There is no doubting the fact that the Trailblazer is a revival of the design style for Chevy’s crossover species.  And this 2012 born second-generation LTZ 4X2 AT model is affordable to purchase, has a dash of vogue, and is reasonably practical.

They started thinking about creating this huge SUV, the second generation Chevrolet Trailblazer as long ago as in 2012. That is when the first draft designs started to appear, this big Chevy Trailblazer surpassed with the modest payload. It is hard to understand where to begin here, so how about with its 2.8-liter engine braking, powered by a Duramax diesel engine that surfaces with a turbocharger. It revs to the power of 197.2bhp at 3600rpm and delivers torque of 500Nm at 2000 rpm, and looks quite beautiful. Their designers have served hard to make their engine seem as good as it reflects from whichever point it can be seen.

The frontage is quite bold that has a chrome surround and sporty cannon-type projector headlamps also to seize your attention. This huge machine has excellent interiors in an excellent wraparound theme, where the seats are well cushioned and coated with beige dyed leather. With a set of 18-inch alloy wheels, the outside rearview mirrors look really striking with the design of its rear. This needs a specific allusion since it bears many fascinating elements such as radiant LED tail lamps surrounding the tailgate, mud flaps,  a pair of fog lamps completes its rear profile, a wide windscreen that includes a demister with a timer, and a high mount stop lamp.

It is pretty magnificent, to be honest. Bequeathed with various comfort features that make the drive quite pleasant. Moreover, to remind you that this huge 2017 Trailblazer LTZ (used) would only be going to cost you INR 13.95 Lakh. Meanwhile, if you would have opted for buying a latest variant of the same car, then it might have cost you somewhere around INR 24 Lakh.  However, alas, the model has now been discontinued & the lovely Chevy brand has left India!

Therefore, indeed, yes, it is more subtle but we think, in a good way, it still articulates like a peculiar, big banger passenger safety, and a tropicalized climate control system that produces relaxing ambiance, too. It feels simple but also helpful. In other words, it is not in the least bit edgy, and that is just how Chevrolet’s engineers fancied it to appear.

Meanwhile, if you are looking to get your own brand new SUVs at the same cost (INR 14 lakh), then we recommend you to go for options such as Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon, or MG Hector.


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Siddhika Prajapati

Siddhika Prajapati

English Honors graduate and post graduated in journalism. A freelance writer and a nutritionist. A fashion, fitness, art, culture and travel writer, who loves to explore and experiment the experience through words with an add-ons of personal touch. Her passion for fashion, lifestyle and fitness is what motivates her to write regularly. Favourite Car: Audi R8 Quote: If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door

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