The 2001 Chevrolet Blazer added a new trim to its lineup. The Xtreme, offered only in the two-door bodystyle, was targeted more at cruisers and tuners than at off-road adventurers: it had a lot of flash in features like exterior cladding and aluminum wheels, but was only available in a two-wheel drive version. The other trim levels (LS, LT, and ZR2) stayed much the same from the 2000 model year. Two-door and four-door bodystyles were available, and 2WD and 4WD versions were offered.
Although the '01 Chevy Blazer wasn't the newest SUV design in the market, some drivers sought it out for its classic look and long reputation. The 2001 Blazer was considerably more affordable than many of the other choices in the midsize sport utility range, and the hefty, solid Blazer wagon appealed to people looking for something sturdy.
The 2001 Chevrolet Blazer is affordable and spacious, with plenty of cargo room thrown in. It also comes nicely equipped with a solid list of comfort and convenience features. The Blazer is offered in two and four door body styles, in LS, LT and Extreme trim levels, with your choice of 4WD depending on the model. It comes equipped with a 190 horsepower 4.3-liter gas-powered V6 and a 5-speed manual transmission as standard. Inside, the Blazer comes nicely equipped with air conditioning, cruise control, keyless entry, power controls, a trip computer and AM/FM/CD.
I have a 2001Chevy Blazer with the 4.3 Liter V6 Vortec engine. Last Thursday the car stopped accelerating but was still running, then died completely. The battery light came on as soon as it had stopp...
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