by jamel on Sep 29, 2009 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Blazer LT 4dr SUV
I currently own a 2000 chevy blazer and I thought I had a very reliable truck, however the truck is currently in the shop for lower manifold replacement due to a leak, new fuel pump about 3 months ago,new rear brakes about 2 months ago,fuel filter about 1 month ago, replaced alternator about 6 mos after I got it! replaced rad and hose 3 days ago! the list goes on! How can I remain true to a company when I have to foot all the bills!I wonder if GM bigwigs are driving Chevys? probably not!
by rich prestia on Dec 27, 2008 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Blazer LT 4dr SUV
This is my 1st. SUV and I'm 45 yrs old! I initially set out to buy a Jeep Cherokee Sport. But after trying one out it was too small (interior wise) for me, I'm 6'3". Then when car shopping in Brooklyn...I saw her. I immediately bought her. I wound up with a wonderful, dependable truck! I've set it up with synthetic oil and put Lucas gas treatment in every tank and this baby is great!
by Lora on Jan 13, 2007 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Blazer LT 4dr SUV
A very nice vehicle for 4 people. Handles well, but ride a little rough. Transmission went out approx. 68,000m. Then driver power window motor stopped working. 114,000 heater has stopped working. I enjoy this vehicle. I got a lot better gas mileage with a K & N air filter.
by msnyder on Oct 6, 2004 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Blazer LT 4dr SUV
Took delivery 12-99. Most problems have
been on the quirky side. Door weather
strips, passenger seat handle, drivers
door bushings have been replaced. Only
major expense at 57,000 miles so far
has been the fuel pump. I love extended
warranty coverage. Backseat might be a
little tight for three growing kids.
Over all a good buy. Will keep until we
outgrow it. Even then it might hang
around as a second car. By that time my
86 S-10 with 170,000 miles might be
ready for retirement.
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