Used 2002 Chevrolet S-10
Edmunds' Expert Review
Now eight years old (that's, like, 80 in people years), the Chevy S-10 is in desperate need of a redesign. That's coming, and soon. But for now, this middling edition is on sale. Try the Dodge Dakota, Ford Ranger, Mazda B-Series or Toyota Tacoma on for size instead, pardner.
Like most of today's compact trucks, Chevrolet's S-Series offers the practicality of a pickup with a smaller, more manageable size that makes it a viable small car alternative. With three body styles, two trim levels and two different engines and transmissions, the S-10 is sure to be sold in a combination that will work for you. Two-wheel-drive S-10s come in either regular or extended-cab body styles. The standard engine is a 2.2-liter four-cylinder rated at 120 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque mated to a five-speed manual transmission, with a four-speed automatic optional. If a four-wheel drive S-10 is your preference, you can choose between an extended or crew cab body style. The standard engine on these models is a 4.3-liter Vortec V6 with 180 horsepower and 245 lb-ft of torque (250 on 4WD). A five-speed manual transmission is standard on extended cabs, while the four-speed automatic comes standard on crew cabs and optional on extended cabs. The 4.3-liter Vortec V6 is also an option on both 2WD S-10s.
The S-10 comes in two trim levels: base and LS. Base trim gets you features like dual airbags, an AM/FM stereo, four-wheel antilock brakes and power steering. Upgrading to the LS trim level will add full carpeting, dual power outlets, deluxe cloth upholstery, an upgraded stereo system, as well as additional optional features not available on base models.
If you want an S-10 with a little more attitude, check out the ZR2 or Xtreme options packages. The ZR2 turns an extended cab 4x4 into a serious off-road machine with a wide stance suspension, 3-inch-taller ride height, Bilstein gas pressurized shocks and 31-inch off-road tires. On the other end of the spectrum is the Xtreme package available on both regular and extended-cab 2WD S-10s. This package drops the truck 2 inches, adds ground effects, a quick ratio steering box, Bilstein shocks and optional full-length stripes for the ultimate street machine look.
All S-10s feature a full complement of easy-to-read gauges, but the upright dashboard is constructed of cheap- and brittle-looking plastic. Despite a low-height windshield, visibility is excellent, aided by huge side mirrors. This year, extended-cab models get a standard third door for easier access to the rear seats. Although there are two jump seats in back, space is limited, so rear passengers will be comfortable for short trips only.
Like many Chevrolets, the S-10 is loaded with value once price is taken into account, and with so many configurations to choose from, you're likely to find a pickup that suits your needs and wants. While we're not thrilled with its low-buck interior, especially compared to its main competitor, the Ford Ranger, the S-10 does have a commanding exterior presence in either ZR2 or Xtreme form that's sure to turn some heads.
Features & Specs
Used 2002 Chevrolet S-10 Overview
The Used 2002 Chevrolet S-10 is offered in the following submodels: , , . Available styles include 4dr Crew Cab LS 4WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 2dr Regular Cab 2WD SB (2.2L 4cyl 5M), 2dr Regular Cab 2WD LB (2.2L 4cyl 4A), 2dr Regular Cab LS 2WD SB (2.2L 4cyl 4A), 3dr Extended Cab 4WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 5M), 3dr Extended Cab LS ZR2 4WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 3dr Extended Cab LS 4WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 3dr Extended Cab 2WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 5M), 3dr Extended Cab LS 2WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 2dr Regular Cab 2WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 5M), 3dr Extended Cab 2WD SB (2.2L 4cyl 5M), 2dr Regular Cab LS 2WD LB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 3dr Extended Cab LS Xtreme 2WD SB (2.2L 4cyl 4A), 2dr Regular Cab LS 2WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 3dr Extended Cab LS 2WD SB (2.2L 4cyl 4A), 3dr Extended Cab LS Xtreme 2WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 3dr Extended Cab LS ZQ8 2WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 2dr Regular Cab LS ZQ8 2WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), 2dr Regular Cab LS Xtreme 2WD SB (4.3L 6cyl 4A), and 2dr Regular Cab LS Xtreme 2WD SB (2.2L 4cyl 4A).
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