Trailblazer Facelifted Front - Fitted to Old shape




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    Cool Trailblazer Facelifted Front - Fitted to Old shape

    Hi. I was about to buy the new TB facelift. I am driving the 2013 2.8 LTZ Man 4X4. Then after doing some research, found that I would nearly be paying double for not much change to my current vehicle. I have a few questions concerning the old vehicle.

    1] Does anyone who owns this vehicle have issues with their driver seat comfort. When driving long stretches, it seems to be working on my back quit heavily.
    2] Would the new face fit on the old vehicle?

    Thanks.....Waiting patiently.

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    Kevin I do not experience comfort issues when driving long distances. I set my seat to be comfortable for myself and that is that. I must say I experience the TB leather seats to be a bit harder than my Isuzu I had. I do have 2013 2.8 LTZ.
    Your second point - I do not know but why should one want to do something like that? Here Cape Town are 2 TB's owned buy father and son, that have an Isuzu front, light and stuff and actually looks mean. I know the owners of these and the cost to get that look is not worth for me. Why am I saying this- purely if you "upgrade" to that face and look, maybe you can also fit the new facelift look!
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    Default Re: Trailblazer Facelifted Front - Fitted to Old shape

    This is how the Isuzu/Trailblazer I am referring to looks.

    Uys Snyders

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    Default Re: Trailblazer Facelifted Front - Fitted to Old shape

    Uys, I saw this one (or one of the two) in Yzerfontein in December. I could not figure out how and why as the Isuzu version in Aus has a different backend as well. Thanks for solving the mystery.
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    Default Re: Trailblazer Facelifted Front - Fitted to Old shape

    Hi Uys,

    I actually do not fancy the Isuzu face. I am thinking of adding the new TB look to the my old shape. I love the new look. It looks more grown up. I surely would not pay the extra R300K just for the few tweeks. I met a lady who also spoke about back issues while driving long distances. But we both are short........Mayb I need a pillow...LOL

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    Default Re: Trailblazer Facelifted Front - Fitted to Old shape

    Kevin I promise you when length was handed out I was also at the back of the row!
    I set my seat to max height, far back as possible and the back side to a comfortable position, and change it from time to time while driving to force a bit of different position. Maybe that works for me!
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