I am new to the area and was looking to trade in my car for a new Sorento. The height of the truck was lower to the ground which made it easy to get in and out for my passengers. The interior does rattle a bit and feels a little cheap and plastic, but everything still works. The V-6 suffered from heat-related head failure, computer-controlled carburetor issues, and low torque. Thanks again for helping me with my new vehicle!!!! I do like the drivers seat adjustment options.
Classics on Autotrader is your one-stop shop for the best classic cars, muscle cars, project cars, exotics, hot rods, classic trucks, and old cars for sale. The Hombre replaced the P'Up, the last Japanese-made compact pickup truck sold in the U. 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 wi. The head lamps were canted well and I had no problem with visibility. This vehicle was able to withstand hitting a deer at 65mph like a tank, with only the radiator and front headlight assembly receiving damage! Off roading was suitable, the balance of the truck maintained itself when driving across an incline and on trails. Brakes The S-10 brake system was originally a front-disc, rear-drum setup, which changed for the 1998 model to four-wheel discs. Help me with new tires.
But it still passed inspection again so it is good for another two years. The trucks were identical, save for different grille styling and rear-end garnishment. Comfortable yet easy-moving, its worry-free transmission and its strong engine have lots of soul for an inexpensive price. The trunk space was also good, going camping I was able to fit full size shovels and other gear easily. The gas mileage is pretty good as well. The interior quality was standard.
Please call or email for more information! The back seat also folds down to create more room if needed. The speakers would rattle in their housing. But it was pretty much the same truck as before. Rear Bumper Color - Chrome Power Steering Abs - 4-Wheel Power Brakes Clock Radio - Am Tire Type Wheel Diameter - 15 Inch Tinted Glass Side Mirror Adjustments. When originally purchased it was top of the line for its model. The four wheel drive and manual overdrive were especially useful.
It has been well worth every penny I paid for this vehicle. The electric motors for the windows crapped out around 100k miles. It has been well worth every penny I paid for this vehicle. I won't go anywhere else ever! Nothing to write home about. I have owned 2 s10 blazers, the first I rolled with almost250 thothousand miles, my new one now has almost 260 and I dont plan on ever selling it or parking it! The trunk space was also good, going camping I was able to fit full size shovels and other gear. All I have had to do is keep up the old changes and change the brakes. Also, when traveling I was able to fit my family's full size suit cases.
I even bought a Blazer for my father after owning mine for a year. Although it has a little minor damage on the wheel wells it does include four new tires, the battery the serpentine belt and the starter all or within 2 years old. And riding in the truck felt more like a ca. Interior On first-generation models, interior dash and panel materials were of higher quality and secured with sturdier mounts; the second generation's loose, plastic panels often squeaked and rattled, unlike the previous model's construction techniques. This V6 1993 Chevy Blazer includes the Tahoe package leather seats tilt wheel electric locks, windows, mirrors it has cruise control, tow package, running boards, luggage rack.
In fact, I've taken it across the country four times since I bought it and it was reliable every time. The space in the back was good enough only when there were one or two passengers. It has over 212,000 miles and is still going strong. 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. Are you looking to buy your dream classic car? In fact, I've taken it across the country four times since I bought it and it was reliable every time. The visibility around the vehicle was adequate, I never had a problem with spacing my vehicle. It was fast and blew hard and hot.
All cars rust up here with the salt and sand in winter. The back end is rusting a bit, but that is to be expected in the northeast where I live. We appreciate your business and hope to see you soon! 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. But even with this great honor, it is undeniable that the S-10 Blazer had been known to have some problems. The stereo was old, like a car from 1991 rather than 2001. Transmission The Blazer jerks from first to second gear; it's worse on wet days because it will jerk harder on that upshift. The visibility around the vehicle was adequate, I never had a problem with spacing my vehicle.