Based on Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS
Size matters when it comes to sport utility vehicles, and midsize SUVs are the ones that capture the heart of the market. General Motors launched three new midsize models by spring 2001 as early 2002 models. Chevrolets TrailBlazer is one member of the trio, which is especially crucial to G... Read Full Report
When the 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer sport utility vehicle was introduced a year ago, quite a few potential customers thought something was missing: a third row of seats.After all, the similarly new-for-2002 Ford Explorer, and its stable mate, the Mercury Mountaineer, offered third-row seating. The Explorer was 189.5 inches long, and the TrailBlazer was 191.8 inches long - how could Ford fit t... Read full review for the 2002 Chevrolet Trail Blazer
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I have had my Trailblazer for 4 years now and I have only had to replace the battery. It is a soft ride and handles like a car. For females or smaller framed people, it is very comfortable for the dri... Read Full Review
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