The GMC Jimmy (and my 1999) is a good
compromise for those who don't wish to
pay more. In general, the
craftsmanship isn't very good, but
acceptable. Bumpers etc. will move out
of alignment with time. The car
handles very nicely and you can take
corners at the advertised caution
speed or slightly above with no
feeling of tipping over. A major
problem is the turning radius, which
is horrible) and the ball joints which
I like the way the car handles.
GM really needs to do something about
the ball joints, turning radius, and
the overall craftsmanship.
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