2000 S-10 Photos

Base 4x4 Extended Cab 122.9 in. WB
2000 Chevrolet S-10

Once upon a time, a pickup could be a truck and just a truck. No longer. Today, pickups are being used as cars with big open trunks. Sure, you can still by a base Chevrolet S-10 with vinyl seats and full-floor vinyl covering, and many are purchased just that way for the hose-out convenience of commercial users.

But most Chevy S-10 buyers gravitate to the LS model. With its full carpeting and velour 'Deluxe Custom Cloth' seats, it's much more like that 'other' car in the driveway, except that other car won't bring home sacks of manure or carry an ATV in its trunk. The S-10 LS can do either and still provide car-like comfort - or close to it - even with four-wheel drive. Chevy's Xtreme attracts attention everywhere it goes. Whenever we're driving this slammed S-10 pickup, young dudes shout 'Nice truck!' Or give us the thumbs up or otherwise express their approval. No question, it's the lowered stance, ground effects bodywork, wide tires and general street rod appearance.

Just as important, its price puts it well within grasp, making it a popular choice for lovers of hot-rod trucks.
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Once upon a time, a pickup could be a truck and just a truck. No longer. Today, pickups are being used as cars with big open trunks. Sure, you can still by a base Chevrolet S-10 with vinyl seats and full-floor vinyl covering, and many are purchased just that way for the hose-out convenience of commercial users.

But most Chevy S-10 buyers gravitate to the LS model. With its full carpeting and velour 'Deluxe Custom Cloth' seats, it's much more like that 'other' car in the driveway, except that other car won't bring home sacks of manure or carry an ATV in its trunk. The S-10 LS can do either and still provide car-like comfort - or close to it - even with four-wheel drive. Chevy's Xtreme attracts attention everywhere it goes. Whenever we're driving this slammed S-10 pickup, young dudes shout 'Nice truck!' Or give us the thumbs up or otherwise express their approval. No question, it's the lowered stance, ground effects bodywork, wide tires and general street rod appearance.

Just as important, its price puts it well within grasp, making it a popular choice for lovers of hot-rod trucks.
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Retail Price

$18,812 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 4.3LV-6
MPG 17 City / 22 Hwy
Seating 4 Passengers
Transmission 5-spd man w/OD
Power 190 @ 4400 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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