The Styling on the Trailblazer isn’t too shabby, it’s typical Chev, some sharp lines and quite well balanced. They’ve fitted matching wheels which give the Trailblazer presence on the road, but doesn’t exactly make it intimidating. The grille is split in 2, which is a fairly common design feature on cars these days, but works well for the Trailblazer.
The Bonnet continues with the sharp lines, making it almost square like in the front. The rear has some interesting design elements. The lights are a funky futuristic design, giving the Trailblazer a younger appeal.
Traditionally SUV’s have the boot release in the little sill just above the number plate, but in the case of the Trailblazer it’s actually in the handle further down, which took some getting used to for me.
The words ‘Trailblazer’ are mounted on the side of the car, which is quite prominent, considering that it’s such a big car, and carries the name on the back too.”
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