. The model underwent several modifications in the following years: new folding mirrors were introduced in 1999, while new bumpers and a more stylish trim were introduced in 2000.