The Blazer looked great. Performance
was always dependable in snow. But
always something needing repair or
replacement. And a very thirsty SUV.
Rear visabilty obstructed with spare
tire on back. I traded my Blazer in
with 56,000 miles after 7 years and it
was falling apart for no reason. It
was cheaper to carry a new car payment
then to upkeep the Blazer.
The privacy glass. Plenty of room.
Nice performance in snow.
The maintainence record. Major
repairs required frequently on a
vehicle driven very softly.
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