Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

The Chevrolet Blazer is a US -produced by General Motors SUV. In addition to mid-1969 and introduced to the autumn of 1994 made ​​" big" Blazer ( K/K5-Serie ) came in late summer 1982, the compact Blazer S-10 on the market.

The end of 2005 the production was interrupted.

Blazer K/K5 ( 1969-1994 )

The original Blazer was manufactured from mid- 1969 until the fall of 1994 in three model generations.

In autumn 1994, he was renamed Chevrolet Tahoe. This year, the Tahoe was identical to the previous construction of the blazer.

The name Blazer was used from the fall of 1994 only for the smaller Chevrolet Blazer S-10 series.

Blazer S- 10 (1982-2005)

In September 1982, Chevrolet launched a smaller blazer. In the first year of production 106,000 Blazers were sold.

The Chevrolet Blazer was revised, both technically and optically in principle in October 1994. The Design awarded him then kept the blazer today.

At the same time brought the GM GMC S-15 Jimmy on the market. In 1991 the production of the Oldsmobile Bravada was taken. All three SUVs based on the same platform, the GMC Jimmy and Chevrolet Blazer offered largely identical trim levels, while the Oldsmobile Bravada was settled in the high segment.

In addition to the Chevrolet Tahoe, the Chevrolet Suburban and the Chevrolet TrailBlazer, the blazer was previously the smallest SUV model from Chevrolet. In December 2005, production of the Blazer was discontinued.