Do you know that feeling that you get when you see a car, and it stops you dead in your tracks? That’s exactly what I felt when I saw the 2023 Chevy Trailblazer. It was smaller than a full sized-SUV but more rugged than a car – and I instantly couldn’t wait to get behind the wheel.
If you want a small SUV, you have to check out the Trailblazer. It has so many great features that are family-friendly and fun to use! Femme Drive ladies had a blast driving it plus the color as you can see was on point!
Smart safety features
Driving isn’t the same as it once was. The Trailblazer knows that – and makes it super simple to use! With smart features like front pedestrian braking and forward collision alert, you can rest easy knowing that every time you get behind the wheel, you’re safe and secure!
Who says you have to break the bank to afford a nice new car? With a price point that anyone can afford, you’re going to love knowing what you can get! Starting at $23k
Amazing gas mileage
I don’t know about you, but I hate pulling up to the gas pumps! It’s expensive, tiring, and sometimes – just a pain! What I loved about driving this Trailblazer was that it got amazing gas mileage. And I mean amazing!
While we were driving around the city, we averaged 29 MPG, and while we were on the highway, we averaged around 33 MPG.
The RS has the same upgraded engine as the Activ. It adds 18-inch wheels, black exterior accents, and upholstery that combines cloth with simulated leather. Options include a hands-free liftgate, a panoramic sunroof, wireless device charging, automatic climate control, an 8-inch touchscreen, blind-spot warning, and rear cross-traffic alert.
That’s pretty awesome for any car, and I was so impressed!
If you’re in the market for an affordable new car that won’t break the bank at the pump, give the Chevy Trailblazer a try! It’s the perfect small SUV that is comfortable, easy to drive, and ready for just about anything!
After driving it for a few days, I was quickly converted to a Trailblazer fan. It was such a blast to drive – and I already miss it!
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