After reading the other reviews, my
Tahoe looks like a Toyota. I was
woried about GM quality but had to have
a V8 SUV for towing which meant
Expedition or Tahoe. At 100k mile, the
only real problem was the front
suspension (Pitman and A arms had to be
replaced to keep the truck in
alignment). New altenator, battery, a
few sensors, cap and rotor have also
been replaced. This SUV still has the
most confortable seats of any SUV, tows
exceptionally, is just the right size,
and has classic SUV styling. Didn't
think I would get used to the mushy
brakes, but they do stop ok if you
remember what you're driving. MPG has
been about 16.5 in city/highway mix.
Front seat comfort, V8 power with
better MPG than Ford V8, Exterior looks.
GM electrical problems, firmer brake
pedal, GM interior quality is still
subpar to every other VM.
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