About GMC S15
The GMC S15 is a compact truck. The GMC S15 was available with standard or extended cab. Standard cab models were available with short and long beds. All models were 61.3 inches tall and 64.8 inches wide. The GMC S15 is ideal for work and towing. Because it is versatile, you want to take care of it. All worn parts need to be replaced with OEM S15 parts that last as long as the originals.
The 1973 Arab oil embargo prompted GM to consider manufacturing a compact pickup truck in its own country. As usual, some GMC S15 parts were sourced from other GM chassis models. The first GMC S15 pickups were introduced in 1981 for the 1982 model year. The base engine was a 1.9L Isuzu four-cylinder motor. For 1983, the cab was lengthened. Parts such as Insta-Trac 4WD and two new engines were also added. Both the 2.0L motor from the J-platform and Isuzu's 2.2L diesel motor were available.
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In 1984, new parts like high-performance off-road chassis and a hydraulic clutch were introduced. In 1988, the long-awaited 4.3-liter V6 engine was introduced and, a year later, anti-lock braking systems. The GMC S15 pickup was equipped with a standard five-speed MT and an optional four-speed AT. The truck was available with two- or four-wheel drive. The GMC S15 was available with an optional exterior package that was available on all four-wheel-drive models. The kit included an exterior grille with off-road lighting, a tubular grille with fog lamps, a tubular rear bumper and an underbody protection package.
The GMC S15 pickup has a speed range of 15-21 km/h in the city and 19-25 km/h on the highway. The most economical model is available with a manual transmission, all-wheel drive and a 2.5L four-cylinder engine.