A low tech swindle
Seat handles, fuel pump, ball joints, windshield wipers, door speakers, mirrors.
The problem, as I see, with this 1998 Chevy Blazer LS truck is not how you baby the truck, care for it, or drive it. The problem started earlier than that.
It is how it was designed, assembled, and the quality of the components that make up this truck.
If you start with crap you will probably watch crap unfold. If I were to drive it like I would drive a golf cart then likely, of course, it will have less stress on the cheap quality components and shoddy assemble-age.
I could then perceive the Blazer as reliable - which it is not. But, in summary, I did not purchase a truck to use it like a golf cart.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 5th January, 2008