2004 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4WD 2dr SUV (4.3L 6cyl 5M)
Excellent off the pavement. The lockup
rear differential is a nice touch. Goes
great on snow and ice, as well as mud.
Good low end power for off road or
towing at average hiway speeds. Top end
is a little week, but will do in most
cases. On the road, it's a bit average.
Handles ok, nothing to bragg about.
Some body roll. Mileage is average, for
a large V6 4WD, at 15mpg or better in
town. Style is good. The ZR2 anyway.
Interior is comfortable for anyone
under 6'1". Build quality could be
better. Mostly solid except for some
interior parts. Overall I'd give it a
7.5 rating. Mainly for it's 4WD
Wide stance package. Locking
differential. Six disc stereo. 4WD
works great. Looks pretty cool. ZR2
Deffinately interior parts quality.
Exhaust sounds wimpy. Maybe control the
body roll a little more. And a little
more horsepower. Torque is good for the
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