2005 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LT 4WD 4dr SUV (4.2L 6cyl 4A)
In May of 2005 I purchased a 2005 Trailblazer LT with all the bells and whistles (except for the touch screen navigation, I am able to read a map), and I have to say i extremely pleased all around with the vehicle. From its gutsy power to its driver information center, this vehicle has been an effortless delight to drive. There is less worry when driving due to its driver information center which goes as far as to tell you when you are driving with your turn signal on, when you are low on window washing fluid, and what your engine oil life expectancy is in percentage. Chevy has definitely given the public a lot of luxury for a small dollar amount. Thank you Chevorlet
The driver information center would top this list, then the Bose 7 speaker setup would follow. Believe me when I say Sinatra never sounded so good!
The button that releases the rear glass has to go. The metal pushbutton that can be found on early model Blazers greatly cheapens an otherwise well put together vehicle
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