Bought mine New in 02. I'd give this an 11 on Comfort and Performance. Regularly drive this 120 miles for work and its a better ride than a Lexus. Acceleration is great and turning radius is tight. I am on the original brakes at 100k! Eight yrs in Florida sun and the ac is still going strong. Had to replace the air suspension bags in the rear. Buy parts online and find a truck specialty shop to install, it's half the dealer cost. The eng is strong but has always been too loud. Had strange elec problems and replaced a box, think it was body control module. The depreciation is horrible, but this makes it a GREAT used car buy! Will keep this until 200k!
Bought used with all the options. I
travel often and this vehicle is very
forgiving to my back; due somewhat to
the lumbar adjustements. This is my
4th SUV and by far the best. All have
been American made, however, I think
the Bravada has a European flare to it.
This is the best car I have had in my life. I totaled my first Bravada by hitting an elk and didn't have a scratch on me. So, I got another one and have been completely satified with it ever since. It is approaching 60,000 miles and I hate to give it up. Will probably buy an extended warranty to keep for another two years. Maybe by then, GM will come up with another one like it.
I have the AWD with full package. The
car handles great, no problems with
snow or rain, it's comfortable. Size
is good,gas mileage could improve (14
around town, 19 on highway trips). The
computer has worked fluidly, it has too
many features to list. The seats fold
into several useful positions and there
is good room in back. My husband is
6'7 and fits with no complaints It's
not a common car compared to the
counter parts (Trailblazer and Envoy),
it gets all kinds of looks and
compliments. If Olds wasn't
discontinuing their line, I'd get