Second generationThe second generation of the S-series appeared in 1994. All the special models, including the Syclone, Typhoon and Sonoma GT, were no longer available. However, changes to the truck brought it in line with its arch-rival, the Ford Ranger. The Iron Duke and 2.8 L 60° V6 engines were dropped, leaving just the 4.3 L Vortec, and a new 2.2 L engine. A high-output version of the 4.3 was also available for the "SS" model. Much of the chassis components were the same as the first-generation - the A-frames and steering knuckle were originally sourced from GM's G-body vehicle lineup, along with the leaf springs and differential assembly (the second generation has an 8.5" rear differential on some 4WD models). The 4.3 L engines were refreshed for 1996 and a third door was added for extended-cab models. Other exterior, interior, brakes and 2.2 L engine updates were applied in 1998, and "Auto-Trac" all-wheel drive was offered. In 2002, a Crew Cab option was added and was only available in 4WD and Automatic transmission. Base 2WD models came fitted with 15x7 inch rims with directional vents, as 16x8" rims were reserved for the Xtremes and ZQ8 models while the 4WD models (including the ZR2) were fitted with 15x7" rims. The 14" rims used for the first-generation models were discontinued. The second-generation S-series were also produced locally in Brazil and continue to be produced today, despite the fact that S-series production came to a stop in 2004 in the U.S.
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