The main thing that turned me on to the
S10 was the exterior looks. The
interior comforts leave much to desire.
There have been times where I've put
Chevy's (built)'Like a Rock' statement
to the test and the truck came thru
boldly. During my course of ownership,
there have been certain parts that
break, which should never break:
rearview mirror fell off, 'fold-a-way'
side mirrors break, heater core goes
bad and drips antifreeze in cabin,
clutch switch. 112K miles
props to Chevy's powertrain department,
good paint, good highway ride, hauls a
heavier load than you think
tach with a 5-sp!!, a serious antilock
brake upgrade, firmer seats, have other
interior materials besides dull, gray
plastic, more accurate fuel gauge
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