Will lie at your face to get you to buy their car. Owners are impressed with the tight handling and turning ratio. It is comfortable, fun to drive and has tons of power. Staff was professional in all areas. Not only is engine sound barely discernible except when pushed really hard , but road noise is also virtually absent.
The 2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer seemingly provides something for everyone. The TrailBlazer is closely related to the and and differs from them only in appearance and tuning. These enhancements create an aggressive look outside and some serious acceleration with sub six second 0-60 mph times. With all that being said, the dealer will do anything, especially lying to get you to buy their car. Interior A plastic-heavy dashboard incorporates a four-spoke steering wheel and large instrument gauges. Seventeen-inch wheels are standard, while 18-inch wheels are available.
Three new colors are available, including Dark Cherry Metallic, Black Granite Metallic and Desert Brown Metallic. . The V-8 has Active Fuel Management to help improve fuel efficiency when coasting or cruising, so it's actually the same with either engine and rear-wheel drive, at 14 mpg city, 20 mpg highway. With the rear seat down, maximum cargo volume measures 80 cubic feet. I will most likely continue to own one for the rest of my life.
The hard-working TrailBlazer competes enthusiastically against the Ford Explorer and other midsize rivals in passing power, ride comfort and handling. Driving Impressions Performance is a strong point. Sense then I have replace breaks. Has required only routine maintanence. All engines connect to a four-speed automatic transmission. Power reaches 390 horsepower 6000 rpm and 400 ft-lbs of torque at 4000 rpm. The 2008 TrailBlazer offers a standard 4.
Few days later, I called the insurance company and they confirmed with me the insurance I had was a personal insurance not a commercial. Four-wheel drive is optional on all TrailBlazers, and rear-wheel drive is standard. The ride is soft and a bit bouncy on rough surfaces, and the TrailBlazer doesn't handle especially securely or confidently. This is an extremely nice four wheel drive vehicle with great power and acceleration and will give you 20 mpg. When tromping on the gas, few TrailBlazer drivers are likely to realize the source of power is an inline-six-cylinder rather than a V-8. And I'm guessing it is mated to the same heavy-duty 4-speed automatic transmission. Bought a Trailblazer and find it perfect.
The only reason it ever left me stranded was, of course, the battery. There are several different trims offered for the 2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer, each with its own level of featured equipment. All models come with a 4-speed HydraMatic auto tran. No additional equipment is required. The guy told me he asked his friend who is the insurance agent to get me the commercial insurance. I was surprised that the V8 engine gets the same, and sometimes better, gas mileage as the V6.
Structural rigidity is poor, so the chassis is upset by road imperfections, and the steering requires constant corrections. Seventeen-inch wheels are standard, while 18-inch wheels are available. There is no real replacement for it. I asked the guy three times that it was commercial not personal insurance, and he told me it was commercial. Transmission is about to take a crap the dealer told me here in Durham not sure when - I'm tired of Chevy and this is the last one I buy they haven't help 360,000 clients and they're not gonna help you. The gas mileage is my only real criticism.
It rides nice and smooth down the road. The interior is comfortable and spacious, with decent cargo capacity, and the V8 eye-poppingly fast, making the Trailblazer attractive to parents who need to cart around children during the day, but like to unleash their inner performance driver at night when the kids are in bed. I can slow down and manually shift into the right gear and it will start shifting properly. Rear- or four-wheel drive is available. As they prepared this exhaustive review of the 2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer, the experts at TheCarConnection.