I dont even want to upgrade. The overall performance of a Chevy Tahoe is great. You will want an external platform on the back for the grill; those things smell on the way home. A substantial slice of American male-dom is made up of draggers. But with its tall roof and 4X4 capability, the Tracker makes a strong case as an all-in-one vehicle that suits a wide range of needs.
Were it the only offering in that family, some of the fashion vs. The four-wheel-drive system is a snap to employ. Ride quality is firm, but far from punishing. The front end features a wrap-around lower fascia with integrated fog lamps. I stand about 4'11 or 5ft and people always ask How can you drive such a big truck like females dont like trucks.
And we think the Chevy design looks a little cleaner than the Suzuki Vitara and Grand Vitara, which share the new platform. The original front pads and rotors are still good. Instruments are highly legible and the switchgear operates with the finesse of a Toyota or Honda. All of their toys travel in full, arrogant view. Its highlights include a selectable four-wheel-drive system with a full-time mode and a high payload capacity. It produces 155 horsepower at 6500 rpm, and 160 pound-feet of torque at 4000, both representing a significant increase over the 127 horsepower and 134 pound-feet offered by the four-cylinder.
No, what the bad boys need is one of the General's new three-quarter and one-ton heavy-duty dudes, totally redesigned and reengined for 2001 in hopes of taking the working-class market away from Ford. Before you turn the page, be advised that this is a turbocharged, four-valve-per-cylinder, fractured-con-rod, nitrided-crank oil-burner that you could drive for a week and think was a big-block gas motor. . The Silverado hasn't changed much since its 1999 introduction and doesn't compete well with more modern designs. It is comfortable, reliable and drives like a nice car. The side view is all angles and flares. A two-speed transfer case provides a four-wheel-drive low-range setting for driving through deep mud or snow or for traversing steep inclines.
Fabrics, plastics and materials are first-rate. Another common item that will need to be replaced is the windshield wash reservoir which has hole and will not retain any washer fluid. I feel like I'm driving around on my living room couch. Think of it as a bargain for a very powerful, big-V-8, luxurious four-door vehicle with capabilities no car could ever match. Not the oncoming traffic, but the thought that I too could become a dragger. Earlier Trackers were badged as Geos. And it comes with a manageable price, making it easier to afford.
Braking is a pleasant surprise, with firm pedal feel. Certainly not one of the toy mini-trucks driven by contractors who haven't bought all their tools yet. Currently has 119k and runs like new. It hauls everything, and tows without problem. The track, the distance between the left and right tires, is 2. A textured step integrates with the rear bumper, just above the heavy-duty platform hitch.
I also replaced the cab corners with the same material. Or maybe she was trying to cut through rush-hour traffic on the way to soccer practice. Sporty specialty The Xtreme is a good-looking, specialized addition to the Blazer family. Interior Features At the same time, however, Chevrolet and Suzuki gave the Tracker more competitive creature comforts. It is still 4 tires on the ground and they will slide and being higher, rollover, so beware of the conditions and use common sense. The ride quality is not bad for a vehicle with a short wheelbase. The Blazer Xtreme is a sharp looker, playing to a very specialized audience.
Just look around the parking lot. Replaced with aftermarket and works fine. I have now over 100,000 miles, and all I've done is rear brakes, tires twice i recommend Michelin and spark plugs and wires, and normal oil changes etc. What a truck :0 5 out of 5 stars by Truck Owner from Hastings, Michigan on Sun Nov 12 2006 This vehicle is great for comfort, driveability, towing and design. I bet it truly can turn on a dime; it's that easy to handle. We suspect the Uniroyal Tiger Paws may be the culprits.
The four-wheel-drive system directs power to both axles equally, as opposed to all-wheel-drive or some on-demand four-wheel-drive systems that send power to the wheels with traction. The Xtreme is rated at a maximum towing capacity of 5000 lb with automatic, 4000 lb with standard transmission. Handling was ungainly, and the ride is stiff. I will never sell it. The independent front suspension does a good job of damping out tar strips and other medium-sized bumps, and improves the Trackers agility.
The big diesel hustles to 55 mph -- uphill -- with, if not alacrity, at least fearsome inevitability. Bought a 02 Tahoe to replace it and have had no problems. The interior space, both personal and storage, is great. As with the standard two-door Blazer, once ensconced in back, there is plenty of head and leg room for adults in the Xtreme, but accessing it is the key. With just a little maintenance it too should be a great vehicle.