of the 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer. Base trim shown.
Orlando Sentinel's view
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, ... Read more
The Detroit News's view
When it comes to bread-and-butter sport-utility vehicles, many domestic buyers put the Ford Explorer and the Chevrolet TrailBlazer at the top of their lists. Until recently, ... Read more
Don't know why, but third-row seating in sport-utility vehicles has become de rigueur. Take the Chevrolet TrailBlazer, for example. The new midsize companion to the compact ... Read more
Jim G. from Waynesboro,PA.
This trailblazer has a smooth ride,is rattle free and is tight and solid. The engine runs smooth and has good power. Has 109,000 miles on it.A friend of mine has over 280,000 on his and still runs ... Read full review
Decent SUV for Daily Driver
This SUV was reliable and trustworthy for my small family. I enjoyed driving it. Not so great for travel or living toonfar from your employer. Read full review