2005 Chevrolet Tahoequito_yume - Richmond, VA10/10/2007
I can honestly say that this is the best vehicle I have ever owned. I am rough on vehicles and have often found that they couldn't handle it. 80K + of highway miles and lots of very bumpy roads already and this truck is still going strong. Only thing I had wrong is the water pump blew on me at around 50K. at 80K just had the 1st brake work done which was to have the rotors turned. The pads are still in excellent shape! My philosophy when buying was that bigger vehciles have bigger parts so they should last longer. It seems that this is certainly the case and it saves me a lot of money and time having to get things fixed all the time. I'm really happy with my Tahoe, but if I had the extra cash I might have went for the Suburban just for the extra cargo space. when kids are sleeping in the 3rd row seat of the Tahoe on long trips it tends to reduce cargo space quite a bit.
2004 Chevrolet TahoeTried to Buy American - California09/18/2007
The car looks, feels and handles great. It's all about quality however. Rattles, noises, and now the entire guage cluster is failing; at least an $800 dollar expense. The car is just over 3 years old with 39,000 miles. Extremely well taken care of. I guess Chevy knew something about the quality when they set the standard warrant (3 years, 36k miles)! Oor Toyotas- still as solid as when new (and quite a bit older) with no major repairs needed. It's back to Toyota for us!!
1996 Chevrolet Tahoewarrenmom - Houston, TX01/20/2007
I have driven this vechicle for a number of years and love all the safety this vechicle offers. Without my child would have been killed in an economy type vechicle. I believe you have to ask yourself what is more important, saving a life or saving pennies in gas.
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