of the 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer. Base trim shown.
Orlando Sentinel's view
General Motors had a lot riding on the new-for-2002 midsized sport utility vehicle models, and by all accounts, the company is pleased with the results. It had better be. What ... Read more
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I've loved owning this vehicle!
This is the first SUV I've owned and I've really enjoyed having it. The Trailblazers have good functionality, nice visibility, smooth driving experience, multipurpose uses, are easy to repair/maintain... Read full review
Lower miles for an older SUV.
I stepped into the new century by buying this preowned, low miles, well worth the buy vehicle. I needed a new SUV, called and asked, and my appointment was kept. Read full review