The all-new 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer sport utility vehicle
(SUV) offers an unequaled combination of strength, power
and high-tech precision, wrapped in a design that evokes
patented Chevy Truck toughness. Bigger than a Blazer and
smaller than a Tahoe, the 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer completes
the Chevy Truck SUV family, giving Chevy the most competitive
SUV lineup in the industry, from Tracker to Suburban.
The 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer doesnt sacrifice
refined ride and handling, ample cargo and passenger space,
or long-lasting dependability. It offers a complete package
of performance, features and attributes specially tuned
for the unique demands of SUV customers.
The vehicle also has an all-new heating/ventilation/air
conditioning system (HVAC) which has been rated one of the
The Vortec 4200 is mated to a next-generation four-speed
automatic transmission, and is expected to set industry
benchmarks for smoothness and quietness while providing
a strong, flat torque curve. And TrailBlazer provides that
power with good fuel economy, strong trailer towing capacity
and an inherently balanced inline-six engine.
TrailBlazers world-class ride and handling attributes
combine Chevy-Truck toughness and unprecedented precision.
Its hydroformed steel frame side rails form a strong foundation
for the trucks overall strength and ride quality.
The frame dramatically increases torsional stiffness, an
important enabler in the performance of suspension components.
A five-link rear suspension similar to the system
pioneered by Chevys award winning Tahoe and Suburban
combines with a double-A arm front suspension and
one of the SUV-markets first applications of rack-and-pinion
steering for superior responsiveness, quietness and performance.
The hydraulically assisted rack-and-pinion steering system
provides a precise steering response and tight turning radius.
Braking also is at world-class levels in terms of noise,
wear and brake feel. An advanced system of 12 specially
tuned body mounts use hydraulics and rubber pads to isolate
road inputs and noise, limiting vibration and harshness
dramatically on any kind of road or trail.
Safety and Security
2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer provides a strong safety package.
It comes equipped with standard dual-stage air bags, side
impact air bags for front seating positions, and three-point
restraint systems for all seating positions (including the
middle rear). New four-wheel vented disc anti-lock brakes
(ABS) are also standard.
The vehicles styling offers dramatically improved
visibility and a commanding view of the road. TrailBlazers
enhanced driver information center (DIC) has a 22-character
message display, giving drivers feedback on dozens of vehicle
systems and conditions. The next-generation OnStar system
provides hands-free calling, information services, and many
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