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Chevrolet Trailblazer LT by Brad from PA on 09/01/2007. Trim: 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LT1 4WD, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: I like it has a lot power being a 6 cylinder. It is very quiet going down the roads. Hidden Storage Compartments. Some Controls in the steering wheel without taking your eyes off the roadway for changing the radio station or making phone calls. XM/On Star is nice.
Cons: Gas Economy is very poor for a 6 cylinder. Back seats are not good for tall people. Chevrolet still placing cupholders so when you use it you can not activate the controls for the heat or A/C.
Overall review: If you dont mind putting gas in it each week go for it. This vehicle is full of electronic gagdets and toys. Overall Grade a B-.
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A solid vehicle by Michael from Michigan on 03/26/2007. Trim: 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS2 4WD, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Very solid vehicle
Cons: A little too much wind noise
Overall review: Tow a trailer like a dream
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Trailblazer SS worth the buy by rcswiger on 05/03/2012. Trim: 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SS1 2WD, Owned 5 years.
Pros: The thing I like about the Trailblazer SS is the sheer power. The 4.10 gear ratio gives the driver that "seat in the pants feeling" off the line. The more practical thing is the amount of cargo room and the self leveling suspension. I also love the fact that mine has an air compressor in the back which has come in handy on several occasions. The Trailblazer SS is an attention getter, driving around town the SS is noticed. At least once a week I get someone asking me "What it Is that?" "they have never seen one and where can I get One?" LIke the Viper truck and GTO this was a limited run and probably wont be made again.
Cons: There are a few quirks that i have noticed. The first being the way that the A/C compression is on a seperate belt. This tiny little belt has fell off twice now and I am currently in the process of changing out the tensioner. The second is the designers should not have used that big mechanical fan, I wish they would have used electrical instead. Third the interior bezels that surround the handle have broken at least twice. Not a big deal for me the cost of the part is around eight dollars, but that adds up. Finally the wheels, lovely design, just wish that more clear coat would have been applied at the factory. Needs bigger brakes and different transmission shift points.
Overall review: The 6.0L LS2 is a beast. Eventhough the SUV tips the scale at 6001LBs you still have the performance of a Corvette. There is something un-natural about sitting high up and being able to acclerate like a sports car. Although, its not perfect it is truly an American SUV. I would not have bought the Trailblazer SS brand new, dealers asking for the moon. I bought mine used with under 42,000 miles and I paid less than half of the asking price. This is a vehicle that was only produced for three years and its value has only one place to go and thats up. This is a vehicle that in about twenty years will roll across the stage at Barrett Jackson and demand high bids and people will pay because they missed out one one of the best kept secrets of Chevrolet.
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smooth by tony on 02/22/2011. Trim: 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS1 2WD, Owned 1 year.
Pros: smooth ride very comfortable
Cons: gas gauge doesnt work just about the 100,000 mile mark. 500-600 to fix.
Overall review: great ride if the gas gauge worked
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good all purpose vehicle by An MSN Autos Consumer on 06/08/2009. Trim: 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LT2 4WD, Owned 2 years.
Pros: Smooth ride and quiet. No problems at all, not even minor ones as of yet. maneuverabilty is fantastic for the size of the vehicle.
Cons: transmission is indecisive as to which gear it should be in on hills. mileage is poor at best with inline 6 cylinder.
Overall review: overall a great vehicle. rear seat heaters would be a great option though
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