2004 Chevrolet Suburban Consumer Review: The Best in it's Class Fuel Ec

2004 Chevrolet Suburban - Consumer Review

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1500 LS 4dr SUV (5.3L V8 FFV 4x4 4-speed Automatic)

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The Best in it's Class Fuel Economy
By armsdealer on


2004 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 LS 4WD 4dr SUV (5.3L 8cyl 4A)


First off, Why are all of you marking this vehicle down for Fuel Economy? For what this thing tows and hauls, including people, you would need 2 Toyota camarys to haul 8 people. Some interior parts are cheap and come loose from time to time, but the space is better than any of the full size imports. This Vehicle is bullet proof Mechanically, and except for the steering shaft problem ($74 at Autozone) This is the toughest, most economical, Extra-Large SUV on the market, and gets the best fuel economy of all of them (non-Hybrid) We moved from a mini van to this and our fuel expenses only increased about $400 a year, that's only $33 per month. Go Drive one, you will be impressed.

Best Features

Space, comfort

Worst Features

Passenger controls for rear dome lights, third row controls for stereo, Don't include the front passenger window in the window lock feature.
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