Holden has revealed the Trailblazer fullsize SUV 2017 officially. It replaced the Colorado 7 in the company’s portfolio. It is all set to be the 4×4 SUV for more families with an array of upgrades to safety, design, drivability and technology. This year in October the 2017 Holden Trailblazer will go on sale in Australia. The GM has revised the front end of the car to attract some more customers. At the back nothing has changed. But after getting inside the car you will find out that its interior is largely redesigned.
The 2017 Holden Trailblazer has improved a lot compared to its predecessor. It features an array of passive and active safety features. It includes hill start assist, hill descent control, trailer sway control and driver’s knee airbag. The LTZ models will come with a rear cross traffic alert and side blind zone alert. Holden will offer a remote car start as an option. It will allow the SUV to reach a comfortable cabin temperature before any passengers climb in.
The 2017 Holden Trailblazer as an early reveal in late August it earned a 5 star rating from the ANCAP. This is because of the electronic stability system and standard 7 airbags. Its motivation is powered by familiar Duramax 2.8 litre turbodisel engine. It sends power to all the four wheels via a 6 speed automatic gearbox. Holden said that despite of the long list of design upgrades and technology introductions the Trailblazer 2017 pricing is not changed from its predecessor. According to CarAdvice reports the prices for the refreshed model will start at $36,872.