The third-generation K5 Blazer landed in showrooms in 1992 and make a three-year run. Chevrolet would drop the K5 Blazer name and rename the vehicle the Tahoe for the 1995 model year.
A new K5 Blazer generation debuted in Chevrolet showrooms for the 1992 model year.
Unlike its predecessors, the third-generation model did not feature a removed able roof of any kind.
Chevy only offered a 5.7-liter V8 with 210 horsepower at launch.
A five-speed manual and four-speed automatic were the available transmission options when the new K5 Tahoe launched for 1992.
The third-generation Tahoe was available in both two- and four-wheel drive versions.
For 1994, Chevrolet expanded the K5 Blazer's engine offerings to include a 6.5-liter diesel V8.
The diesel V8 engine produced 180 horsepower.
For 1995, Chevrolet dropped the K5 Blazer name in favor of Tahoe.
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