614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 2002 Chevrolet Blazer Xtreme is attractive for far more than its distinct style. After all, this is a low-mileage and loaded SUV that's practical, distinct, and affordable.
This final generation of the S-10 Blazer had an attractive shape that felt sporty, and the upper-level Xtreme model really maximized that feeling. After all, these two-door SUVs seem to pay tribute to the 1930s coupes with the forward leaning c-pillars, and the same timeless attraction is in the sleek rounded rear. And the Xtreme added a full color-matched body kit, fog lights, and stylish 16-inch alloys. Another way this one lives up to the Xtreme name is with extremely low mileage. This SUV has averaged less than 800 miles annually. It's a two-owner vehicle with registrations that show it was long-term first owner. So while it's celebrating nearly two decades, this modern classic also shows the well-fitting body panels from years of good care.
Low mileage also means a little time to wear in the interior. So the upholstery, headliner, door panels, and dash all have a like-new appearance. The Xtreme was an expensive package when new, and so the interior also gives you all the best comforts. It includes well-contoured front bucket seats, power windows, power locks, dual airbags, a tilt steering column, cup holder center console, AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The rear looks like it has almost never been used. However, with plenty of legroom and seats that have bucket-like bolstering for two, this Blazer will happily carry plenty of family and friends in comfort. There's plenty of room behind the second row to store everyone's gear, and there's even a trailer hitch so that you can bring even more fun along with you.
Under the hood is the correct 4.3-liter V6. This fuel-injected Vortec motor was the largest and final evolution of the S-10 Blazer line, and so it's the one you really want. It's healthy torque reputation gets you going from stop lights with a nice hustle, and it's also great when it's time to get any work done. So this one is ready for you to really add to the low odometer. That's why there's also the four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive and cruise control. And power steering and four-wheel power disc brakes make for great any time diving appeal.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and title documentation. This two-door Blazer Xtreme mixes today's love of SUVs with an always appealing sporty attitude. So it makes for a terrific modern classic that's also quite affordable. Call today!!!
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