Appearing in multiple body styles over its four-decade lifespan, the Blazer was first introduced in 1969. The Blazer was a member of the General Motors C/K Trucks family, along with #9 on this list, the C1500 pickup truck — clearly a clunky line. In 1995, the full-size Blazer (K5) was redesignated as the Chevy Tahoe and the smaller, mid-size version (S-10) was sold until 2005. Interesting factoid: The Blazer body style is still manufactured in Brazil.
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