Chevrolet recently unveiled the new model in Brazil, showcasing the face of Chevrolet including its latest twin front grille layout, LED daytime running lights, and plenty of chrome accents.
Holden says it will, like with the Colorado 7, apply “significant improvements” to driving comfort for the local version. This will be paired with the increased standard equipment of the Trailblazer compared with the Colorado 7, along with more modern technologies.
“Trailblazer is a 4×4, seven-seat, family adventure vehicle that is refined and smooth on the road during the school run, but still able to head off the beaten track while searching for that perfect camping spot or hidden fishing hole,” said Peter Keley, Holden’s Executive Director of Sales. “Trailblazer also delivers on customer expectations of comfort, luxury and advanced technology, with the use of premium cabin materials and new Apple CarPlay and Android Auto phone projection technology.”
Holden will no doubt be hoping that the Trailblazer outsells the Colorado 7, which with 968 sales this year has been comprehensively outsold by the Isuzu MU-X (2251), Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (1445), Toyota Fortuner (1394) and Ford Everest (1234).