The interior as well as the exterior have held up against the wear of time, especially considered it is not ever parked in a garage. I bought this vehicle used from a friend with around 100,000 miles on it. If the fuel pump fails completely, rather than wearing down or having a problem with the relief valve, then your vehicle becomes undrivable. No rust on the blazer. The drivers seat went back far enough to sleep comfortable. There is plenty of leg room.
The four wheel drive and manual overdrive were especially useful. Like the S-10 Blazer, three trim levels base Sierra, up-level Sierra Classic, and sporty Gypsy Sport were offered. It was made of plastic and was only supposed to hold, If I remember correctly, 200lbs; which is okay for luggage but any sort of couch or furniture that might catch the wind on the highway was a concern so I didn't get much use out of that. The visibility around the vehicle was adequate, I never had a problem with spacing my vehicle. The stereo was cheap and the knobs would pop off for no reason. The V-6 suffered from heat-related head failure, computer-controlled carburetor issues, and low torque. I had to repair the hoses, having the cooling system flushed and eventually had to have the whole thing rebuilt.
The stereo was old, like a car from 1991 rather than 2001. I even bought a Blazer for my father after owning mine for a year. We are a small business with a huge task ahead. It's low to the ground profile is good for my friends and family that don't have either the strength of youthfulness to get climb up into a tall vehicle. Also, S-15 Jimmy equipment levels mirrored those of the S-10 Blazer models, meaning, for example, that a Sierra Classic was equal to the Tahoe. Nothing to write home about. I can pack it up and take off for a week, or pile my three big dogs in it and take off for the day.
This vehicle has plenty of room and comfortably seats 5 people. Playboy magazine awarded the S-10 Truck of the Year for 1995. The interior quality was standard. It was fast and blew hard and hot. Can be a great daily driver or an awesome off road.
The seating was really good, I felt as comfortable in the back seat as I did in the front. It has been well worth every penny I paid for this vehicle. And riding in the truck felt more like a ca. The height of the truck was lower to the ground which made it easy to get in and out for my passengers. But it still passed inspection again so it is good for another two years.
Tire pressure was a constant concern. Two-tone paint was also a popular option for the model back then. I plan on buying another car soon, but I will still drive this one daily 'til I literally drive the wheels off it. And riding in the truck felt more like a car than a utility vehicle. A 1x4 splice kit included for vehicles with 2x2 connector. The Hombre replaced the P'Up, the last Japanese-made compact pickup truck sold in the U.
The gas mileage is pretty good as well. The shifter was very smooth and I had no problem rocking myself out during muddy encounters. I was able to fit 5 comfortably. The roof rack was minimal at best. The shifter was very smooth and I had no problem rocking myself out during muddy encounters. .
Our knowledgeable staff will be there to assist you with everything from order placement to tech support with installation. During the summer the seats wouldn't deal well with moisture, often being damp during the summer months. All cars rust up here with the salt and sand in winter. The cooling system was a constant hassle. The head lamps were canted well and I had no problem with visibility. Go food shopping and everything fits in the back.
A 1x4 splice kit included for vehicles with 2x2 connector. The stereo was old, like a car from 1991 rather than 2001. New trim on the blazer. The interior does rattle a bit and feels a little cheap and plastic, but everything still works. It has been well worth every penny I paid for this vehicle.
Its lineup of engines included a heavy, iron cast 2. During the summer the seats wouldn't deal well with moisture, often being damp during the summer months. The get up and go of the throttle was lacking, but with the overdrive supposed to be always engaged I knew it had the towing power needed to haul loads. So later this year when It's time for me to start looking, I will be looking at the Trailblazers. Also, Blazers have had problems with the computers that make its fuel gauge meter work. So if you are ready to work with a company who cares about your truck, business, and satisfaction give us a call at 336-792-2011 or contact us by.