I targeted, and planned to buy an
Avalanche. I still like the Avalanche,
but once I saw/test drove the EXT, I
decided: "Why not move up? I'm 50 years
old. What am I waiting for?" It's nice
to be in "the Cadillac family."
It's a rush to drive, and I expect that
good feeling to last for many years.
1)Divide rear seat cargo door so you
can keep one rear seat up (and useful),
while one goes down/opens to cargo
space. Now, both seats must be up or
2)better holding place for cell phone,
3)provide a "starter set" of rear head
4)better clock position
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