Just what the world needs - another fancy grocery cart!
I drove K5 Blazers and same era Broncos for work all over remote areas in the western U.S. I'm not aware of a CUV or SUV produced today which matches the "utility" and ruggedness of those vehicles.Boy, am I with you on that. I owned a Blazer from 1998 to 2004. It was a nice vehicle built, I believe, on the small pickup frame. Was that the S-95? I also had a 1995 model of that.
The K5 (4WD) Blazer was produced by Chevy ('69-'94) - it was also available on the C5 (2WD) chassis. It's only related to the Trail Blazer by name. GMC introduced their 'Jimmy' model on the same chassis about the same time.Is the Trail Blazer what you are calling the K5 Blazer? I have rented one of those a few times and liked them also.
I do not think it i is a typo. It is supposed to fit between the Traverse and the Equinox. Can't imagine third row seats being of much value in a vehicle smaller than the Traverse.