My new Tahoe is fantastic. I was looking at Trailblazers, but decided to go with the larger Tahoe and am so happy I did. The additional space and engine size were big factors as well as the LT package that included leather. Love it and wouldn't trade it for anything!
not worth the money!!!
2007 Chevrolet Tahoeticked off - Saskatchewan, Canada02/10/2009
We loved the vehicle at first until we had to keep taking it in for service. The emmisions control filter is located by the rear tires so when you travel on gravel roads or dusty roads the filter gets plugged and you have to take it in to get replaced. A decent vehicle up to 40,000 kms. Then the trouble starts. the battery buggered up and it was a 1 week wait because there was only one in Canada, a special size they say. Then the torque convertor seals were leaking and it was a day and a half fix. Then the rear u-joint seized up. Now 2 weeks later the check engine light is back on and it is in need of a valve body in the tranny. Another 4-5 hr fix. Also the rear lift gate latch quit working and now I can't access the rear of the vehicle. Another trip in!! When travelling there is not ample space behind the rear seat for luggage. Even groceries get tight back there. The fuel mileage is nowheres where they say it should be and is almost never in V4 mode. Also have to take it in every couple of months for ECM updates. At first we loved the vehicle but now can't wait to get out of the lease. Biggest waste of money I ever had!!!
I love my Tahoe.
2010 Chevrolet TahoeAnonymous - Wichita, KS10/08/2014
Love driving it. Used to have a Camaro, and this took a little to get used to the size, but I will now keep it, and buy a separate sports car for good weather. Great as an every day driver!
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