2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LTZ 4.2
It is a good product
Only defects, the painting of the buttons on the radio, and the commands on the steering wheel have deteriorated.
The suspension is soft.
Here, this model is adapted to the Liquefied Petrol Gas (LPG and Gasoline). It keeps the bi-carburation (dual mode), the performance is not decreased in LPG mode.
This conversion is made by a garage affiliated to the "Comité Francais du Butane et du Propane". (CFBP - http://www.cfbp.fr). The tax system in France produces great interest in the conversion of this mid-size truck to LPG.
It gives a consumption in LPG mode of 15 liters for 100Km.
In gasoline mode, the consumption is 13.5 liters for 100Km.
In France, in March 2008, the LPG costs 0.70€ / Litre. It remains financially reasonable.
The gasoline costs 1.45€ / Litre, it is much less interesting, but is useful when the LPG tank is empty.
40,000km later on the roads of France, no particular problem.
The vehicle is powerful and smooth, and runs very well in any event.
The passengers feel at ease, and the comfort is very correct.
The handling is remarkable, on twisty roads and on freeways.
At present, the parity Euro/dollar and the arrival on the European market of the American vehicles, allows one to benefit from advantageous prices.
In conclusion, it is a good product and I recommend it to those who value comfort, safety and power.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 9th March, 2008