AV is a good idea for those looking
for room, ride and the benefits of a
truck. Unfortunately, like most GM
products, this truck doesn't age well.
After two years and 36k, problems are
starting to pop up on a regular
basis.The truck is babied and serviced
regularly, but exhaust baffles just
went, steering coupler seized up, ABS
sensor died etc.
The good deals on new Avalanches mean
huge depreciation for used units.
Buyer beware, buy one to run to the
grouond, not for just 3 or 4 years or
epect to take a huge hit. Good for a
few years or low mileage users, but I
fear how long this truck will hold up.
Tonneau cover is first class. Ride
qulaity is good, though wind plays
havoc with steering.
Yes its a large SUV, but fuel economy
could be much better. Best three
improvements:Improve quality, quality,
quality. If you want quality, look
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