We have been very impressed with
virtually all aspects of the vehicle so
far. The XM radio is an unexpected
pleasure. The comfort, ride and
acceleration have been better than
expected. The rear bucket seats and
overhead vents have been great.
Interior, ride, power, comfort, XM radio
1. The removable, rear seats are just
too heavy to be practical.
2. The gas mileasge is too low
3. The toggle vs touch screen approach
on the GPS and radio is horrible.
4. Every time I open or close a window,
the seat heater is accidentally turned on
I have been nothing but dissappointed
with this vehicle. From the slugish
controls, to the cheap interior design.
I mean it looked great at the
dealership, until I got it home. It
does have good power, but that just
I like the warrenty.
Start over...quality control, see if
you can see what Lincoln is doing.
Basically just a "dressed up" Chevy
suburban. looks too much like the 40k
suburban but while its around 55k+.
need yo put in more features/gadgets
like the Lincoln. should have shift on
the fly 4x4 so you can engage just 2wd
instead of AWD.
engine and reclining/ heated rear seats
power liftgate, more ext colors, load
leveling at all 4 tires not just the
rear [look at Navigator's air
suspension], power running boards
[lincoln], and make it look different
that the chevy/GMC tahoe/yukon and the
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