It's not the fastest vehicle you'll
ever drive but it may well be one of
the best. I'm ready to turn 100,000 and
it still drives like a new vehicle. Its
done alot of hauling and still has the
original shocks and suspension. I had a
problem with the air conditioner at
80,000 but the extended warranty took
care of it 100%. Other than oil changes
at 5,000, belt replacements, brakes,
and one tune-up, this vehicle has cost
The tail gate is one of the reasons I
hold onto my 1995. It's better for that
Home Depot trip and that occational
tail gate party.
My 95' could have used a few more
horses under the hood but other than
that there is nothing I would change.
The newer models on the other hand need
the chrome and tail gate brought back.
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