Actually, they are. I had them on my 2014 and that's exactly what improved over the garbage shocks that came on it stock. There was no rebound control with the stock shocks, the Bilstein's could take a pretty big 'hit' and not bounce, just take the truck back to ride height.
I had a 2011 Kia Sorento a few cars ago and really liked it. Kia stood behind their warranty and fixed the few issues I did have with it without question. If I didn't have to have a truck now for towing, I'd definitely have a Telluride. I assume they still offer the 100,000 mile warranty on them, that alone makes it a no brainer. I'd say let her drive both, every Traverse I've ever seen has had a plasticy garbage feel right out of the gate. Chevy has never been able to get the mid-size SUV right as far as I'm concerned.
Park safety switch. I'm not sure how it's done now but it used to be a slide switch mounted on top of the steering column under the dash. If it got a little out of whack it would sense the vehicle not being in park and wouldn't allow it to start. When it won't start in park, are you able to move the shifter around and put it back in park and get it to start sometimes? @pgamboa may be able to shed some light on this as he's been elbow deep in the dash a few times.
...and the inspections keep garbage cars off the road. I never realized how much I appreciated PA inspections until I moved back to Illinois and have to occasionally share the road with some pretty sketchy vehicles.
Correct, my wife's car is literally covered for anything under the sun for 100K miles now because of the Platinum warranty the Dealer put on it to keep from having to buy it back. That's why I said check the coverage to see if it's worth $4K to you or not. It may cover menial stuff that will add up in the long run.
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