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Chevrolet TrailBlazer

2002-2009
2002 Redesign Year
Chevrolet TrailBlazer 2009 Trim Shown: 2009 Sport Utility
The TrailBlazer feels underpowered with its inline six-cylinder engine, but it offers a compliant--if somewhat jiggly--ride. Handling is ungainly, with excessive body lean and slow steering. We also found the brakes unimpressive in our tests. Wind noise is pronounced and the seat-mounted seat belts are awkward to use. Electronic stability-control became standard starting in 2006, which made emergency handling more secure. The EXT version, which offered seating for seven, was discontinued after 2006, and the entire model line was dropped after 2009.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2009 $7,725 - $16,625 $5,235 - $13,615
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2008 $6,325 - $14,275 $3,895 - $11,345
2007 $5,700 - $12,625 $3,240 - $9,735
2006 $5,075 - $10,700 $2,645 - $7,905
2005 $4,700 - $6,375 $2,280 - $3,860
2004 $4,425 - $5,950 $2,050 - $3,460
2003 $4,075 - $5,850 $1,760 - $3,340
2002 $3,625 - $4,950 $1,360 - $2,470