2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS 2WD

2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS 2WD

$5,900

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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. 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. LS models are nicely equipped with dual-zone air conditioning, CD player, reclining bucket seats and floor console, power windows and programmable door locks, tilt steering, four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, 16-inch aluminum wheels, luggage rack roof rails, and three power outlets. An optional package adds remote keyless entry, content-theft alarm, heated foldaway mirrors, a rear window defogger, color-keyed carpeted floor mats, crossbars for the luggage rack, and Charcoal-colored body-side moldings. TrailBlazer's styling helped blaze the trail for the latest Chevy Truck design. It's an aggressive look with bold headlamps and a split grille. The horizontal bar that splits the grille, headlamps and turn signals is chromed on the LS, body-colored on the LT, and black on the SS. The front bumper features a large opening with two vertical slats, and the optional foglights are mounted down low. The front end of the TrailBlazer makes it look like a scaled-down Suburban or Silverado. TrailBlazer's six-cylinder 4.2 liter engine, called the Vortec 4200 is smooth and quiet. The faster it goes, the smoother it seems to get. It's an inline-6, a design that's inherently better balanced than a V6. It idles so smoothly that Chevy Truck added a device that prevents the starter from grinding if the key is turned when the engine is already running. Chevy TrailBlazer sports a nice design and a well-executed interior. Smooth, stable, and powerful, TrailBlazer works well around town, on the open highway, and in the back country. When you join size and luxury, you get the GMC Yukon Denali. This vehicle is extremely popular for its ability to carry lots of people and a decent amount of cargo. Yukon Denali is a luxury SUV equipped with a V8 engine that delivers strong power for towing or tackling steep grades. The SLT gets automatic climate control; power adjustable pedals; front tow hooks; leather-trimmed, bucket front seats; leather-appointed, 60/40 split, second row bench seat; six-disc CD changer; rear seat audio controls and outputs; programmable remote garage opener. The most popular engine for the GMC Yukon is the 5.3-liter V8, which produces 320 horsepower and 340 pound-feet of torque. From the driver's seat power comes on smoothly, with no surges or hiccups and accompanied by a pleasant, dual exhaust-like tone. The 2007 GMC Yukon has an astonishingly fresh and comfortable interior. It is very clean, inside and outside. Call us today at 757-391-4543 or 757-227-9544 for more information about this vehicle or visit as at 5176 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23462.

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Driveway Motors, 5176 Virginia Beach Blvd, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 757-391-4543