05 trailblazer?


I am thinking about buying an 05 Trailblazer for my girlfriend to ride. just wondering if anyone has advice on these machines i have never rode one. just let me know what you think of these machines

Easy to ride, automatic, single brake, 2 stroke power, but on the mild side when stock, but enough to get her around just fine.

Look for loose ball joints, tie rod ends, rear bearings, chain, sprockets when or before you get it. these are normal wear items along with brakes and such. other than that they are pretty good.

Had one since 02, going to sell it soon cause the rider is going on to school.

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