Whether you’re escaping to one of Stillwater’s lakes or taking a road trip through Oklahoma, the 2023 Chevrolet Trailblazer is ready for your next journey. Adventure is never far away when you have this SUV’s tech tools, off-road capability, and cargo management system. Here’s a look at the most useful 2023 Trailblazer features.
Get the most out of your Trailblazer by opting for the ECOTEC 1.3-liter Turbo engine which offers three drive modes. Make your drive exciting with sport mode, or keep traction on slippery terrain with available all-wheel drive. This engine comes standard on the off-road-optimized ACTIV trim and is packaged with sport terrain tires and a durable front skid plate.
Enjoy your favorite entertainment clutter-free with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ phone integration and the available wireless charging pad. If your backseat passengers are looking for a different tone, they can simply ask Alexa to change the radio channel with Alexa Built-In.
Your adventuring needs are catered to with flexible seating configurations in the 2023 Trailblazer SUV. The back and front seats fold down easily, and the reversible two-tier adaptable cargo storage is ready for luggage or outdoor equipment. If you have larger passengers, they’ll love the best-in-class rear-row leg space with additional room for their gear.
At Wilson Chevrolet, we are happy to provide some of the essential safety accessories necessary for first-time Chevy buyers. Consider picking up these time-saving extras.
Window breaker and seatbelt cutter
Having this tool handy is a faster alternative to using a car seat headrest to break a window in an emergency. One end is equipped with a small knife to cut through a stuck seat belt, while the other functions like a hammer for tempered glass.
Whether they’re used for yourself or helping others, jumper cables are essential for starting a dead battery. Utilizing cables is likely your best solution before coming back to Wilson Chevrolet for a new battery.
Reflective tools such as a flashlight or vest make it much safer when you get a flat tire at night. Other drivers are able to see you on the road and safely maneuver until help comes.
The rain won’t get you down if you have litter or a piece of cardboard on hand. Using these household items gives your tires traction if you get stuck in the mud.
Having this attachment removes the need to look down at your phone for GPS. There are plenty of phone holders on the market, so find the best one for your needs.
Many of these helpful options are available in the Roadside Emergency Kit found in our range of available accessories. To make your experience in your new model even better, be sure to schedule regular maintenance checks at Wilson Chevrolet in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
The 2022 Chevrolet Trailblazer is a subcompact SUV with angular, sporty style, exciting performance, and big capabilities. Equipped with tons of smart tech and plenty of cargo space, this agile little SUV is perfect for hitting the trails or driving in the city.
You might not expect it to be one of the safest vehicles on the road, too. But, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, one of the leading experts in vehicle safety in the U.S., has named the 2022 Trailblazer a Top Safety Pick+.
The Top Safety Pick+ designation is reserved for vehicles who meet a range of crash test criteria. The IIHS tests crashworthiness in six categories, and a vehicle has to receive the top “Good” rating in all six. The headlights also get a rating and need at least an “Acceptable” score.
Finally, to earn the Plus rating, the IIHS tests the vehicle’s available front crash prevention technology. This category has to have at least an “Advanced” rating, with “Superior” being the highest.
The Trailblazer earned a “Good” rating for its headlights depending on the trim level and a “Superior” rating for its vehicle-to-vehicle crash prevention tech. In fact, the Trailblazer comes standard with Chevy Safety Assist, so its Forward Collision Alert with Automatic Emergency Braking feature and Front Pedestrian Braking are both standard.
When you buy a new or used Chevrolet Traverse SUV from Wilson Chevrolet, you get a vehicle that’s packed with convenient features and quality components. But, drivers like you in Stillwater may want more than what the factory included in their family’s SUV, so Chevy offers many OEM-official Chevrolet Traverse accessories for you to upgrade your ride. Here are some great features for Traverse owners in Oklahoma.
All-weather floor liners
Stillwater has some gorgeous nature spots, including Boomer Lake Park, Lake McMurty Sanborn Lake, and Carl Blackwell Lake. And sometimes you track that nature into your SUV on your shoes! Protect the floors of your Traverse from dirt, sand, and snow by equipping it with durable, waterproof floor mats that are precisely shaped to line the footwells beneath your boots.
