2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer User Reviews

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    Displaying 1 - 10 of 29 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer reviews.

    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS Review
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    I Am Happy With It. — I would have bought a new one if Chevy still sold them. It is a very useful SUV for the price. Would be nice if rear seats folded down better. It does have a lot of cargo space. I see many still on the road.

    Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

    Pros: great power, good turning radius. I have towed heavy loads successfully.  Very roomy.  85000 miles

    Cons: Transmission lines rusted, also power steering lines.

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SS3 4WD Review
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    Loving It — Wanted a tow vehicle with a lot of class. Needed to pull my 6500 lb camper. With this I got a hot sports SUV that can do the job. With a 6.0 L V8, I can go from 0 to 60 in 5 sec. I got a race car and a tow vehicle in one. WoW. GM did it right.

    Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

    Pros: Fun

    Cons: poor MPG

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS 4WD Review
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    I Own 2 Chevy Trailblazers And Will Continue To Own More. — My overall ownership experience of the Chevy Trailblazer is very good. I currently own 2 of these vehicles and would highly consider owning more. The body styling is attractive and the passenger and cargo space is greater than current mid-size SUV models on the market. I think Chevy hit it out of the park with their Trailblazer and I'm honestly sad that they've currently stopped making them.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Reliable and spacious for passengers

    Cons: highway gas mileage is good, but city is a few m/p/g less than comparable vehicles

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SS1 AWD Review
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    Trailblazer Ss Awd Sporty Family Vehicle — Who doesn't like an all black truck ?? It's got that get out of my way look and stance on the road. You put the family in and go where ever you want. It seats 5 comfortably, you can tow a trailer with it (Boat, Jet Ski, Motorcycle, another small car ). Clean it up and it's a nice vehicle for a night out . It's good all around vehicle

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: This is a good take the family anyplace vehicle. It's comfortable, stylish & sporty all in one vehicle.  It's AWD, any season or any weather you're on your way

    Cons: It's a 6 liter V8 engine, if you drive it like you lack common sense, you'll pay for it at the gas pump. On the highway driving at 65 ish...we've gotten19MPG out of it

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer Review
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    Love It — I really like this car. It's out of production so you can't get this car anymore, unless you're buying used. No negatives, except that it's not a luxury car. I would add heated seats, leather, and navigation if I could.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: I really like this car.

    Cons: No negatives, except that it's not a luxury car.

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LT 4WD Review
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    Handling, Great, Braking The Same. Fun To Drive. Feel Very Safe, Sits Up 'high' — Car has all the bells and whistles. Body side molding, running boards, leather seats, heated seats, sun roof., power seats. History of Non smoker drivers. Dark grey exterior paint color, light grey leather interiors. No rust, no scratches. 41,000 miles

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Feel safe, comfortable, handles well

    Cons: gas mileage not great

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS 4WD Review
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    Reliable Vehicle (even If It Is A Gm) — Performance - Since this car is practically new there aren't many problems with it. The acceleration is very nice and smooth along with the brakes. Handling has to be one of my favorite things about this car though (not including its acceleration) because of how simple it is. Appearance - This car has a silver exterior with fabric seats on the inside. There aren't many issues with the appearance minus some spots on the carpet on the inside and a ding on the out. MPG - Generally 15 mpg Fun Factor - This car, for me, is a lot of fun to drive. I am more of a Ford person myself but I was surprised when I started driving this SUV. Personally I prefer my Bronco because of the height of the cab, but for long term trips I'd much rather be in our Trailblazer for comfort and smoothness of the ride.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Acceleration and such.  Rust proof exterior.

    Cons: Backseat space.

