The 2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer has some cutting-edge features on its options list, which is surprising for a vehicle of its age.
There are several different trims offered for the 2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer, each with its own level of featured equipment. The 1LT is the basic, and according to Cars.com, this 2008 Chevrolet "comes standard with two-zone manually adjustable air conditioning; an AM-FM-satellite radio/CD player; four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes; power windows, locks, and mirrors; remote keyless entry; cruise control; front and rear intermittent wipers; a rear defroster; floor mats; fog lights; automatic-on headlights with daytime running lights; folding rear seats; body-color bumpers and moldings; front cloth bucket seats; an eight-way power driver's seat; stability control; tire-pressure monitoring; a trailer preparation package; a transmission-oil cooler; 17-inch wheels; a 4.2-liter inline-six with 285 horsepower; and a four-speed automatic transmission"--as well as XM Satellite Radio and OnStar.
Car and Driver, nonetheless, dismisses this gear: "this SUV is showing its age."
More expensive Chevrolet 2008 TrailBlazer trims (LS and SS versions) offer extras such as dual-zone automatic climate control, rear-seat air conditioning and heat, a rear cargo mat, an overhead console, a trip computer, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, heated power side-view mirrors, leather seats, and a top-of-the-line Bose sound system. Kelley Blue Book also mentions that "limited-slip rear differential, touch-screen navigation radio and power-adjustable foot pedals" are available options on the Chevrolet 2008.
For a few dollars more, 2008 Chevrolet "options include a backseat entertainment system with a DVD player, power-adjustable pedals and leather seating surfaces," according to Cars.com. Edmunds avers, "The LS comes decently equipped, while the LT allows access to some higher-level features."