The Trailblazer is available in 5 trim levels: L, LS, LT, ACTIV and RS. An impressive standard feature list includes a 7-inch infotainment system, 3 selectable terrain drive modes, power locks and windows, 16-inch wheels, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, remote keyless entry, 3 USB ports, 4G LTE hotspot capability, steering-wheel-mounted controls and a host of standard advanced safety features.
Stepping into a LS adds availability for the larger engine and all-wheel-drive, front safety technology, a fold-flat passenger seat, 17-inch painted aluminum wheels and signature LED daytime running lights. LT further adds roof rails, foglamps, heated seats and remote start capability.
ACTIV trimmed Trailblazers add equipment better-suited for rough roads including heavy duty suspension components, a dual exhaust setup, unique exterior styling and 17-inch wheels with Hankook Sport Terrain all-season tires that feature a more aggressive shoulder design over other tire models.
Lastly the RS model also features dual exhaust like the ACTIV, but adds 18-inch machined aluminum wheels with black inserts, cloth/leatherette seats with red accents and a flat-bottom steering wheel wrapped in leather.
Standard safety features include forward collision alert, automatic emergency braking, front pedestrian braking, Intellibeam headlamps, lane-keep assist with lane-departure warning, rear-vision camera, rear-seat reminder and OnStar4. The Trailblazer also offers some very strong tech options that include adaptive cruise control, rear park assist, lane change alert with blind-spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and an HD rear vision camera.