A new TrailBlazer is on the way, and it will use the global body-on-frame platform of the new Chevy Colorado pickup.
envoyjoe said:does any body know if it is a full fram or unibody it looked like unbody to me and smaller
ScarabEpic22 said:A few links report it wont be coming to the US, at least for the 2012 MY. Looks like the new Colorado should start production in 2012 for a 2013 MY release.
Chevy Trailblazer with 2.8 L Duramax Diesel - TDIClub Forums
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Looked like 2.5L and 2.8L new Duramax engines paired with either manuals or 6spd autos. I would love a 2.8L Duramax with 6spd auto in a new TrailBlazer (or Colorado, actually make them good tow rigs without having to get the 5.3L V8), 180hp and 346tq. Thats more tq than the 5.3 and about 50tq less than the SS.
DenaliHD66 said:Hard plastics and cheap as hell.
DocBrown said:How is that different from our GMTs?
willn513 said:At least I have another reason to go bigger with a Tahoe next time around....
kenmyfam said:Thanks for posting those photos. Much appreciated.
Front end looks like the current GM front ends to me. Back end looks like $*@t to me.
Biggest issue I see is that I don't see a trailer hitch !!!!!
fadyasha said:No worries bud! about the hitch yeh doesn't seem to have one, but then again most of the newer models are automatic. Press the button and tataaa it opens! it's impressive but you'll learn to be patient while it takes it's sweeeet time opening and closing!
kenmyfam said:I guess that I'm still old school. If it has a hitch I like to see it !!!