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Chevrolet Blazer Executive 4.3 V6 2002/2003 - Short Test Drive

Chevrolet Blazer Executive 4.3 V6.

Chevrolet blazer executive- A real class in SUV’s

The chevrolet blazer executive is one of the most well liked SUVs for five successive decades, though its title was distributed by two absolutely unrelated form lines. Chevrolet Blazer was one of the forms of vehicles constructed by Chevrolet. Chevrolet Blazer boss received many good reconsiders of vehicle proprietors for their buyer features. Due to emissions laws, a 1.9 liter I4 petrol motor built by Isuzu was suggested as the base model motor in California in location of the 2.0 liter engine, while an Isuzu-sourced 2.2 liter diesel engine (also used in the S-series pickups) making 58 HP (43 kW) was suggested as an choice.

The technical specifications of the car

Chevrolet Blazer Executive The 1.9, 2.0, and 2.2 liter diesel were dropped after 1985, restored by the bigger 2.5 liter engine. Jeep restored the Cherokee's 2.8 V6 with a new, more mighty 4.0 L, 173 HP (129 kW) I6 in 1987. To hold comparable the Blazer and Jimmy received a new 4.3 L (262 cu in) V6 choice in 1988 based on the ubiquitous Chevrolet Small-Block V8 engine, making a respectable 150 HP (110 kW). Power yield was bigger to 160 HP (120 kW) in 1989.

The modifications made in the base model

Chevrolet Blazer Executive, Photo #2 In stride 1990, 4-door versions of the chevrolet blazer executive and Jimmy were presented; the 4-door had a 6.5in longer wheelbase (2-doors had a 100.5 in wheelbase - six inches (152 mm) longer than the Ford Bronco II) and a one-piece front grille with a decorated very dark inject (1990 2-door S-10 Blazers and Jimmies had the 3-piece grille). This new grill also did away with the distinct metal filler panel under the grill, since the grill is bigger and took its location. Early output models between stride and August 1990 were primarily accessible as a four-wheel drive only; 2WD versions commenced production round summer 1990. Snowflake alloy wheels (similar to the ones used on the Chevrolet Astro/GMC Safari) were introduced, either decorated charcoal gray or argent shiny.
Although the first generation S-series Blazer and Jimmy were primarily traded as 2-doors upon its initial introduction, an episode of engine tendency TV (c. 1991) asserted that the thumbs up was for the introduction of the new body method, and the thumbs down was that the 4-door body style was founded on the first generation model, which was in the method of a makeover. 1993 had a couple of alterations - the center console was increased, and the 4L60E transmission restored the 700r4. The grille (alongside the S-10 pickup) was revised (which was a chrome-plated type of the groundwork work truck grille discovered on groundwork S-10 pickups), along with the supplement of optional 5-spoke alloy rims (for the 2WD model - fundamentally a copy of the 3rd lifetime Camaro Z28 15? alloy rim). Although the second lifetime S-series Pickup debuted in 1994, the S-10 Blazer and Jimmy proceeded unchanged in 1994, founded on the first lifetime S-series (with the supplement of a third brake light - the high-mounted back spoiler was discontinued). Only two 4.3 L (262 cu in) motors were optioned - the groundwork TBI and the CPI (introduced in 1992 for the S-series and Chevrolet Astro minivans; these motors had the Vortec logo on the intake plenum).