The 2003 Chevrolet S10 gets improved cloth seating and cloth door trim in its final year of production. A sport package is now available for the crew cab model, while V-6 versions feature a new fuel-injection system.
The 2003 Chevrolet S10 heads into its final year of production with only minor changes. As in past years, small pickup truck comes in regular cab, extended cab, and crew cab body styles; regular, short, and long bed lengths; and base and LS trim levels. Rear drive is standard on regular and crew cab models, while extended cab versions are available with four-wheel drive. Two engines are offered: a base 2.2-liter inline-four and a 4.3-liter V-6, which is standard on four-wheel-drive versions and optional on other models. Budget-minded buyers may prefer the higher gas mileage of the flex-fuel base engine, especially when paired with the line’s standard manual transmission.
The 2003 Chevrolet S10 hasn’t changed much in appearance since the small pickup was introduced a decade earlier. Standard features on the base model include 15-inch steel wheels, variable intermittent windshield wipers, painted bumpers, and cargo tie-downs. The LS is nearly identical except for the addition of alloy wheels. Opting for the long bed increases the box from six feet to 7.4 feet. The short bed, available only with the crew cab, measures 4.6 feet. Regular cabs have two doors, extended cabs come with a rear-opening left-side door, and crew cabs come with four doors.
The 2003 Chevrolet S10 is highly customizable with a large selection of pricey packages. A Preferred Equipment Group adds features such as a sport suspension, special tires and wheels, and foglights, while an Exterior Appearance Package provides chrome bumpers, chrome body trim, and unique exterior moldings. When the Preferred Equipment Group is added, buyers can also update with one of three Xtreme appearance packages: an accent pack that adds gold badges, stripes, and wheels; a stripe package that adds exterior pinstripes; or a flame package that adds unique graphics. A ZR2 off-road package readies the truck for all terrains. Individual options include a power sunroof, a bedliner, special yellow paint, deep-tinted glass, hard or soft tonneau covers, a locking differential, and a trailer hitch.
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