2000 Chevrolet Blazer LS 6 cylinder from North America
Belongs in a junk yard
Let me first say I have had Chevy's all my life, new used and abused ones. I still have a 1966 Chevy in the family garage. But I will tell you this, I will NEVER buy a Chevy again. The newer ones are pure trouble. Wheel bearings, fuel gauge bad, handles on seats broke off. Now a turn signal relay is bad. Also intake manifold gasket had to be replaced for 600.00 dollars. And the list goes on and on.
The local garage told me if it were not for Chevy's, he would not have any work. Also, they put his son through college.
I forgot, the automatic light sensor on the dash must be bad; at night the lights flick off very fast, then back on. But I will say this; the gas MPG is great and it's a runner, and if you keep good winter tires on it, she always gets me over the river and through the snow to grandma's house.
Next time I am going to buy a HONDA.
Like I said, the old Chevy's quick and good MPG. Also, with the right tires, she always goes, but I just don't like the thought that as I drive it, I keep wondering what will go wrong next.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 8th February, 2011
16th Sep 2013, 12:45
I don't blame you about GM products, they do suck. I always drove GM products. I had a 1999 Chevy Blazer, biggest POS on the road. I traded it for a 2009 Ford Explorer, best car I have ever owned. I now have a Ford Edge. I will never buy GM again. I am now a Ford Lover!!
Don't buy the Honda!!
17th Sep 2013, 10:24
Chevrolet vehicles have improved a lot in recent years. The Equinox and Traverse are HUGE improvements over the Blazer. I wouldn't touch one of the newer Fords with a 39 1/2 foot pole due to that awful My Ford Touch system.
I would probably go with a Honda.