A simple word search for “dinghy” will get several hits answering your question. Look for the magnifying glass and enter your search parameters.
There are also RV specific forums that have toad subforums. Www.RVForums.com www.iRV2.com
Hey Randy! Thanks for the response. Yeah, since I got my RV late last year I've been stalking all the forums and filling my laptop with bookmarks, files, and notes on the subject! I did come across your posts before, including the in-depth one you posted on the RV forums about the Blue Ox base plate. Also came across another user that had a similar experience (1st fitting) on the Roadmaster. I researched and initially wanted a Honda Fit 2018-2020 manual transmission as a toad - the curb weight was optimal, easy baseplate install, the cargo space was big enough for 2 electric bikes, and the price was right - but it was very hard to find one. So I came across the Trailblazer and it checked off all the boxes on the list and that as long as it was the 9-speed automatic transmission and AWD, it was suitable as a toad. Called the shop where I get work done on my RV, they said it's all good as long as the owner's manual states that it's towable all 4 down, which it does.
My issue is that I've only come across RS AWD owners doing this, and haven't heard of any Activ AWD owners. What worries me more is that when looking for the baseplates from Blue Ox and Roadmaster, I see that they have them listed by the trims levels of L,LS,LT, and RS, but no Activ is listed... even though the only prerequisite for the TB is AWD (which they erroneously listed L as being dinghy capable, which it can't be because that's the only trim level not available in AWD. So, hoping to get clarity on all this!