We bought the car primarily for towing and to cart a large dog around with us, which is why we did not select a truck (open beds not good for dogs). While it tows well with out the tow/haul mode on, it does not tow so well with it on, as our previous Yukon did. When you apply breaks with the tow/haul mode turned on, the down shift is hard and sudden which causes the car and horse trailer to jerk. I asked to have this checked and was told it was normal. Fortunately the car has enough power to tow with out the tow/haul mode on. It is comfortable to drive and has plenty of room for "stuff" and the dog. Overall, we are happy with it. We were so happy with our first Yukon (11 year!) that we decided to go with this manufacturer again.
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