Cruise control, and Bluetooth phone connectivity. An audio system with a digital radio, at least six speakers, and auxiliary and micro-USB inputs for devices such as an iPod or phone.
Smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, which allows you to display and control some phone functions from the car’s touchscreen. For example, you can make calls, see text messages, and show on the touchscreen directions from a navigation app.
A reversing camera, which displays on the touchscreen a view from behind the car, and rear parking sensors, which warn of the proximity of obstacles when reversing.
Seven seats. Sidesteps, which make it easier to get in and out of the car.
Headlights that come on automatically when it gets dark. Daytime running lights, which make the car more visible, and foglights.
Shiny alloy wheels, which generally are lighter than steel wheels.
Electronic Traction Control, which helps on slippery surfaces and allows you go further off road.
Hill Start Control, which prevents the car rolling backwards when you are starting off on a steep hill.
Hill Descent Control, which helps you control the car on steep off-road descents.
Seven airbags, and Electronic Stability Control. (For the placement of airbags, and more on the Trailblazer’s safety systems, please open the Safety section below.)
The Trailblazer comes with a 100,000km, three-year warranty.