1995 Chevrolet Blazer LS 6 Cyl Gas from North America


Generally a good vehicle, but with no satisfaction from GM I cannot recommend it to anyone


For the most part I have been happy with this vehicle. My comfort factor however has dropped recently. At 120,000km the rear right axle disengaged from the differential. The wheel with the axle attached departed the vehicle allowing that corner of the truck to hit the ground. Fortunatley, I was only moving about 5km per hour at the time, otherwise a serious accident would have likely occured. The axle came close to hitting a pedestrian. GM Canada takes no interest in the problem whatsoever. Their customer service people say this is likely due to "normal wear & tear" and that their legal dept. feels they are safe from action. No sales person, mechanic or other person at the GM dealership or at any other garage I have spoken with has heard of such a problem happening. This seems to be a very rare case.

So, will I buy another GM product? Not likely. So much for customer loyalty!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 24th July, 2000

8th Feb 2001, 16:35

My Blazer from day one has had elecrical problems.

Other than that, I've had no problems! I have an '87, black and silver S-10, with 55k miles.

I'm gonna store my investment for 6 years, when it's an antique, maybe, maybe! I'll let it go for a price!

1995 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4.3L from North America


An OK vehicle


Driver side mirror cracked @12K.

Battery failed @ 19K.

Driver side brake caliper seized @ 32K.

Rear speakers failed @ 28K.

Power rear passenger window repaired @ 39K.

Front brake pads & disk replaced @ 42K.

Driver door lock failed @ 58K.

Battery replaced again @ 38K.

Battery replaced again @ 58K.

General Comments:

The little problems are annoying but the vehicle is a pleasure to drive. Had two Isuzu trucks before this and drove each to 100K miles with no major problems, so I'm a little spoiled. The local Chevy dealer provides the great service.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 1st June, 2000

8th Feb 2001, 16:29

I have a 1987 Blazer, 55K miles. Me and that girl have been through a lot!!! I just bought a used 1995 S-10 LS Pickup. I'm gonna store and restore my Blazer (really only needs a paint job and a tune-up).

1995 Chevrolet Blazer LS V6 from North America


I have had my Blazer in the shop 4 times in one month. The fuel pump continues to go out about a week after it is replaced. The mechanic cannot figure out what is wrong.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 18th October, 1998

1995 Chevrolet Blazer LT 4.2L V6 from North America


EVERYTHING!! brakes, brakes, brakes. This truck doesn't brake and have to be replaced every 24000kms. Engine opened twice, alternator, gauge cluster, leather seats rip, heater motor stops working when temp. is below 0. Simply put, there is always something wrong with it. My repair file is terribly thick.

General Comments:

ABS brakes are sluggish. Auto transmission shifter is in front of radio, you have to be a contortionist to adjust the radio. The suspension is very soft and rolls in curves.


Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 29th June, 1998

21st Mar 2001, 17:35

That's all wrong! First of all, Blazers run on a 4.3L V6 and the 4 Wheel Drive is the best thing about those. As for the future, SUV'S will basically suck. They are becoming more and more styled like cars, rather than a truck. The best Blazer I have to say ever made was the 1988 S10 Blazer, which was 2 door.

18th Jul 2001, 20:56

I agree with the first guy, I own a 1989 S-10 2 door 4 wheel drive Blazer. The thing is indestructible, if you want something with a smooth ride that's easy to drive and has a lot of storage space then buy an import. If you want a solid piece of American metal, then you want a s-10 Blazer. Never have I seen another car work as hard or take as much punishment. Its a tough car through and through.