2004 Chevrolet Suburban Consumer Review: 2nd in a row with transmisson

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2nd in a row with transmisson problems
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2004 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 LS Rwd 4dr SUV (6.0L 8cyl 4A)


It is easy to drive with great performance and gas mileage that I accept, but the thing was slapped together design-wise and put together poorly with cheap materials. The coat hook is placed in the wrong place and most all of the plastic covers for the seat tracks and one rear door light cover fell off. The rear door lights never have worked. The transmission soon failed after the 35,000.00 mile warranty ended and cost over $1,800.00 to rebuild. The ignition switch failed; that cost was $600.00 plus the car rental. A power window motor failed. The leather seat has not torn and has not come loose at a seam, but it is of such thin, poor quality it has worn though.

Best Features

Roomy, comfortable, quiet, easy to drive, great power.

Worst Features

Design it better for function and us much better materials that do not fall off or apart.
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