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2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT

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EngineEngine 4.2LI-6
MPGMPG 15 City / 20 Hwy
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2006 TrailBlazer EXT Overview

The Chevy TrailBlazer is among the best of the truck-based midsize SUVs.It's capable of hauling heavy loads and negotiating rugged off-road terrain.Yet it's also smooth, comfortable and civilized.These are benefits of its rigid chassis, sophisticated suspension, and powerful brakes.Curtain-style side-impact airbags with a rollover sensing system are available for increased head protection.

For 2006, GM's excellent StabiliTrak electronic stability control system comes standard across the TrailBlazer lineup.StabiliTrak helps drivers maintain control by reducing or eliminating skidding in emergency handling situations.2006 TrailBlazer models have been upgraded with a revised brake system designed for improved responsiveness along with sound-deadening measures designed to reduce noise.

The TrailBlazer is stable and maneuverable.It handles washboard surfaces well, a nice benefit on unpaved roads.The TrailBlazer is also quite capable off road when equipped with its sophisticated four-wheel-drive system and optional skid plates.

The extended-wheelbase TrailBlazer EXT adds substantial cargo space and seven-passenger seating, but it's longer than a Tahoe, and we prefer the standard TrailBlazer for its superior handling and stability.

TrailBlazer comes standard with a superbly smooth and modern Vortec 4200 inline six-cylinder engine, which has been upgraded for 2006, and it's our first choice unless towing is a big part of the picture.The Vortec 5400 V8, with its Displacement on Demand technology promising improved fuel economy is available as an option on all 2006 TrailBlazer models.Equipped with the V8, a 2WD TrailBlazer EXT can tow up to 7,000 pounds.

A new TrailBlazer SS has joined the line-up for 2006, featuring the 395-horsepower, 6.0-liter LS2 V8 derived from the Chevy Corvette, along with a sport-tuned suspension and competition brakes.The SS gets unique exterior and interior trim and is available with all-wheel drive.
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2006 TrailBlazer EXT Overview

The Chevy TrailBlazer is among the best of the truck-based midsize SUVs.It's capable of hauling heavy loads and negotiating rugged off-road terrain.Yet it's also smooth, comfortable and civilized.These are benefits of its rigid chassis, sophisticated suspension, and powerful brakes.Curtain-style side-impact airbags with a rollover sensing system are available for increased head protection.

For 2006, GM's excellent StabiliTrak electronic stability control system comes standard across the TrailBlazer lineup.StabiliTrak helps drivers maintain control by reducing or eliminating skidding in emergency handling situations.2006 TrailBlazer models have been upgraded with a revised brake system designed for improved responsiveness along with sound-deadening measures designed to reduce noise.

The TrailBlazer is stable and maneuverable.It handles washboard surfaces well, a nice benefit on unpaved roads.The TrailBlazer is also quite capable off road when equipped with its sophisticated four-wheel-drive system and optional skid plates.

The extended-wheelbase TrailBlazer EXT adds substantial cargo space and seven-passenger seating, but it's longer than a Tahoe, and we prefer the standard TrailBlazer for its superior handling and stability.

TrailBlazer comes standard with a superbly smooth and modern Vortec 4200 inline six-cylinder engine, which has been upgraded for 2006, and it's our first choice unless towing is a big part of the picture.The Vortec 5400 V8, with its Displacement on Demand technology promising improved fuel economy is available as an option on all 2006 TrailBlazer models.Equipped with the V8, a 2WD TrailBlazer EXT can tow up to 7,000 pounds.

A new TrailBlazer SS has joined the line-up for 2006, featuring the 395-horsepower, 6.0-liter LS2 V8 derived from the Chevy Corvette, along with a sport-tuned suspension and competition brakes.The SS gets unique exterior and interior trim and is available with all-wheel drive.Hide Full Review