Used Chevrolet S-10

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A nice and compact pick-up truck, those are the words they used to describe the Chevrolet S-10. This truck was first launched in 1982 as the S-15, and then eventually became GMC Sonoma.

When GM bought the Isuzu KB in the 70’s, they used it to create Chevrolet LUV, which was the company’s very first compacted pick-up truck. When Arabian Oil was banned in 1973, they redesigned the truck and turned it into a locally-made compacted pick-up. But, some of the original GM bodyworks were still included.

In 1983, S-15 Jimmy and S-10 Blazer sport utility cars were introduced. Then in 1984, a more off-road and hardwearing suspension was added to the collection. They stopped manufacturing Cavalier cars in 1985 in order to give way on the production of Iron Duke Pontiac.

Estimated Price Range for Used Chevrolet S-10: $700-$18,000
Estimated MPG for Chevrolet S-10: 15 City/19 Hwy
Available Trims: base, Blazer, Blazer LT, LS
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Chevrolet released a more efficient edition in 1991, and they called it the GMC Syclone. GM bought Hombre cars from 1996 to 2000 that were used to build more Syclone cars. In ’97 and ’98 the electric editions of S-15 Jimmy and S-10 Blazer were launched and were called the S-series. Isuzu I-Series, GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado replaced the S-series in 2004.

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