This 1989 Chevrolet K5 Blazer 4x4 has the right kind of distinct
look, true ability, and overall usefulness that makes it
irresistible. After all, what can't you do with a fuel-injected V8
full-size classic SUV?
This is from the final years for the big/boxy K5 Blazers. This
design always made them look beefy and dominant. But the last few
also got a unique face. It's a tasteful headlight and grille
package that seemed to make these look wider and more prevailing.
So that already gives this one appeal right from the first
impression. Plus, it has a nice look with a good gloss from the red
paint. Combined with the bright white topper, the full appearance
has the all-American charm of a Coca-Cola bottle. It's nothing too
fancy to keep you from enjoying this 4x4 to the fullest. But the
bright chrome bumpers and crisp body lines are all there to give
this one a good look even when it's just rolling thought town.
These full-size Blazers are all about offering a comfortable
interior. You have high-back bucket seats up front. These have the
clean look of a more recent investment in the comfy velour, and
there's even a cup holder center console in-between. The rear is
also done in a comfy gray velour, and it provides adult-sized room.
Plenty of family and friends will want to go for a ride thanks to
great features, like the power windows, power locks, and an
upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input. The white hardtop is
removable, and so you'll especially be glad to have cold-bowing air
conditioning whenever you open this one up to the world. And a
large Blazer means plenty of cargo room and a large tailgate for
sitting. So you know this one is ready for all your favorite
Under the hood is a numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch small block V8.
It shows signs of being correctly maintained, and this comes from
the era of factory fuel-injection. So you have one of the hardiest
setups around that has also been treated with respect. It makes for
a strong-running package. When it's time to go off-road, you have a
two-speed 4x4 transfer case with electronic locking hubs and Cooper
Discoverer AT3 tires. Another great feature of later K5s from this
generation is the four-speed automatic transmission that smoothly
shifts all the way into overdrive for comfort near or far. There's
even cruise control for the long haul. Plus, power steering, power
brakes, and front discs are welcomed in all driving conditions.
The sale comes complete with the original warranty card and dealer
invoice. This is the robust K5 Blazer from the ideal last few
years. So if you love a beefy classic SUV with added distinction,