2019 Toyota RAV4
 
2019 Chevy Blazer
 
When it comes to providing drivers with a spacious and powerful experience, the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer has you covered. With the available features you can get equipped in the Blazer L, RS, and Premier trims, plus the number of available 3.6-liter engine trims, you'll find your SUV to be an exciting place to be. How does it compare to the Toyota RAV4 in performance, interior features, and safety technology? We're glad you asked.

Each model provides a high level of safety and utility, which is part of the attraction, but which SUV goes all out to give you a generous dose of technology with a healthy ratio of features to space? We'll let you decide for yourself which one has the most to offer you.

Interior Luxury

•    Right away, Paradise PA drivers will notice that the RAV4 compromises on space, giving just 98.9 cubic feet of passenger volume, while the Blazer gives 107.8 cubic feet of passenger volume.
•    Legroom, hip room, and shoulder room are also limited in the RAV4, while the Blazer offers plentiful space for you and your passengers.
•    In the 2019 Blazer, you get up to 80.1 cubic feet with the seating area folded, and 43.7 cubic feet with the seats used. The RAV4 offers up to just up to 37.6 cubic feet of cargo space.
•    Lancaster PA drivers can settle into the Blazer's available leather seats, which are offered on select trims, while the RAV4 only offers a synthetic leather option on the highest trims.
•    For infotainment, the Toyota brand offers the Entune suite with a seven-inch touchscreen, while Chevrolet offers the intuitive Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System with an eight-inch touchscreen standard.
•    Gesture Power Liftgate is offered on the Chevy Blazer, but not on the RAV4.
•    With the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer, enjoy heated and ventilated seats for your enjoyment, while the RAV4 doesn't provide these options to the rear passengers.
•    If you're looking for 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot, you'll find it on the Blazer's lower trims, but on the RAV4, you won't see it on the base trims.

Safety

•    Not only is the Blazer more spacious, but it offers the Teen Driver feature that allows you to monitor your young driver's habits, even when you're not in the vehicle with them. The RAV4 doesn't offer anything similar to this feature, so your teen driver is on their own.
•    Whether you drive around Ephrata PA or you take your adventures far off to distant places, the Blazer gives you available features like Surround Vision camera and forward automatic braking, while the Toyota RAV4 doesn't have those features listed on the base trim.
•    Both models offer features like Lane Departure Alert, Smart Cruise Control, and

Performance & Efficiency

With the Chevy Blazer, drivers will get more horsepower than they will in the RAV4, which isn't surprising since the brand is known for offering powerful models. The Blazer also comes available with a powerful 3.6-liter V6 engine that is capable of producing up to 305 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. With the RAV4, you're stuck with the base 2.5-liter engine that offers a maximum of 203 horsepower. While both models may have efficient engines, it's clear which one offers the most power per mile, especially if you need to haul 4,500 pounds. The Toyota RAV4 can tow just 1,500 pounds.

We encourage our Mountain Top drivers to take a visit to our dealership for a test drive to see how the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer stands out against the rest of the models on the market, and how it lives up to expectation. With a long history behind it, the 2019 model year SUV definitely maintains its reputation for power and luxury. Come in today and see for yourself what it can offer to you.