1999 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4.3 from North America
Seat adjustment levers broke easily.
4x4 got jammed so it had to be disabled
Paid $20,000 when we purchased it. Had spent close to $10,000 in repair work, and when we were finally able to sell it, we got a mere $2500 bucks for it.
This is one of GM's "perfect" vehicles where it costs more to own and operate than what it's worth; no wonder they went bankrupt. Stay away from these vehicles, they are nothing but a nightmare waiting for some poor sucker like we were to come along and buy it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 26th August, 2009
You guys must've gotten the models built on Friday afternoon or Monday morning... I have a newer model with the same miles, and the only problem has been twice-a-year brake tear down (especially rears). Mechanic buddy says that's characteristic for these, especially fellas who spend a lot of time off road or in the gravel. That in mind, no other problems.
I bought mine nearly new for $18K, and haven't put more than a couple $K + usual maintenance & tires, into it since (I do my own brakes).