2001 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 2WD 4dr SUV (5.3L 8cyl 4A)
My 2001 Suburban has a powerful 5.3 L
V8 and on the highway I get 19.5 MPG.
I chose a two wheel drive model for
better fuel economy, lower cost, less
chance of mechanical failure, and
because I don't need four wheel drive.
I plan on keeping it for 250K miles. If
I thought I'd resell it after a couple
of years I probably would have chosen a
four wheel drive model since resale
would be easier. I love this truck. It
is roomy inside and comfortable for my
family. I have four children who all
enjoy riding in it, and I don't have to
worry about them out-growing it. It has
a front bench seat (that I insisted on)
and a third row seat with fairly easy
Roomy interior, dash and instruments,
rear air, Dark tinted windows, 9
passenger seating, running boards,
audio quality, powerful quiet engine,
anti-lock brakes, smooth ride, cargo
capacity, velor seating for better
audio quality, stylish interior and
exterior, GM truck quality.
more adjustable driver's seat for cross
country trips, fuel pump reliability
(had to replace mine which cost me
$800.00 a hard pill to swallow),
better fuel economy(really not to bad
considering its size) more color
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