The full-size SUV segment has always been dominated by two vehicles – Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour in recent times. Quite a few manufacturers launched products in the segment including the now-defunct Chevrolet. The American automobile giant launched the Captiva and then the behemoth Trailblazer, which did not do well in the market in spite of offering the powerful engine. The Trailblazer did not sell much when it was available in the market but if you’re something looking for a value-for-money SUV, you can find quite a few options on sale in the used car market. Here is one such Trailblazer for sale and this one is priced lower than many sub-4m compact SUVs like the Hyundai Venue and Mahindra XUV300. Here are the details.
The car on sale is located in Delhi but it carries a registration number from Jharkhand. The asking price of this Trailblazer is Rs 12.95 lakhs only, which makes it cheaper than a lot of mass-segment cars available in the new car market today. This is a 2017 model, which makes it only 3 years old. The seller has not mentioned the number of kilometres done by the vehicle but since it is a diesel vehicle, it should not matter much. Diesel engines can last for lakhs of kilometres without any major engine issues.
This white coloured Chevrolet Captiva is in a perfect condition from the looks. The pictures of the SUV show that there are no dents or scratches on the body. It is not mentioned if it has been ever involved in a major accident though. If you want such information, you can always ask for the service history of the car. Service history will help you to verify the odometer reading of any vehicle and also gives you an indication of the car getting involved in any kind of incident by giving your repair details.
The car comes powered by a 2.8-litre diesel engine that generates a maximum power of 200 PS and a massive torque of 500 Nm. It gets an automatic transmission only but it is not a 4X4 vehicle. So it might be the perfect partner for your weekend trips and reaching a few extreme places but no hardcore off-roading can be done. More pictures show the cabin of this Trailblazer and the car looks neat without much sign of wear and tear.
Also, it should be noted that Chevrolet has packed up from the Indian market and the manufacturer does not sell any new car here. However, there are a few authorised dealerships across India that are still operating so sourcing parts for this SUV should not be a problem. For more details and information, please contact the seller directly.