Roof rack cross rails
Are you an outdoorsy person who likes canoeing or kayaking on one of Stillwater’s gorgeous lakes? Equip your Traverse with a set of cross rails on the roof so you can easily transport your small watercraft to and from the water with ease.
Accessories for pet owners
Do you like to bring your dog along on walks at the park? Outfit your Chevrolet Traverse with pet-friendly accessories that protect your SUV’s interior from dog hair and nail scratches. A rear bench seat cover is a must-have for dog owners in Stillwater, as is an all-weather cargo mat if you crate your puppy behind the back seat.
If you’re interested in equipping your Chevrolet Traverse with accessories like these, contact Wilson Chevrolet in Stillwater. You can order any official Chevy accessories from the manufacturer through our parts department.
All-wheel drive is an incredibly handy and desirable feature for a family SUV. AWD improves traction on wet or snowy roads, makes it easier to drive off-road, and helps you drive with extra confidence. If you’re looking for the best AWD SUV you can buy, U.S. News & World Report recently ranked the Chevrolet Traverse as one of the industry’s top choices.
The Traverse features prominently on the U.S. News list of the 12 Best All-Wheel-Drive SUVs in 2021. For the 2022 model year, every Traverse trim level is available with AWD. Whether you’re interested in the entry-level LS, the sporty RS, or the upscale High Country, you don’t have to compromise what you want to get an AWD model.
The Traverse’s AWD system sends power to all four wheels as needed to improve your grip on the road. Thanks to the Driver Mode Selector, you can switch to FWD to improve your fuel efficiency when AWD isn’t needed. You can also dial up settings like Snow, Off-Road, and Tow/Haul to optimize performance.
In addition to AWD, the Traverse boasts plenty of other high-value capabilities and features. These include three rows and seating for up to eight, 98.2 cubic feet of max cargo space, a mighty 310-horsepower V8 engine, and six standard Chevy Safety Assist technologies.
To try out the Traverse and its AWD system for yourself, stop in for a test drive here at Wilson GM in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Learn about the 2022 Silverado HD’s multi-flex tailgate
You’ve already got plenty of reasons to consider a 2022 Chevrolet Silverado HD if you’re in the market for a hard-working heavy-duty truck that’s as great on the farm as it is on a weekend adventure outdoors. For 2022, Chevy is giving you six more reasons to consider a Silverado HD, thanks to its Multi-Flex Tailgate.
The Multi-Flex Tailgate joined the Silverado lineup with the 2021 Silverado 1500, and it’s now available across the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado HD lineup. This incredible upgrade turns your truck’s tailgate into a six-function powerhouse that makes work, play, and everything in between a little bit easier.
You get six distinct settings with the new Multi-Flex Tailgate: the classic primary gate, a full-width step, an easy-access mode for loading and unloading the bed, an inner gate work surface, and inner gate and primary gate load stops.
Whether you’re using the Silverado HD and its incredibly versatile Durabed to move bales of hay, farming equipment, or camping gear, you’ll have an easier time taking full advantage of the truck bed, thanks to the Multi-Flex Tailgate.
Going on an exciting summer road trip? Before you head out, make sure your ride is ready for it so your vacation isn’t spoiled by a nasty repair bill. Follow these tips to get your Chevrolet as prepared to hit the road as it can be.
Check your car’s fluids
Your car has a lot of fluids, and while some are more crucial than others, they all play an important role. If it’s been a while since your last oil change, make sure to get that done before a summer road trip since your engine might overheat. You’ll also want to check the coolant and windshield fluid. If your brakes feel mushy and your steering isn’t responsive, you should schedule a service appointment to check the brake and power steering fluids as well.
Look at your car’s tires
Tires are some of the most important components of any car. They do a lot more than just get you rolling: they affect safety and fuel economy. If you want a nice, smooth ride on your summer road trip and don’t want to stop for gas every two hours, make sure that your tires are in good condition and properly inflated.
Handle general maintenance
Cars are full of interacting and important components that need general maintenance over time. Have a technician take a look at your brake pads, air filters, and any other areas you suspect may be due for a replacement.
For the best summer road trip and all-around car ownership experience, schedule a service appointment at Wilson Chevrolet in Stillwater, Oklahoma, where our factory-trained technicians will ensure your Chevy is ready for whatever you throw at it.