I must admit, I haven't owned it long,
but a very good vehicle, EXCEPT for the
brakes. Between the increased pedal
travel 'till somewhat firm and a mushy
pedal beyond that, creates continual
uncertainty of having enough room in
front of you to stop. Probably because
of the 4whl ABS. The dealer checked
them out and more than one person at
the dealership said "that's the way
they are, you have to get used to
them". Otherwise it has a drive train
which (so far) has been dependable and
gets very good gas mileage for its size
It's a highway cruiser (65-75 is
effortless) with the ride and power.
My rig is fully loaded and besides
everything working well, the controls
are well designed and where they should
be. Like the rear air and rear "barn"
doors over the one-piece lift up
BRAKES! Or at least have GM help
create "upgrade" kits to improve the
braking; whether it be pads, rotors, or
whatever. The standard Firestone tires
have the worse wet traction ever
experienced. It would be nice to have
more steering feedback at the wheel.
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