Options on the Chevrolet S10 pickup include power seats, leather interior, sun roof, ZQ8 Sport Suspension and sliding rear window. Chevrolet produced the S10 pickup from 1982 to 2004. The Colorado replaced the S10 after 2004.
The Chevrolet S10 is available in regular cab, extended cab and crew cab body styles with short or long beds. The extended cab version has a driver's side third door and a fold-down jump seat in the back. Chevrolet introduced the Sportside bed option in 1996. Engine options include a 120-horsepower, 2.2 liter four-cylinder gas engine and a 190-horsepower, 4.3 liter V6. Chevrolet manufactured both two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive versions of the S10. The S10's standard features include power door locks, cruise control, AM/FM stereo, anti-lock brakes and tilt steering wheel.
The ZR2 package is available on regular cab short bed versions of the S10. This package adds a high-output V6 engine, sport suspensions and alloy wheels with larger off-road tires. Four-wheel drive is standard on this version of the S10.
Chevrolet introduced the driver's side airbag in 1995 and the passenger side airbag in 1998 on the S10. Rear wheel anti-lock brakes standard until 1996, when Chevrolet put four-wheel ABS on all S10 pickups.