2011 Chevy S10 Pick-Up
2011 Chevy S10 Pick-Up’s extreme truck is designed to keep up with your rugged lifestyle. No matter if you use your S-10 for off-roading, towing or everyday use, Chevy Vortec engines have the strength you need. Choose either the standard Vortec “00 four-cylinder or the available Vortec 4300 V6 and you’ll get the torque you need to haul, tow or pass with confidence. Both the five-speed manual transmission and available four-speed automatic transmission provide smooth predictable shifts, even when you carry heavy loads.
And when you match the available Vortec 4300 V6 with the available four-speed automatic transmission, you get a trailer rating of up to 6,000 lb. 2011 Chevy S10 Pick-Up truck is designed to keep up with your rugged lifestyle. Along with four real doors and standard seating for five i.e. six with the optional 60/40 split-bench seat, Crew Cab 4×4 models feature numerous standard amenities.
S-10 models have more front headroom and front shoulder room than comparable Ford Ranger models. And all S-10 Pickup models provide a commanding view of the road and easy-to-read analog instrumentation, as well as air conditioning, behind-seat storage, cruise control, front bucket seats, power locks, and a sliding rear window.
The 2011 Chevy S10 Pick-Up truck is the toughest truck on the road. The 2011 2011 Chevy S10 Pick-Up comes in six different models – the S-10 base, S-10 LS, S-10 ZR2, S-10 Extreme, S-10 Crew Cab 4×4, and the Chevy S-10 ZR5. The hardworking S-10 Base Regular Cab and Extended Cab models are anything but the base when it comes to room and features, with more front head and shoulder room than comparable Ford Ranger models. The S-10 LS comes with a five-speed manual transmission with Overdrive, a choice of Vortec engines, a steel ladder-type frame and a durable, independent front suspension. S-10 ZR2 extreme truck takes off-road to a new level with a higher and wider stance than its family members. The sleek and sporty Extreme will turn heads as you cruise down the street.
The 2003 S-10 LS available in Regular and Extended Cabs continues the rugged tradition you’ve come to expect from Chevy Trucks.
Along with four real doors and standard seating for five (six with the optional 60/40 split-bench seat), Crew Cab 4×4 models feature numerous standard amenities. S-10 models have more front headroom and front shoulder room than comparable Ford Ranger models. And all S-10 Pickup models provide a commanding view of the road and easy-to-read analog instrumentation, as well as air conditioning, behind-seat storage, cruise control, front bucket seats, power locks, and a sliding rear window. 4.3 engine and transmission are unbeatable. Instrumentation leaves nothing, nothing to be desired.
Easy enter and exit — just the right height off the ground. Got 31,000 on it, and absolutely no problems.4.3 V6 has very good power though a bit noisy and the auto trans shifts very nicely – could never live with the 4cyl version. Very good ride for a compact pickup and the handling is very good for this type of vehicle. Optional bucket seats are a vast improvement over the S10’s standard interior
The Vortec engines enhance 2011 Chevy S10 Pick-Up’s ZR2 extreme truck performance to provide the dependable power you need. Most S-10 trucks offer a choice of a Vortec 2200 four-cylinder engine or a Vortec 4300 V6 engine. The Vortec 2200 four-cylinder engine provides 120 hp at 5000 rpm and 140 lb.-ft. of torque at 3600 rpm, while the Vortec 4300 V6 engine provides 250 lb.-ft. of torque at 2800 rpm. 2011 Chevy S10 Pick-Up’s engines offer variable-ratio power steering, and are easy to maintain, as well, considering that engine coolant change intervals are up to five years or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first. All S-10 Pickup models are designed and engineered with a comprehensive safety system that includes collision avoidance, occupant protection and personal security features for peace of mind.
Some of these safety measures include a steel-ladder type frame, two-stage multi-leaf rear springs, daytime running lamps, crush zones, side door beams, PASS lock system, remote keyless entry, and, of course, driver and passenger side airbags.
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