This vehicle is very reliable and still
pulls 20 mpg. Maintenence over the
past 150,000 miles includes an
alternator change(which is a weak link
on most GM vehicles, ball joints - you
can't grease the top joint. Spark plug
wires,rear u-joint, fuel filter, and
muffler. The smart track works
flawlessly in snow. Talk to the
dealers, they don't see too many 92's
shadowing the door for service.
My only complaint when I first got the
vehicle was body roll w/factory tires.
Invest in Dunlop Radial Rovers or
Michelin LTX's. I've had both.
Michelins are queiter but pricy. The
Bravada will handle much better and is
safer in emergency manuvers.
Fuel Economy, Capability on snow,
Appeasing style, Tailgate (I hate
liftgates),Nice option package, Body is
still in good shape (no rust)
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