This roof is disguised by standard roof racks. The rear rotors remained the same size. It's wheelbase was 113 inches long, and it had 7. The front seats had 40. The rear seats had 39. In independent testing, the 2006 TrailBlazer -- with five more horsepower than the 2009 model, but otherwise the same vehicle -- sprinted to 60 mph in 5.
The vehicle has enough ground clearance to allow certain off-road usage. What we can offer is a behind-the-wheel view with a fully instrumented track test of this 400-hp engineering study. Mercedes-Benz' new-for-'01 C-Class ultimately will be offered in at least as many variants. This all-wheel-drive system had a base 67-percent torque bias to the rear, but the Torsen center differential could send up to 45 percent of the power to the front wheels and up to 75 percent of the power to the rear wheels, depending on the conditions. But we're impressed with early-production models we drove recently. . Interior cargo length to rear seat 39.
Chevrolet claimed a 0-to-60-mph time of just 5. It featured a cast-aluminum block and heads, an overhead valve configuration, 10. Some three years later, the model also received a 2-door configuration that was to hit the dealership from as early as 2005. First, the name changes: from Blazer to TrailBlazer and from Jimmy to Envoy. Engine bore x stroke 3.
Unfortunately, Chevrolet's TrailBlazer Twin-Turbo exists only as a concept vehicle, and we can't give you an on-sale date. It was introduced in 1999 as an upscale trim line of the Blazer, and became a model in itself for 2002. The model was discontinued in late 2008 and will be replaced by the new Traverse. This vehicle is 16 in 406 mm longer and has a higher roofline to allow easier access to the third row of seats. This allowed it to turn from lock to lock in just three turns to the base model's 3. The 2002-year Trailblazer changed its platform and won the North American Truck of the Year award.
Fuel economy city 16 mpg Interior cargo width min. Additionally, find 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer warranty and reliability information, such as limits on bumper-to-bumper coverage and major components. The rest of the Blazer line continued, but because of the new TrailBlazer, the TrailBlazer trim was discontinued. Aluminum cylinder head S Fuel economy city 16 mpg Torque 275 lbs. Front license plate bracket O Fully galvanized steel body material S Folding side-view door mirrors S Black door handles S Heated door mirrors O Roof rack S Roof rack load 200 lbs. The TrailBlazer won the North American Truck of the Year award. Additionally, it lacks either locking hubs or a limited slip differential, though the latter is available as an option.
The potent V-8 mated to a Hydra-Matic 4L70 transmission, which had four forward gears. The 2006 model underwent a slight facelift, featuring a redesigned front fascia new rear fascias were also applied, depending on the trim level. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5. Its main disadvantage is its increased width as compared to a Suzuki Samurai or a Jeep Wrangler and lack of suspension travel, causing it to high side when it encounters high-camber-variance terrain or large rocks. This new Trailblazer is equipped with a 6.
Rear spring rating 3,200 lbs. But so far, it's only offered as a four-door. Designed as an upscale trim of the Chevy Blazer, the new model underwent several modifications throughout the years. . .
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