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    Default Is it time for the Trailblazer to get a redesign?

    The 2007 model is the 6th year of production for the Chevy Trailblazer, is it time to do a major overhaul, or "if it aint broke, don't fix it?"

    Anyone have any thoughts on this?
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    Default RE: Is it time for the Trailblazer to get a redesign?

    You should start a poll on this.
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    Default RE: Is it time for the Trailblazer to get a redesign?

    It looks like Motor Trend is forecasting that the Chevy Trailblazer will be redesigned in 2008. Let's keep out eyes and ears out, beucase that's only about 9 months away from hitting the dealers lots.
    John ~ New Mexico ~ It's all about the bowtie!
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    Default RE: Is it time for the Trailblazer to get a redesign?

    I have heard that the TB was going to be redesigned either in 2008 or 2009. We'll see. I'm looking forward to it. They did a good job on the Tb and I am a happy and satisfied TB owner.
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    Default RE: Is it time for the Trailblazer to get a redesign?

    Change is sometimes good & sometimes bad, I think they are due for a redesign with all the other current gm redesigns but should save one of the best for last.

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    Default RE: Is it time for the Trailblazer to get a redesign?

    I'm not certain what the longest that a vehicle has gone w/o being redesigned? I guess the Suburban kept it basic shape for 20 years until 1990.

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    Default RE: Is it time for the Trailblazer to get a redesign?

    Considering how long GM has kept with this body style and also considering how many have been sold.
    I think a better question is why hasn't the aftermarket done more for those of us who own these vehicles?
    Sure GM will change the body slightly, and although I really like my TB, I think I'll pick a different model next time after doing some research to see which one I can personalize the way I want it to look, this model doesn't have too many aftermarket parts to choose from. It seems to all be OEM Chevy Parts

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    Default RE: Is it time for the Trailblazer to get a redesign?

    this model doesn't have too many aftermarket parts to choose from. It seems to all be OEM Chevy Parts
    I'm actually surprised to hear that. I don't own one, so I have no idea, but I figured as well as they've sold there should be a healthy aftermarket for the TB.
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    I have heard that the TB was going to be redesigned either in 2008 or 2009. We'll see. I'm looking forward to it. They did a good job on the Tb and I am a happy and satisfied TB owner.
    It's not going to be redesigned. It'a going away. The new GMC Acadia is the replacement for the Envoy. I am not sure what Chevy will call their version of the same vehicle line. It's not a bad looking SUV but it's not a Envoy.
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    Where did you hear that it is going to be discontinued?

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