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS 4WD Review
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    It's Ok. — Performace: Accelerates ok. It's a 4wd so it's heavy, but the 4.2 in-line 6 makes upfor it I guess. Build Quality: Shotty. Standard low grade American built. Interior needs more attention to details. Appearance: Outside looks ok. Some panel gaps noticeable. Mileage/Maint.: 400 miles per tank average. Average maintenance necessary. Fun Factor: Low

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: 4WD

    Cons: Low quality

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SS3 Review
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    0-60 Mph In 5.7 Seconds, Not Bad For A 6,000 Lb Vehicle ! — Definately a fun ride and it also pulls my 22' center console fishing boat with ease !! It has a corvette engine in it, 6.0 liter LS2 ! Gas mileage averages 16 mpg ! Have to replace front brake pads evry 20K miles, seems to me to be a defect in design !

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: over 400 hp !!!

    Cons: speeding tickets  !!!!!

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    2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LT 4WD Review
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    2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer Lt2 Or Lt3 (not Sure Which) — This is actually one of my grandparents SUV, I drove it, and liked it. Earlier models of the TrailBlazer usually had steering that was a bit numb, but on this model it's a bit tighter. The outside design is good, but the interior could be better. I don't really mind about the interior because I care about the Driving Dynamics of this vehicle. Braking Distances were pretty short, like 125 ft (60-0 mph). The acceleration is great, and has no problems what so ever. Over 60,000 miles, never broken down. Overall, I really like it, and it's fun to drive if you're not an aggressive driver (like myself).

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Powerful performance, decent steering, comfortable on the highway, lots of features, simple controls

    Cons: Bland interior with some subpar materials, skittish handling around corners, little akward head room for drivers over 6ft

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2009 Chevrolet TrailBlazer Reviews

    Almost Perfect Ride. By coachscott40

    Fun, fairly economical car. Easy to drive and plenty of room. White is the way to go on color. These seem to hold their value. Wish they still made them. It would be hard to find a replacement for t... Read More

    Great Suv By 17auxlt

    This is my second TrailBlazer, had an '02 and now the '09 so basically the beginning and the end of the run. It only got better! The first truck was a base LT, this one is decked out with heated lea... Read More

    2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer Reviews

    Trailblazers Are Great Small Suvs By Amanda

    I've owned this vehicle for over five years now and it still runs and drives great, is comfortable and spacious! The style is pleasing to the eyes and drives well on just about any condition. I love t... Read More

    A Nice Looking Ride By Chad

    This thing has gobs of power. It is all wheel drive which makes it great in winter driving conditions. I have no problems getting around, and getting there as fast as I want to. The air ride makes the... Read More

    2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer Reviews

    Bring Back The Suv With The Corvette Motor... By dwilson411

    The Corvette motor in the SUV is a great idea. The power from acceleration is exciting, and the feel is even better because you typically only get this in a sports car that's much lower to the ground... Read More

    Videos From Cargurus Makes It Easy To Work On My Truck By Marty_B

    the fact that i had to replace the front wheel bearings with 57,000 miles on it did not impress me. i thought i should of gotten at least 100,000 miles out em. other then that i think it's been a grea... Read More

    2005 Chevrolet TrailBlazer Reviews

    Small Suv For A Family Of 4 Or Less. By Howardsean2005

    very easy driver no issues with engine or transmission yet but just broke 100,000 miles. small back seat space so if you have more than 2 children in car seats almost impossible to fit the third one, ... Read More

    Owning A Trailbeast By craftyhousewench

    Overall I really love this truck. It handles well, it's been great for our family, and extremely comfortable for long drives. I'd recommend it to friends, and am glad I purchased it. Here's hoping the... Read More

    2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer Reviews

    Better Than I Expected. By migration_4tagrfr

    I like the overall size of this vehicle. I don't feel like I am driving around in a tank. Yet I feel very safe in it while on the road. I wouldn't mind getting another one for my wife. She enjoys ... Read More

    I Loved Her At First Sight By Tanya

    I liked the room and the handling. I felt safe in this vehicle. I enjoyed the ride. I wasn't fond of the gas mileage when gas prices where high. I had to get used to being up so high. This was my f... Read More

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