At 15 years old I'm reluctant to trade it in on a new vehicle due to the potential loss of reliability. General Comments: I love my car. I've replaced the clutch once at 153K miles, the tires at regular intervals, and the battery also at regular intervals. Previously I had a new Jeep Wrangler which broke down after less than 30 miles on the odometer and spent more time in the shop than on the road, leaving me stranded 3-4 times in the 2 months I owned it before returning it. Actual down payment and resulting monthly payments may vary depending upon type and use of vehicle, regional lender requirements, and the strength of your credit.
I have pulled lots my mudding family out a lot. My Trailblazer fit the bill. It also made a world of difference as well. Documented fuel economy is 23 highway when empty, and 11 highway with 8,000 lbs plus in tow. It takes off like a rocket and the four wheel disc brakes stop on a dime. Std Std Springs, Rear: 3200-lb.
Std Std Axle, Rear: 3200-lb. It now has 164k miles on it and it is still an excellent car. Wish it had cruise control and a little bit more room in the inside. She and I could not be happier with this vehicle. .
It needed a lot of repairs, though, I was glad to have the extended warranty. Since the Trailblazer came into production, the exterior has always caught my eye, but the interior is lacking slightly over other models. Yes Review Date: 10th December, 2010. Max Trailer Weight 6,300 lbs. Performance fiends with good memories will recall the '60s and early '70s, when Chevy buyers could check a box on the order sheet for more no-frills genuine performance. So, needless to say the passenger window will have to wait. This calculation reflects amounts in U.
Back window shattered, and was very expensive to replace. We both find the leather seats very comfortable on long trips to the beach for vacation, and there is plenty of room for luggage and coolers. Front license plate bracket O Fully galvanized steel body material S Running boards O Folding side-view door mirrors S Black door handles S Grille with chrome bar Heated door mirrors O Roof rack rails only Roof rack load 200 lbs. I am very pleased with my TrailBlazer. Hunting in it is fine if you don't bag that trophy, or else you will be strapping it to the roof, which would suck.
Everything about it is great. The headlights are constantly going out but that's no big deal the automotive shop always fixes it cheap. I do not know about the reliability, but then I am a strickler for maint. While hauling a little over 3000 Ibs. Various cosmetic issues with knobs and controls due to wear and tear over 15 years. The trailer exceeds the recommended towing capacity by well over 1,000 lbs.
Model year 2004 Year of manufacture 2004 First year of ownership 2004 Most recent year of ownership 2011 Engine and transmission 5. Very roomy for travel, and not too bad on gas when traveling for its size. Engine bore x stroke 3. Interior cargo length to rear seat 39. I also changed the fuel filter and in less than a week it paid for its self. It has been by far the most reliable vehicle I have owned.
The power just is not there, don't pull out in traffic. General Comments: I have towed a 32 foot Franklin park model trailer weighing in at 8,200 lbs empty with this vehicle since it was new. I've not repaired anything which has broken, as nothing has been major enough to be worth fixing and nothing has disabled the vehicle. It is one of those vehicles that has many uses. Primary Use: Family transportation Great Rig — Great Vehical, Does well in all types of weather, Gets a little worse fuel economy than I originally thought it would, Normally 18-20 sometimes worse, sometimes better. I filled up went 172 miles and filled up again. Since buying my Trailblazer, I haven't had any maintenance issues.
Overall one of the best cars I have ever driven! Has All Of The Things A Car Needs For You To Feel Comfortable — I'm not really sure what to say that's hasn't already been stated. It has serious pulling power. General Comments: Originally I was buying a Yukon, but the lot sold it the day before I got there, so they let me buy this for the same price as the 97 Yukon. Luckily it only acted up at home! Primary Use: Family transportation Overall Good Experience. Overall good experience with a few minor bumps. The engine has enough power, but the fuel economy could be better. Never had an issue with anything major.