Take Care of Your Body

Written by Kevin Schappell

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·Avoid driving through large puddles of standing water. This water is loaded with salt and will get thrown into allrepparttar cracks and crevices of your car. ·When springtime rolls around, treat your car to a good wax job again. Make sure to get all ofrepparttar 102745 road grime and salt off ofrepparttar 102746 car before you begin waxing. With proper care and love, you body will stay in shape for years to come.

Kevin Schappell maintains http://www.carbuyersclub.com where he gives advice on buying, selling, insurance, and financing. A mechanical engineer and car guy, Kevin has decided to spend his online time helping others learn about automobiles. To learn more about how your car works, Kevin has createdhttp://www.mycarwizard.com

Chevrolet Trailblazer 2005: The Weekly Driver Review

Written by James Raia

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Standard features are adequate: power mirrors, heated daytime running lamps, remote keyless entry, tinted rear glass, 65/35 second and third-row folding seats and a rear window defogger, among other standard items.

Three options packages,repparttar aforementioned Sun, Sound and Entertainment, as well asrepparttar 102744 Luxury and V8 Power Play packages, can add nearly $7,000 torepparttar 102745 base sticker, pushingrepparttar 102746 total price to more than $41,000.

Some options are worthwhile, includingrepparttar 102747 OnStar Emergency System (with one year of free service) and leather-appointed seats. Other options – cruise control, leather-wrapped steering wheel and steering wheel audio controls – are standard for other manufacturers' SUVs.

A Preferred Equipment Savings reduction of $3,150 lowersrepparttar 102748 top-of-the line Blazer's price, after a $685 destination charge, to $38,515.

As such,repparttar 102749 Blazer isn'trepparttar 102750 most expensive or most economical SUV onrepparttar 102751 market. But certainly, for nearly $40,000, good brakes and sufficient second-row headroom shouldn't be issues.

2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer

Safety features -- Dual-stage driver and front passenger airbags. Antilock brakes.

Fuel Mileage (estimates) -- 14 mpg (city), 19 mpg (highway).

Warranty -- Bumper to bumper, 3 years/36,000 miles; Power train, 3 years/36,000 miles; Corrosion, 6 years/100,000 miles; 24-hour free roadside assistance, 3 years, 36,000 miles

Base price -- $34,270.00

James Raia is a Sacramento, Calif., journalist who writes about sports, travel and lifestyle topics as well as the automotive column, The Weekly Driver Review.

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