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Worth owning but needs "Tweaks"
By Dave on
2000 Chevrolet Blazer LS 2dr SUV
Bought new in 2000. Been all over U.S. east of Miss. river on PGA since. Problems - Front seat recline handles break off, blind spot looking through small left rear window when turning left, AC Compressor weak (all GMs a problem with this), poor positioning of spare inside back left, exterior trim breaks down (plating on luggage rack, trim around rear windows, grill black trim, etc.), Stereo blows up around 30k locking the ignition and electrical. Overall a good ride though with good handling for a high riding SUV. Great acceleration (the V6 is mighty). Regular maintenance at 4000 miles gives you longevity. Would buy again.
Lumbar supports with cloth interior is VERY comfortable. Nice stereo although it has to be replaced soon (CD/AM/FM in dash and cassette in floor console with great speakers), handling great to sit up so high, smooth ride with little road noise, rear seat lowers for great storage, Engine reliable.
Move spare storage from inside to under rear, Blind spot on left redesign, use steel on seat recline levers instead of the pot metal that was used, redesign how stereo is computer connected to the ignition and electrical. A dead stereo shouldn't shut down the entire car!