What is the towing capacity of a 2000 Chevy S-10?

What is the towing capacity of a 2000 Chevy S-10?

Overview Seats 3 Drivetrain RWD Towing Capacity 6,400 lbs. Payload Capacity 1,160 lbs. Combined MPG

How big is a 2000 Chevy’s 10?

19.0gal. 19.0 gal. Wondering which configuration is right for you? Our 2000 Chevrolet S-10 trim comparison will help you decide.

What should I add to my towing capacity?

When consulting this towing capacity chart, remember that passenger weight exceeding 150 lbs., optional equipment, and additional cargo should be calculated and added into the equation. Never exceed your vehicle’s towing capacity because doing so can affect your vehicle’s handling, stopping ability, or possibly even damage the drivetrain.

Is the Chevy S10 worth 4500 dollars?

Is this s10 worth 4500$? Having a hesatation problem. Could use some advise. 98 Chevy s10 2.2 interchange. modded grill, love it or hate it? What’s causing my temp gauge to do this?

Can a S-10 be used as a tow vehicle?

In short, an s10 its not a preferred tow vehicle for over 3000 lbs imo, but if its what you’ve got, it ought do the job. Thanks everyone for the feedback. I pretty much got the answers I expected and that I didn’t really want to hear LOL! I didn’t really feel comfortable towing that much weight with my S-10 even if it is rated for it.

What’s the gas mileage on a 2000 Chevy S-10?

CARFAX used car owners give the 2000 Chevrolet S-10 4.4 stars out of 5, with a total of 17 reviews. Reviewers especially like the 2000 S-10 for its cost and performance. What is the MPG of the 2000 Chevrolet S-10? The EPA-estimated gas mileage for the 2000 Chevrolet S-10 is 16 mpg for city travel and 21 mpg on the highway.

Is the Chevy’s 10 a crew cab?

Chevrolet’s compact pickup gets minor changes for 2000, but bigger news is due on the 2001 models. Four-door crew-cab models will go on sale this fall to compete with similar versions of the Dodge Dakota, Nissan Frontier and Toyota Tacoma — also due as a 2001 model. The S-10 is a corporate cousin of the GMC Sonoma and Isuzu Hombre.

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