1998 Chevrolet S-10 LS 2.2 from North America
Good cheap truck to own for light work
At 90,000 the fuel pump went out.
At 110,000 the clutch had to be replaced.
This car was my first stick shift car, and I really gave it a beating with my horrible driving skills (in the beginning). I was honestly surprised that the clutch didn't go out sooner; it lasted till about 110,000 miles, and only cost me about $600 to get replaced (I bought the parts and had a friend do the work).
This was a great work truck, very light and had decent gas mileage. However the weight distribution on this truck was not very even; the front was much heaver than the back, and a couple times I almost spun out on turns, at low speeds, switching from first gear to second gear (again, I was a beginner stick shift driver). It's a good idea to put some weight in the back of the truck for safety purposes.
Overall, I enjoyed owning this truck. Only seats two people, you can squeeze someone in the middle maybe, but it was cool not ever giving anyone a ride. Fun truck to drive.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 2nd January, 2014