Prices range between 1,244,000 baht and 1,479,000 baht.
Along with unveiling of the blacked-out Chevrolet Trailblazer Black Dress Up, GM Thailand also showcased the regular Chevrolet Trailblazer. Launched for sale last August, the facelifted Trailblazer is priced between 1,244,000 baht and 1,479,000 baht.
The new Trailblazer features a more contemporary front-end with sleeker projector headlamps housing LED DRLs, a wider Chevy two-part grille with bolder chrome embellishers and a new front bumper design with larger fog lamps. The base variant rides on 17-inch alloy wheels as standard, while the top-end LTZ grade gets dual-tone 18-inch alloy wheels.
The interior features a redesigned housing for a new 8-inch MyLink infotainment system that offers Apple CarPlay (7-inch in the base LT model), revised instrument cluster with a larger multi-info display, and silver accents around the central HVAC vents. The range-topping LTZ 4x4 comes equipped with collision warning, lane-change assist, front parking sensors, blind spot warning, and cross-traffic alert. A notable upgrade is the new EPAS (steering system) that should refine the large SUVs maneuverability in cities while consuming lesser fuel.
The Thai-spec Trailblazer is only available with a 2.5L four cylinder diesel engine with VGT (variable geometry turbo), which produces 180 PS and 440 Nm of peak torque. The only transmission option is a 6-speed automatic gearbox that shuffles power to the rear wheels or all four wheels via a 4x4 system (optional in LTZ).