2000 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4.3 liter V6 from North America
Cost more than it is worth
Fuel gauge quit working, sweet talked dealer into fixing it for free.
Fuel pump quit seven months later, fussed my way into the dealer replacing that due to the fact they told me the fuel level was part of the fuel pump when they replaced it.
Brake lights did not work - fixed by dealer before I took it home.
Four wheel drive did not work - fixed by dealer before I took it home.
Driver's side door bushing worn out - fixed by dealer before I took it home.
Rear window washer line came loose, washer fluid dripping inside the truck - fixed by dealer for free, now three years later it is doing it again.
Passenger side seat handle broke off.
Oil pressure switch went out.
Replaced upper and lower ball joints on both sides at 76,000 miles, two hours after I got it back the wheel bearing on the driver's side went out - total cost $1200.
Wheel bearing now going out on the passenger side - another $450.
Driver's side window is making popping noise when I roll it up - guess the regulator is next.
Other than everything above it rides smooth and handles well.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 13th June, 2006