Chevrolet, first introduced the S-10 model small pickup truck line in 1982. The S-10 was designed to compete with the smaller, more gas efficient mini- trucks that were being sold by companies, such as, Honda, Toyota, and Nissan, among others.The S-10 was initially produced as a rear-wheeled, two-wheeled driven vehicle. That design soon changed.
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In 1983, Chevrolet stepped up production design to include a four-wheel drive version of the S-10. This included the introduction of their first sport utility truck the S-10 Blazer. The S-10’s drive trains changed over the years to adapt to changes in consumer demands.
The S-10 line has offered upgraded performance and trim designs since its inception. The S-10 line has expanded its power train from inline four-cylinder Isuzu engines to advanced high-tech 4.3 L , V-six motors.The S-10 platform has evolved over the years of production. The changes to drive train and exterior design have been plentiful. Each model year is specific to that year.
Thankfully, if you need an owner’s manual for you S-10; you can find it here. All owner’s manuals are available in PDF form here. Please, make sure that you identify the exact year, make and model of your vehicle. Inventories are subject to change; so please check back with us if your model of S-10 is not currently on the list.