The vehicle's value will depend on the options that it has, the odometer mileage, and the type of cab and bed that it has. For example, a 1994 S10 regular cab, short bed truck with 150,000 miles, four-wheel drive, the 2.2 liter 4 cylinder engine and an automatic transmission could be worth $2,066 (Fair Condition) to $2,741 (Excellent Condition).
The S10 was redesigned in 1994, while the Blazer was redesigned later in 1995. The Oldsmobile Bravada, which was based off the Blazer, was also redesigned in 1996 as Oldsmobile dropped the Bravada briefly in 1995. One main difference between the Blazer and the Bravada was the AWD Smart Trak system that the Bravada used.
In recent news, Chevrolet unveiled its all-new 2013 Colorado compact pickup truck. The body-on-frame Colorado is available with regular, extended, and crew cabs; two body widths; two- or four-wheel drive; and-independent of the number of driven wheels-a high or low ride height.
In addition to the numerous build combinations that are available, the Colorado also offers two new diesel four-cylinder engines. Just like the truck that they will power, the engines are labeled as "all-new" by GM and are a part of a new global line of diesel four-cylinder engines: The base is a 2.5-liter diesel engine that makes 150 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque; the second is a 2.8-liter diesel engine that makes 180 hp and 346 lb-ft of torque when bolted to a six-speed automatic transmission.