2003 Chevrolet Tahoe LS Rwd 4dr SUV (4.8L 8cyl 4A)
I love my Tahoe, but I have had many problems with it. The intermediate shaft's gone out twice. The actuator for the vent control's going out (will eventually lose control over where the a/c and heat come out). Speedometer cluster went out. Passenger window's getting slow. Steering wheel and driver door sqeak uncontrollably (door bolt costs $100 to fix). Chevy says actuator, intermediat shaft, and speedometer cluster problems are common in Tahoes with this body style. Not sure if I'll ever buy another one. All of the problems have been expensive and made me dislike the car that I once loved. Not worth the money. The new ones would have to be totally different for me to buy one.
Great gas mileage for the size. It's very comfortable to drive and ride in. Roomy and nice looking (inside and out).
Intermediate shaft is the pits. Many mechanical and design flaws that can hinder the likeability/operation of the Tahoe.
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