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2013 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SUV Announced For Global Markets

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2013 Chevrolet TrailBlazer teaser

2013 Chevrolet TrailBlazer teaser

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The TrailBlazer is set to return following an announcement by Chevrolet this morning that a new-generation of its popular mid-size SUV is planned, though it may not be sold in the U.S.

Chevrolet plans to introduce the new TrailBlazer as a 2013 model early next year, but so far sales in only global markets have been confirmed.

There is one factor that bodes well for the new TrailBlazer’s chances in the U.S. It will be based on the redesigned Colorado pickup truck destined for production and sale in local showrooms sometime next year.

This platform, developed by GM engineers in Brazil, is available in both rear-drive and all-wheel drive variants and can be powered by either gasoline or diesel engines.  

Pictured above is a teaser of the new 2013 Chevrolet TrailBlazer, which will make its official world debut at the 2011 Dubai Motor Show next month.

Stay tuned for an update.
 
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  1. why would they sell the traverse AND the trailblazer? sounds retarded
     
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  2. The previous Trailblazer was plagued with quality and mechanical issues...I'm surprised GM wants to revisit that...But since it's primarily for the Global market, I can understand the desire to fill the void in other markets for a midsize SUV. From the pictures, it does look a WHOLE lot like a Enclave. Anyone agree?
     
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  3. "though it may not be sold in the U.S." Uh, where else was thE Trailblazer sold in mass quantities in an ungodly proportion for nearly a decade?!?! So they want to have the Equinox, Traverse, AND Trailblazer all in the same MARKET? Why? The Traverse is crap. The current Equinox is MAJOR CRAP. What happened to the Orlando small-crossover they were pushing down our throats to accept for 3+ years? I DO NOT APPROVE. This is why I only trust Chrysler.
     
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