GM Reveals the 2013 Chevy TrailBlazer


The production version of the global 2013 TrailBlazer has been released by GM.

General Motors is planning on giving the 2013 Chevrolet TrailBlazer its proper debut at the 2012 Bangkok Auto Show. The company has released some photos of the new Colorado-based SUV a bit early and they depict the next-generation TrailBlazer in all its glory. The 2013 TrailBlazer is set to be a global model, however there is still no word on whether Chevy will offer it in the States. The U.S. market is definitely getting the 2013 Colorado and the TrailBlazer could be a foil for those who desire an SUV over a pick-up.

The next-generation TrailBlazer (called the Colorado 7 in some markets) features plenty of space and three rows of seating, good for seven occupants. All the seats can be folded down for a flat plane and plenty of storage. Updated electronics coupled with wood and chrome accents should give the 2013 model an updated and sophisticated feel, while an infotainment system and USB/Bluetooth connectivity will certainly make road trips more entertaining. The 2013 Chevy TrailBlazer will make its debut at the 2012 Bangkok Auto Show in Thailand on March 26th.

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