My 1994 Blazer Tahoe LT is the first
truck I've ever owned. I bought it
used in 1996. At the time of this
review, it has ~165k miles. In the
past 6 yrs, I have replaced the O2
sensor and EGR valve. Other than
regular maintenance and the
occassional cleaning of carbon from
the system, the Blazer has been a "jam-
up" truck. The Vortec V6 will FLY --
without a hefty toll on fuel economy.
BTW, I like the Blazer so much, I'm
moving up to a Yukon SLT next.
Plain & simple, the Vortec V6 engine
is the best attribute of the Chevy
Blazer. Second would be the
convenience features of power
everything (except mirrors).
Well, we're two generations out since
the 1994 Blazer -- and most of the
improvements that were needed have
been met by the
TrailBlazer/Tahoe/Yukon and others.
The only negatives I can think of are
the UGLY 2nd gen Blazers ('95-'02) and
the low fuel economy.
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