GM weighs on bringing back the Chevrolet Blazer; could be built in Mexico

Automotive specialized site WardsAuto revealed General Motors is expected to bring an all-new midsize CUV to market in the U.S. under the Chevrolet brand next year tentatively called the Blazer. 

The five-passenger unit would use the same platform as the 3-row Traverse, but will offer a more accessible option to consumers.

“The Blazer’s primary competition would be the Ford Edge and it would be built at GM’s Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, assembly plant,” says WardsAuto’s report.

-You can read the full report here-


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