Standard features of the Chevy S-10 Xtreme include dual airbags, power steering, air conditioning and cruise control. The S-10 Xtreme also features an extended cab and an optional driver's side third door. The truck is available in two different bed options: the Fleetside or the wider Sportside. The Xtreme is available with either a 2.2-liter four-cylinder 120-horsepower engine or 4.3-liter V6 motor producing 190 horsepower.
The S-10 Xtreme is a high performance version of the Chevy S-10 pickup truck that replaced the SS model in 1999. S-10 Xtreme trucks are available with either a five-speed manual transmission or the 4L60-E four-speed automatic. The Xtreme utilizes the same ZQ8 suspension as the base mode S-10, although it features a ride height that is 2 inches lower and five-spoke 16-inch aluminum wheels.
The extended cab model Xtreme seats four, although three-door models lack one of the side-mounted rear jump seats. The base model S-10 is a compact pickup first introduced in 1982. The Xtreme is among the second generation models of the S-10 produced in America between 1994 and 2004. The Xtreme's predecessor was the S-10 SS, which introduced a range of new features not available for base model S-10s, including a different grille and body-colored bumpers.