Features of the Chevrolet S10 pickup truck include a 4.3 liter V6 engine, four-wheel drive and speed-proportional power steering. Interior features include heated mirrors, power mirrors, remote controlled door locks and single-touch power windows. Other features include cruise control, front seatback storage, overhead console storage, front-door pockets and a tilt-adjustable steering wheel.
The Chevrolet S10 also offers features for comfort, including air conditioning, reading lights and a leather steering wheel. For entertainment, the truck features a six-speaker setup and a mast antenna for AM and FM radio. Instrumentation includes an external temperature display, a compass, a tachometer and a low-level fuel warning. The truck is available in multiple colors, including black, yellow, red, white and light pewter metallic.
Chevrolet released the S10 in 1982 and discontinued the vehicle in 2005 in North America. Chevrolet replaced the S10 with the Chevy Colorado line of pickup trucks. The Chevrolet S10 first-generation model ran from 1982 to 1994. Special editions of the first-generation truck included the S10 Baja. The second-generation S10 model ran from 1994 to 2005. Chevrolet released a high-performance version, known as the SS, of the S10 during this period.
Brazil released a third-generation version of the S10 in 2012. The vehicle was a Brazilian version of the Chevrolet Colorado and referred to as the S10 in Brazil.