Overall, I am satisfied with the
vehicle. It was precisely the size I
was looking for. However, when you
compare some of the features to other
SUVs, it seems that components are
missing. Example, for $1,000 more you
can get an Infiniti QX56 with the
Xenon Headlamps, LED tail lights, 2nd
row heated bucket seats, 8 way
passenger seats, Laser assisted Cruise
control, and brake preview assist. The
only reason I did not get the QX is
because it is just too large for what
I was looking for.
Easiest Navigation System to use in
the industry with its touch screen.
Super smooth ride. Built in Wind
Deflector for Sun Roof.
Add some modern features. Even Chevy
has Xenon headlamps. There’s a MANUAL
transfer case; my 1st SUV, 92 GMC
Jimmy had push button transfer, and
since the GX features video
claims “Luxury,Technology,& Comfort,”
you would assume technology= button.
Chevy also has 8 way passenger seat.
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