2002 Chevrolet Tahoe LS 2WD 4dr SUV (4.8L 8cyl 4A)
I bought mine during the $2002 rebate and for invoice less the rebate. The only options on mine is the 285hp engine, rear liftgate, and raised letter tires. At exactly $28k plus TT&L this truck is a bargain. I'm getting right at 15mpg city (with fairly conservative driving.) It is quiet, smooth, and very well done. I had a 96 Tahoe. Almost loved it but the brakes were terrible and the design was sloppy. GM has nailed these new SUV's, and I am very pleased. If reliability proves good, I'll call it just about perfect.
Great things compared to the old Tahoe: liftgate, flip-down rear headrests when folding the seats, auto headlights, retained accessory, courtesy lights under the outside mirrors, much better stereo, quieter, tighter, more refined.
Same ugly fabric on the seats as my old Tahoe. If you compare the cloth in a Pathfinder to the Tahoe, the seats look cheap. Mostly, I've no complaints so far.
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