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Chevrolet markets award-winning automobiles, including the Trailblazer, and they are often found on the American highway. The quality manufacture and high value that come with a Chevrolet Trailblazer are good reasons for always acquiring OEM and aftermarket parts of equal value; high-quality parts don't have to break the bank. Your Chevrolet Trailblazer has a reputation as an excellent car or truck but with mileage even the best cars and trucks need routine maintenance or new replacement parts. Visit whenever you require top quality automotive parts to always receive excellent customer service and a reasonable price every time. Excellent OEM and replacement are needed to keep your Chevrolet in running order however harsh the roads. On occasion the most frustrating thing about fixing that vehicle is the quest for a dependable source for the best parts. If it happens that your car or truck gets in an accident, the practical plan is getting a new top-notch replacement or OEM part to maintain your Chevrolet in like-new condition. If you need Chevrolet Trailblazer parts, it's a great idea to get only top-notch performance and OEM parts you can buy - and if you get parts from Parts Geek you will see the most affordable prices around all handled with first-rate order fulfillment.

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Chevrolet Trailblazer

The Chevrolet Trailblazer first came out in 1999 as a more advanced, deluxe version of S-10 Blazer, a mid-sized SUV long popular as a family vehicle. In 2002, GM spun the model off into its own separate line. Chevrolet Trailblazer reviews indicate that the first generation of this vehicle was among the most popular mid-sized SUVs in the United States, offering excellent performance and handling, a comfortable ride, plenty of cabin space and numerous features - and the average Chevrolet Trailblazer price is makes it a bargain. Using Chevrolet Trailblazer performance parts can further enhance one's driving experience.

The first generation Trailblazer was sold from 2001 until 2009. At first, it was built on GMT 360 truck platform, which it shared with the GMC Envoy and the Oldsmobile Bravada. This platform employs an independent front suspension, with a 5-link suspension system for the rear. In keeping with the vehicle's image as "ready for adventure," all Chevrolet Trailblazers were equipped with a detachable towing hitch. Four wheel drive was available as an option for all models except the SS, which has all-wheel drive. The standard engine was a 4.2 liter Atlas LL8 inline six (selected by Ward's AutoWorld as one of the best automotive power plants) , though consumers could select a small block 5.3 liter V8 for greater power. One of the interesting features of the latter was its Active Fuel Management system; while traveling on the open road at steady speeds, this system allowed the V8 engine to run on only four cylinders in order to conserve fuel. The Chevrolet Trailblazer interior had room for up to seven passengers. It was well received by the public, being selected as the North American Truck of the Year shortly after arriving in dealer showrooms.

Despite its rugged reliability and excellent mechanical characteristics, the first Trailblazers received only a "Marginal" rating by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. GM addressed these concerns, and by 2005, that rating was upgraded to "Acceptable." The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also gives average to good crash test ratings.

The current generation of the Chevrolet Trailblazer, introduced for the 2012 model year, is also built on a truck platform. Two Duromax diesel engine options are available; a 2.5 liter version and a more powerful 2.8 liter version. Several improvements were made for the latter in 2014, including a water-cooled, variable geometry turbocharger and a new high-pressure fuel delivery system. This and other upgrades have increased the horsepower of the latter engine by over 9 percent.

Most people who purchase a used Chevrolet Trailblazers have been quite pleased with it. However, like most vehicles, some Trailblazers wind up having issues, particularly once the odometer passes 100,000 miles. In 2012, the Trailblazer - along with its sister models, the GMC Envoy and Buick Rainier - were subject of a recall because of power window and door lock switches that were prone to catching fire. Beyond that, most complaints appear to be from owners who have failed to maintain the vehicle properly, or bought one that had not been taken care of. As is the case with any mechanical device, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure; check out the Chevrolet Trailblazer parts catalog at for the parts and supplies you'll need in order to keep your Trailblazer in top condition.

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