While using a tractor to adjust the ATV and dirtbike jump in his backyard, a gentleman from Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma discovered a low-mileage 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer buried underground, KFOR NewChannel 4 reports. Unsurprisingly, the SUV, which allegedly still has the original factory tires, is completely toast.
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?
John McLane's got nothing on this real Brazilian Federal Police Officer, who use his cop car to take down a plane loaded with smugglers and $150,000 of stolen electronics.
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.
In an effort to prove that print journalism is "with it" and "nifty," the Shelby Star of Cleveland County, North Carolina has launched a mobile newsroom. Called "The Star Car," this modified Chevy TrailBlazer features a GPS tracking system, cell-based wireless, a laptop and a dash-mounted camera so that people can…