I bought the Suburban after fully
thrashing our Previa minivan in places
that it wasn't designed for, and to
that end, the Suburban does great.
However, here are a few trade-offs you
should be aware of and willing to live
with. Everything works - sort of: the
interior trim rattles when you drive
over rough roads (random plastic bits
break off), the wipers do
funny "dances," wind noise through
front doors, noisy at highway speeds,
and the seating/cargo arrangement is
Keyless entry, Auto 4X4 and shift on
the fly, great ground clearance, skid
Split back 3rd seat. Easier 3rd row
entry. Heavier and more responsive
brakes. A little tighter suspension
for better handling.
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