2001 Chevrolet S-10 2dr Extended Cab LS 2WD SB (2.2L 4cyl 5M)
I drive approximately 1000 miles per
week in my S10. It's a 4 cylinder and
gets about 23 mpg on average. So far
I've been somewhat happy with the
truck. The 4 cylinder is very
underpowered for the mountain driving I
do. The brakes have been completely
replaced twice. New tires at 37k. New
transmission at 39k. The tailgate does
not stay latched and does not line up
correctly with the bed. The window
weather stripping has been replaced
because kept falling off. The fuel
gauge is not always accurate. It is
sometimes off by a quarter of a tank.
There really isn't anything I like more
than normal. I do have an after market
remote starter installed. I do like
that a lot.
Fix the tailgates. Fix the easily worn
arm rest. Fix the fuel gauges.
Improve the brake and tire qualities.
Remove worthless rear jump seat and
replace with a good set of rear
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