My wife and I love the versatility of the Trail blazer. The only improvement that I would make is for it to get a little better gas mileage.
2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazerAddisyn - Kansas City04/16/2010
We are very happy with our new Trailblazer. The only complaint is that the suspension is extremely loose in these models. It is loose to the point of being scary sometimes if there are any ruts, uneven spots in the road, etc. We love everything about this vehicle except this. If they would stiffen/tighten this up a little the vehicle would be fantastic. It is something we want to keep for a very long time. However, if the suspension is this loose already with only 22,000 miles on it - I am worried what it will be like when we get above 50,000 miles. I would reccomend this vehicle be just make sure you are ok with a loose suspension before buying. You definitely have to be very and can't make big, quick, jerky movements while driving.
just right suv
2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazerWhoDat - Dallas, Texas01/09/2007
This truck was perfect for our family. We could have gotten a larger truck.. (ie, Tahoe, Suburban, Expedition), however all of which were too big. On the same note, some trucks were too small.
We found that the Trailblazer was just right for our needs.
My family likes the truck.
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