One problem after another with this vehicle. Rear air shock ($800), cat converters ($1500), rear axle seal (? $). This is the second GM SUV we have owned and the previous one had issues as well. Never again! We were simply sick of wondering what the next repair bill would be for this truck. We recently dumped this vehicle for a 2006 Honda Pilot. It our Pilot lives up to the normal reliability Honda provides, our piece of mind is worth the loss we took when trading in the Yukon.
Gobs of power (but it comes with the high price of dismal gas mileage)
Improve mechanical build. When the original MSRP is $35K+, I expect more. Every manufacturer is subject to problems, but the issues in GM products (especially as they age) quickly rack up repair costs in the thousands of dollars.
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