I can't judge my 2017 yet... at 27k miles it's been flawless, but it's too early to tell. If it ends up as reliable and as problem free as my 2008 Tacoma was, I'll be happy. At 185k, all I did was regular maintenance, tires, brakes, muffler and a $150 steering shaft. Pretty good for 10 years of ownership.
Loco-diablo replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomThe more I look at it, the more I like it. It does look bad ass. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I'm averaging about 17 mpg with my 2017 5.3 this time of year.. About 80% highway, 20% city.. Winter blend fuel and remote start warm ups has a big affect. This compared to about 21 mpg average in the summer months.
I say go for a Tahoe/Suburban or a Yukon/XL if you feel you'd rather have more interior room, then buy a small utility trailer to haul leaves and stuff around when needed. You may not even need a trailer for many household chores as the back is pretty BIG with the seats folded up. That's the route I'm considering next time around.
When I bought my new Volvo with auto braking, they demonstrated it in the parking lot using a cardboard silhouette of a pedestrian. So some cones or some sort of standing cardboard cutout should allow you to test it.
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