2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT LS Rwd 4dr SUV (4.2L 6cyl 4A)
Bought an EXT LS Trailblazer with a V-8
in June 2004. I could not be happier
with the purchase. I never thought I'd
get into a 7 seat SUV for under 30
grand. With Chevy's rebates and
incentives, I was well under 30 grand
including interest on financing. For
the price, Chevrolet comes with the
most standard features of any midsize
SUV. The Trailblazer is better looking
than the Tahoe, and costs a lot less.
I get decent gas mileage (15 MPG) and
the kids love our new vehicle. I can't
wait to take a long road trip. The
standard features alone make the
Explorer look sick. Compare the two
and you will see what I mean.
I love the design of this SUV. It is
sporty, yet refined. I like it better
than the Tahoe. The dual air, alarm
system, wireless remote system, voice
recorder, stereo, and 17" wheels. The
V-8 is powerful and makes me feel like
a King on the road.
Chevrolet designed this SUV so the A/C
warms up when you park and sit in
idle. A/C should be cold all the
time. The seating when folded does not
create a flat trunk space. It is a
wavy floor. The front cup holders
are not designed to hold a bottle.
Taking a sharp turn spills them.
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