2021Trailblazer RS AWD Scarlet Red Metallic
Yes and so far this year Chevy has sold just over 17k Trailblazers with sales very strong right now in Q3. The fact they are selling so well is why the rebates aren't as good and why dealers are being stingy with their inventory.My vin is 14160. So is that 13k, 14k units made?
Same concern here, my wife is the primary driver. NHTSA only has 1 reported case where a Trailblazer owner had a hard time stopping, so it doesn't appear to be a widespread problem. It's hard to say how many sensors our there were contaminated by the supplier to GM, so it's nearly impossible to guess how many Trailblazers might be affected at this time. TrashPandaPerformance should notify GM and the NHTSA of the problem he experienced. It might help speed up this process since he is only the second person I've heard of who experienced brake failure.My wife drives this thing daily. I don't know if she could STOMP on it to stop it if need be. Heck I may not if it happens when we are on traffic or city traffic.
It should make you worry when me and the technician talked tuesday afternoon he said the same thing pretty much and made it clear in front of the sales manager how bad this issue could potentially be. He subsequently doesn't like the service department there anymore then me.Your last sentence is of no comfort. eeeks.
We do, but maybe other owners haven't seen this. It does mention that you should still be able to stop by applying more pressure to the brakes which makes sense. You just won't have any assist. I'm starting to wonder if TrashPandaPerformance has a new or different brake problem. Either way it's still scary.Didn't we know that already?