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very nice ;never regreted buying
Pros: power and heated seats
Cons: gas milagelove the ride; like the looks;enjoy it every day
Pros: Accleration, good troaty exaust system
Cons: Firmness of seatsI had a Trail Blazer prior and it was superior. This Taho is a bit Truckish in ride, firm not cushy like the Blazer. But when you push on the gas you can get around in traffic. For a large vehicle it's nimble. I drive alot in small town and Big Town Houston / Dallas its great you feel safe in traffic. Very good pulling vehicle. We had to use it this year in 20 to21' of snow, preformed great.
Pros: seat position on exit
Cons: MPGI really like the size of my trailblazer, not difficult to part.
my best ever vehicle
Pros: comfortable seating for all 5I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT MY HHR! never felt this way abt any car before!!! SERIOUSLY***
Excellent vehicle especially in the snow
Pros: Everything and its safeExcellent vehicle safe especially when you have young children. Its good to know that you are safe because this vehicle indicates any problem and its just awesome and spacious. Its like a beast on the highway and i feel like im on top of the world.
Yet another iteration of the legendary Suburban
Pros: Exceeded expectaions in comfort, reliability, maintanance costs, finish and manuverability)
Cons: MPG (average 17, which is good for the size and power, but still hurts)This is my 5th Suburban or Tahoe The 2007 delivers all that was promised. Fit and finish still get comments after 4 years. Aftermarket 22” rims and tires turn heads, but change the ride. Unless perfectly balanced and optimally inflated, you feel a lot more of the road with the 22s. Plenty of room for both my work equipment and my for passengers at the same time. Comfortable as driving a lounge chair. This 2 wheel drive can handle ice with ease while others with 4wd are slipping away. Would love to see my next Suburban take advantage of additional transmission gears (5 or 6 instead of the current 4). This might squeeze more mileage out of the engine and could improve perceived acceleration.