It is no secret that SUV's rule in the Indian market. The Chevrolet Captiva has managed to become a decent success for GM in India, but it hasn't managed to make the impact like the Toyota Fortuner or the Mahindra XUV500 did. Now all that is about to change with this- the TrailBlazer. This would be the ticket for GM in India for its SUV domination and by the looks of it it will be a winner.
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Updated Chevrolet Trailblazer It's a globally known fact that us Indians simply adore big and brawny SUVs. Then it's not surprising that when American car maker Chevrolet recently launched the Trailblazer in India, it enjoyed a good response from the market. Now, the company has unveiled the updated version of the Trailblazer in Brazil, not long...
Chevrolet has launched its offering in the premium full-sized SUV category in India, the Trailblazer. The SUV is targeted at those looking for a large, spacious and luxurious SUV but will not necessarily go for proper off-roading. Why? Well, the Chevrolet Trailblazer is based on a ladder-chassis, has a powerful turbocharged diesel engine, the mecha...
When General Motors showcased the Chevrolet Trailblazer during the 2014 Auto Expo, the rumors of arrival of this mammoth SUV in place of the rather softer-looking Captiva began to catch up some pace. However, General Motors remained mum on the subject for the past whole year, but now, it seems that the company is now contemplating about the Trailbl...
Pros Great Looks,Comfort,
Cons ,Chevrolet brand at this price
No, I have not driven the TrailBlazer yet but going by the reviews I have seen on Youtube and other websites, this Chevy looks so promising. The Rs 18-24 lakh bracket lacks a proper SUV and people have to end up paying 30 big ones for cars like the Fortuner - this cud all change with the TB! It looks big, interiors are modern and engine options will be excellent. This SUV will do everything that a Fortuner owner wants but with more comfort and better features. Really want this SUV to come and change the way we Indians look at premium SUVs. The Captiva hasnt worked well in India but this one could be a game changer for Chevrolet. Just hoping they dont mess up with the pricing and yes, Chevrolet brand value isnt the best in India waise
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Pros Good Performance,Fuel Efficiency,Comfort,
Cons Average Looks,Average Interiors,
The mammoth size of the SUV looks great in every essence. The commanding pilot view from inside the cabin is great regardless of its gigantic size. The 2.8 litre torquey engine is a powerful unit under the hood, however, the 4X4 feature could have done proper justice to its SUV nature. Interiors could have been more better. The cabin is spacious, though 3rd row is good for kids only.
3 of 5 users found this review helpful.