Did Chevy Make a Durango?

Used 1990 Chevrolet S-10 Durango Specs & Features | Edmunds.

What does the S stand for in S10?

2wd compact

Why was the S10 discontinued?

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Did the Colorado replace the S10?

When it became apparent that people loved the S10, Chevy got braver and created a trim option that includes an extended cab and four-wheel drive. The fun ended in 2004 when Chevy officially discontinued the S-10. It was replaced with the Chevy Colorado.

Is the Colorado bigger than the S10?

The full-size truck was a capable workhorse, and at over 16 feet long and weighing in at around 3,800 pounds, it dwarfed the 2,800 pound midsize S10. With its extended four-door cab, the Colorado is nearly 18 feet long, 6 inches longer than the base model Silverado, and nearly 2 feet longer than the old C/K.

Are Chevy S10 Reliable?

From my experience p, they are very reliable, and good on gas for a “big” motor. My truck has a 19 gallon fuel tank and I get about 230 miles before I get to E from driving city and highway. Also, if you have a really good battery for the winter, it will start your v6 with no problem.

Can I put a 350 in my S10?

Yes you can use it, and many people do — just as many people have trucks that do unintended 360s at intersections in the rain, while overheating. If you want a 350 S10 you can be happy with, treat the entire truck as a system, upgrading your chassis, brakes and drivetrain to make it all work together.

What year did they stop making the Chevy S10?

2004

How much is a 2000 Chevy S10 worth?

2000 Chevrolet S-10 Value – $175-$3,883 | Edmunds.

How much does a Chevy S10 cost?

S10 LTZ 2.5 Flex 4 × 2 AT: Starting at $ 34500 ; S10 LTZ 2.5 Flex 4 × 4 AT: Starting at $ 36500 ; S10 LTZ 2.8 Turbo Diesel 4 × 4 AT: Starting at $ 48000 ; S10 HIGH COUNTRY 2.8 Turbo Diesel 4 × 4 AT: Starting at $ 50500 .

How much is a 2002 Chevy S10 worth?

2002 Chevrolet S-10 Value – $285-$5,085 | Edmunds.

How much is a 1990 Chevy S10 worth?

1990 Chevrolet S-10 Value – $276-$1,763 | Edmunds.

What is a 1991 Chevy s10 worth?

1991 Chevrolet S-10 Value – $276-$2,041 | Edmunds.

How much is a 1995 s10 worth?

1995 Chevrolet S-10 Value – $142-$2,018 | Edmunds.

How much is a 1992 Chevy s10 worth?

1992 Chevrolet S-10 Value – $128-$1,145 | Edmunds.

How much is a 1989 Chevy s10 worth?

$1500 in clean condition.

How much HP can a 4.3 handle?

Registered. you’ll be surpised at how much a 4.3 can handle. it can handle 650hp as long as you know what you’re doing, and don’t be cheap about it. get only the best if you can.

What does Vortec stand for?

Vortex Technology

Why is the 5.3 Vortec a good engine?

5.3L V8 Vortec 5300 Reliability The Vortec 5.3 is widely regarded as extremely reliable, with most engines having a lifespan within the 200k-300k mileage range. I own a 2002 Suburban with the LM7 engine in it and it’s running strong at 220k miles with virtually zero engine issues over my course of ownership.

Which Vortec engine is the best?

The best-known and most-beloved has to be the “350” or 5.7-liter version; especially with Chevrolet and GMC trucks. They are powerful, tough, reliable and it is relatively easy to “soup up” or increase their performance.

Are 5.3 LS Motors?

The GM 5.3L engine (326.1 ci, 3.78-inch bore 3.62-inch stroke) is by far the most-produced displacement in GM’s Gen III, IV, and V family tree. There are millions of these lying around in the salvage-yard—and like all “LS”-based engines, they can produce big power even in well-used, 100,000-mile trim.

How much HP can a stock 5.3 bottom end handle?

with a dead on tune i bet a bone stock 5.3 would handle 600rwhp for a long time. you would need valve springs but thats about it. i was running over 600rwhp with a 6.0 that had nothing but valve springs, head studs and rod bolts.