The Chevy Trailblazer is not dead. Seriously, Chevrolet builds it today, an SUV version of the current Colorado. Remind me why we can’t buy it in America?
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This is the first image of the 2013 Chevy TrailBlazer, a re-imagination of the once popular SUV also-ran. Though it hasn't been technically approved for markets outside of South America and Asia, the 2013 Chevy Colorado it's based on is coming to the United States. A new truck-based SUV? Are you serious?
First introduced in 1999, the Chevy Trailblazer was originally nothing more than an upscale trim level for the Chevy Blazer. Then, in 2002, at the height of our free-spending, 0% financing and cheap gas days, it was upgraded to its very own platform. Seven years later, it was thought that in a world of…
A deer strike is no joke, especially when you're speeding along at night in your Chevy Trailblazer well above the speed limit. Abandon all clickthroughs, ye of weak stomach.
We knew the end of the line was near for the GMT360 siblings, but now the Detroit News reports the national economic collapse has accelerated GM's plans to kill off the Chevy Trailblazer, GMC Envoy and Saab 9-7X mid-size SUVs. The Moraine, Ohio plant that builds the old-skool body-on-frame trucks was down to one shift…