Rented one and loved the performance. First 50,000 miles no issues. Then had to replace manifold gasket and fan control twice. At 100,000 the manifold gasket, air conditioning compressor, and rack n pinion need replacement. Still gets over 30 mpg on long trips but typically 16-20 mpg in suburban driving. As usual, Chevy had a good idea that was executed poorly.
Power to weight ratio, good handling, good value for teenage drivers
Chevy trucks run for 100,000, 200,000, 300,000, etc miles but why they cannot make a car last 6 years is beyond comprehension.
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