Thank you for the add! Here is my 2022 Trailblazer RS I picked it up last Tuesday.
Never saw the all Black before. I thought all the RS in Black had the red roof. I prefer the all black. But I am a nut about a dirty car, lol. I had a black Camaro once and spent 1/2 my life whenever possible during the winter at a car wash. I was extreme. My neighbor used to laugh at me and tell me you know it is just as dirty as any other color. To this day it's my favorite though. BUT to find an RS in this area (upstate New York) is like finding a cure for cancer. I finally got my hands on a white one (as if I had a choice) with black roof and I'm totally pleased. Yours looks sharp!
I took an RS because that is what they had. I love it. But I too would have gladly taken an LT. I think it too is a great looking car. Assuming you picked an AWD mechanically it is the same as an RS. The big difference is styling (fascias, emblems, interior fabrics and coloring of red accents on RS). Wheels and tire size are different but to the typical person looking at the wheel/tire I doubt many think oh that is a 17 inch versus and 18 inch. So to me picking an LT is not settling, it is a great looking car.Yeah I ended up settling for an LT with all the options because I couldn't find an RS. But, I have learned to love the LT as it seems like everywhere I go you see RS and it makes my LT seem a little more unique.
Ij too watched endless hours of tests drives and reviews on Youtube about the Trailblazer. So many spoke about it not having the best pickup in speed, and finding flaws with such silly complaints like "the red stiches in the seats should be wider, they didn't like the black insert on the bottom of the steering wheel, the armrest should have more padding, etc., etc. A lot of these posts/videos are just "wanabe's" and not reputable, reliable. I bought my RS (2022) and was hesitant about much of what I read. I can say clearly now, what the heck were they talking about?? My previous car was a 2018 Equinox. I was very pleased with it. In every aspect. I just wanted something new in styling and a bit smaller. First of all I find the RS to be FAR more "peppy" than I anticipated based upon the reviews, and far more responsive than my Equinox. And I drive it only in "normal" mode, not "sport" mode which I imagine is even better. If you look at reviews make sure you are looking at those about the "RS" which has the 1.3L engine. "lesser" models without AWD have the 1.2L.Thank you! Hopefully, you are fine after Ida.