It is a truck, after all. There was also an version, the. Run it to the redline and the transmission resists shifting, the synchros waiting until revs drop. It would be another six years before Isuzu re-entered the pick-up market with the , which formed the basis for the S-10's successor, the. For the 2004 model year, the regular and extended cab models were discontinued; only the crew cab model was retained. The major differences are in the bumper, lamps and front grille.
Added to this was the 4. It has three doors, and the cab size has an overall length of 85. The pickup was also sold by as the Hombre from 1996 through 2000, but only in North America. Base trim is only available with a Regular Cab Fleetside body. This version has 16 inch wheels and low suspension. Suspension, f: Independent Suspension, r: solid axle Ground clearance: 5.
Revving beyond 4000 rpm yields acceleration but the engine feels forced. The Xtreme came in handy when we went to a big picnic, moving a gas grille, several tubs of soft drinks and assorted supplies. The Chevrolet S-10 Extended Cab had a longer length than the short cab 190 inches - 4,826 mm and a shorter length than the long bed version 205 inches - 5,207mm with 203 inches - 5,156mm. This used to be straightforward when there were only two options — short bed and a long bed. Also, for the first time in Brazil, Chevrolet offered the S-10 with four-wheel drive.
The Xtreme package includes the upgraded dash package with a tachometer and a nice leather-wrapped steering wheel. Since the crew cab has four doors, its cargo bed has the smallest size when compared to other cab sizes. Open the door and the radio shuts off automatically. Unless otherwise indicated, specifications refer to test vehicle. The Chevy S10 has a width of 67 inches. The wheelbase is the distance from the center of the front wheels to the center of the rear wheels.
The earliest models came out in 1982 and were called the S-15. The first S-series pickups were introduced in 1981 for the 1982 model year. Its cab size is about 70. Throughout its two decades of production the S-10 was released in several trims and models. Look for our review of the standard S-10 pickup.
Overall, the acceleration performance is snappy, but not breathtaking. The S-Series ended production in Brazil in 2012, being replaced by the , but still with the name S-10. This occurred again when 4-door variants were introduced in March 1990 as 1991 alongside the badge-engineered. The regular cab version of the S-10 has two doors and is available with either a short or long bed. Later models of the extended cab only come with a short bed. A choice of a short and long bed was also available. An was leased as a fleet vehicle in 1997 and 1998.
Production was stopped in 1998 and succeeded by the S-10 Xtreme. How far from the back of the wells to the tailgate? A total of 806 were built. The short cargo bed has an overall length of 72. It was sold in three colors: Apple Red, Summit White and Onyx Black. The 1994 version of the S10 Chevy pickup truck enhanced certain features from the previous models. While there, it drew many more positive comments. These vehicles are powered by a 2.
The long bed version is 7. The first generation was produced between 1982 and 1993, while the second generation was produced between 1994 and 2004. The chassis was not changed from the 1st generation models. The S-Series officially ended in Braz8l in 2012. Just as important, its price puts it well within grasp, making it a popular choice for lovers of hot-rod trucks. The crew cab model comes with four doors and can seat four to five passengers. The optional third door is a great feature.