Chevy Blazer is a mid-size SUV with decades of proven American-made craftsmanship behind it. It's got a reputation for capability, exceptional safety, expert equipment, and above all, family-friendliness. Rivals like Honda Passport can say much the same. However, only one pulls ahead where it counts most: Chevy Blazer. See how here at Cooper Chevrolet Buick Inc -- our experts have made comparing them easy.

Chevy Blazer vs Honda Passport

  • Chevy Blazer is more powerful than Honda Passport. Its 3.6-liter V6 easily surpasses the 3.5-liter V6 in the latter, 305 horsepower to 280 and 269 pound-feet of torque to 262.
  • Chevy Blazer is better with fuel than Honda Passport. Paired with a nine-speed auto, base models can get up to 22 mpg city and 27 mpg highway, according to EPA estimates. Honda Passport can only get up to 20 mpg and 25 mpg respectively.
  • Chevy Blazer offers safety features Honda Passport doesn't, like available safety alert seating that provides collision warnings you can feel and Teen Driver Technology that encourages proper driving habits with an in-vehicle report card.
  • Chevy Blazer is tech-savvier than Honda Passport. An 8-inch Chevrolet Infotainment 3 touchscreen comes standard with voice command, upgradable to enhanced voice recognition in higher trims. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support are available, as are connected navigation, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, Bose premium eight-speaker audio, and wireless charging. Honda Passport has just a 5-inch LCD in base trims, you can only get voice recognition in higher trims, and Apple and Android support only appears in the EX-L trim and later.

Check Out the New Chevy Blazer Firsthand Today at Our Dealership in Anniston

There are many other ways a Chevy mid-size SUV can transform your everyday drive here in eastern Alabama. Call or visit our showroom here at 1300 South Quintard Ave to schedule some time behind the wheel. We'll be excited to show you how!

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