Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 2000 Chevrolet S-10 Xtreme is about giving you everything you want. It's a sleek limited edition machine with low mileage, and so it remains sharp and vibrant. The interior is filled with all the best features. And while it has a great sports truck look, it also never loses that practicality we expect in a true pickup.
The Xtreme was more than just having fun with a name. Chevrolet offered an aftermarket level of customization with a factory level of quality. That means a full ground effects body kit that looks like it was part of the official design. There's also Integrated fog lights, 16-inch alloys, and bright dual exhaust tips for a detailed total package. That's part of why it looks so impressive today. The other reason is that you're looking at a well-kept example that has under 33k on the odometer (averaging less than 1,600 miles annually.) So the Victory Red paint still has the kind of shine that radiates with pride. We love the way the gloss shows off the sleek sportside bed. And speaking of sleekness back there, the color-matched hard tonneau gives you a great aerodynamic look and a good way to secure cargo. So as you look through the whole truck, you'll realize it offers both added style and substance.
The interior is all about eXtreme comfort. You couldn't get leather bucket seats in an S-10, and so this borrows the supple upholstery from the Blazer. The result is a stock look but superior comfort. This is the desirable extended cab model that gives you more room to recline your front seats. Plus, it's from the later years with a driver's side half door that makes it easier to get to the rear jump seat and/or store larger items inside. This comes loaded with all the best features, like power windows, upgraded tinted windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, a tilt steering column, cup holder center console, AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And because this is a low-mileage machine, it has a terrific look of well-kept preservation.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 4.3-liter V6. This fuel-injected Vortec motor was the largest and final evolution of the S-10 line, and so it's the one you really want. It's healthy torque reputation gets you going from stoplights with a nice hustle, and it's great when it's time to get any work done. A truck like this was built to be a great all-around driver, including a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive and cruise control. There's also power steering, power brakes, front discs, sway bars front & rear, and a limited-slip rear end. There's even an upgraded Flowmaster muffler to add a little extra tone that's perfect for a custom-style truck like this.
This Chevy offers a custom look and feel with a factory level of fit and finish. So to find one this preserved and vibrant means you have to be extremely quick to grab this S-10 Xtreme. Call today!!!
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