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Old 11-10-2015, 10:42 AM
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Question does a chevy trailblazer will be in production again in 2017?

is it true chevy traiblazer will release back in 2017, I saw some news that this car will be back in 2017. but I heard the information of the dealers in my area that this car will not in production anymore. How did comrades? which is true?
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Old 11-10-2015, 11:38 AM
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I've heard that through a couple friends but I can't find anything online to support that. It would be nice to see some new truck based Envoy and Trailblazers... the Arcadia is ugly ;-P
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Old 11-16-2015, 04:25 PM
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I've heard that through a couple friends but I can't find anything online to support that. It would be nice to see some new truck based Envoy and Trailblazers... the Arcadia is ugly ;-P
The current Acadia is not to be compared to the TrailBlazer we know ..... a totally different format.


Read here about the 2017 TrailBlazer.

http://bestnewsuv.com/2017-chevy-trailblazer/

and this ....

http://autoreviewprice.com/2017-chev...n-specs-price/
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Old 11-18-2015, 08:31 AM
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sweet link, thank you!
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Old 12-28-2015, 08:48 PM
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Old 01-28-2016, 05:26 PM
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I'd rather they just use the 2002 TB body style with new interior materials and 3 engine options, 3.6L v6 300 HP engine, 6.0L v8 400 hp engine, or one of their small 4 cylinder diesel engines.

I wish I could find a good non rusted blazer to mod
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I've heard that through a couple friends but I can't find anything online to support that
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I'd like to see a true replacement for the Trail/Voy too. I have an 09 Envoy and love it. Been thinking about getting a Yukon but they are just too big. Hopefully a Colorado based frame with a decent engine to tow my boat will come out soon.
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I guess maybe I'm just an old fuddy-duddy (OK, there's no maybe about it! ), but I'm just not a fan of these new swoopy style vehicles. I like the old stuff better.
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Nope , me either. They all look like poof mobiles !!! And chevy has 3 different ones that all look the same . Traverse , Blazer (looks like a larger Equinox and ugly), and the Equinox. My next vehicle may be a Dodge Durango , at least that looks like something a man could drive and it can tow 6400 lbs . I was hoping GM would actually do something smart and make a new Trailblazer out the Colorado Truck . Perfect vehicle to do it with . What do we get instead , a larger Equinox that no one wants and is overpriced by $20000 . Good job GM !!!
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