A Comparison: Chevy Blazer Vs. Toyota 4Runner

Chevy Blazers vs Toyota 4Runner

Let’s break down the differences between the Chevrolet Blazer and Toyota 4Runner. Our Vero Beach car dealership is happy to offer you a side-by-side look at the specs, safety and modifications brought forth by these two mid-size SUV designs.

Before we begin, we will say that the new Chevrolet Blazer has been completely redesigned with modern drivers in mind. With Chevrolet’s latest innovations, we’ve got money on the winner.


The newest Chevrolet Blazer to hit the streets has undergone quite the dramatic change. Chevrolet made sure to design the Blazer in a way that made it unique to other SUVs and crossovers in the current lineup. The engineering has also taken on a refresh, which leaves the new Blazer in a category closer to the Camaro.

While the Toyota brand has made some small leaps with the TRD Offroad design, the 4Runner’s 2019 adjustments are no comparison for the Blazer.



The Chevrolet Blazer takes an easy win against the Toyota 4Runner in performance. The Blazer has two engines to the 4Runner’s one, with the V6 offering a horsepower that far exceeds that of vehicles in its class. The only area where it appears that the 4Runner dominates is in the realm of torque, but if you’re already driving one of the fastest mid-size SUVs on the market, who needs the added torque?

2019 Chevrolet Blazer Performance

  • 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine
  • 3.6L V6 engine
  • 193 to 308 horsepower
  • 188-270 pound-feet of torque

2019 Toyota 4Runner Performance

  • 4.00-liter V6 engine
  • 270 horsepower
  • 278 pound-feet of torque


The Chevrolet Blazer AWD utility is unlike any other. This SUV satisfies your appetite for added space by offering 64.2 cubic feet of maximum cargo space. In contrast, the Toyota 4Runner only offers 46.3 to 47.2 feet.

While you can maximize the space in both of your vehicles by folding the seats down, it would appear that the Chevrolet Blazer offers more upfront cargo space than its Toyota competitor.


Clearly, the Blazer outranks the 4Runner on multiple levels. In addition to the comparison, we wanted to share a list of our favorite Chevrolet features with you:

  • Standard 8-inch diagonal touchscreen
  • Up to 4,500 pounds towing ability
  • Available switchable All-Wheel Drive capability
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • Intelligent stop and start technology


If you’re interested in owning the next Chevrolet Blazer, talk to our experts about the benefits of our True Cash Offer. With our current trade-in policy, you can put the trade-in amount from your current ride toward a new car loan with our Chevrolet finance department.

There are so many ways to buy the new Blazer, including through lease deals and new car specials. Be sure to get in contact with our team about your financial options, and in the meantime, browse comparisons between other vehicles, like the Chevy Equinox vs. Hyundai Tucson.

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