Vital Stats

Engine:
5.3L V8
Power:
355 HP / 383 LB-FT
Transmission:
6-Speed Auto
0-60 Time:
7.5 Seconds (EST)
Drivetrain:
Four-Wheel Drive
Curb Weight:
5,683 LBS
Seating:
2+3+3
Cargo:
94.7 CU-FT (max)
MPG:
16 City / 22 HWY
Base Price:
$45,595
Remember the SUV-asaurus? As a character in an ad campaign, it made us chuckle, the general gist being that the huge sport-utility vehicles of years past were hopelessly out of date, falling prey to higher gas prices and a shifting consumer attitude toward more efficient transportation, namely the car-based crossover. While no specific manufacturer was targeted (besides Suzuki, of course, as it was the brand that paid for the ad campaign), there were a few fullsize SUVs clearly wearing crosshairs – most obviously the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban and their corporate Yukon and Yukon XL twins from GMC.

Humorous as it may have been to poke fun at a would-be dodo, it seems the grave meant for the fullsize body-on-frame SUV may have been dug rather prematurely (ironically, the burial plot ended up being for Suzuki itself, at least here in the States). Proof positive can be seen in the 2015 Chevy Tahoe that is the subject of today's feature. It's a completely redesigned machine, and it holds an important place in the automaker's lineup – according to General Motors, fullsize SUVs make up 1.6 percent of the US vehicle market (2.2 percent if you include luxury nameplates), and GM owns a whopping 74 percent of that chunk. Add it all up and that equals 263,948 sales in 2013. What's more, these aren't low-dollar sales, with an average transaction price of $53,000, and they are known to have particularly huge profit margins.

So, we've established that fullsize SUVs aren't yet dead, Chevrolet and GMC are two of the biggest players in the segment and, importantly, that the market is lucrative. It was with these facts in mind that we slid behind the wheel of the 2015 Chevy Tahoe. Just who is it that are buying up these massive utilities, and what are the specific virtues that lead to their continued success? Let's find out.
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To our eyes, it looks more purposeful than pretty.

When looking through an out-of-focus lens, just about any fullsize body-on-frame sport utility is going to appear mostly like a big box on wheels. Fortunately, Chevy has gone to great lengths to give the Tahoe a distinctive look. Whether it's an attractive vehicle, though, is certainly up for debate. To our eyes, it looks more purposeful than pretty, with a handsome profile that's a bit spoiled by the strangely shaped headlamp clusters and massive, upright chrome grille. If you don't like the look of the Tahoe, remember that there's a probably a GMC dealer close by with a sales floor full of Yukons, which we think look quite a bit prettier.

The good news is that its long, straight lines and vertical stance mean its interior is large, bright and airy. Seats are comfortable, and the leather surfaces of our LTZ tester were soft and supple. In front of the driver sits a cluster with easy-to-read gauges, including a large tachometer on the left, a matching speedometer on the right and a row of four smaller ancillaries in between. A reasonably sized LCD sits below those smaller gauges, offering the driver basic information that includes trip odometers and fuel mileage readouts. When optioned up properly, all the surfaces you can touch are covered in a soft-ish leather substitute in either gray or brown shades with attractive stitching. Similarly, the steering wheel is nicely covered and easy to put into a comfortable position.

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The center console is dominated by an eight-inch LCD screen in LT and LTZ models, with a cubby hidden behind. That touchscreen features Chevy's MyLink infotainment system, which includes, among other things, Bluetooth, Pandora and, when so equipped, navigation. As many as six USB ports and six power outlets can be found inside the Tahoe for today's totally connected families – that's 12 devices drawing power from the Tahoe at once. All in, some 10 separate devices can be linked to the infotainment system.

Some 10 separate devices can be linked to the infotainment system.

And that leads us to the Tahoe's first easily discernible virtue: size. There's no getting around the fact that the Tahoe is a large vehicle, measuring in at 204 inches in length on a 116-inch wheelbase. It is 80.5 inches wide, with a 68.7-inch track. If that doesn't mean anything to you, consider this: maximum seating capacity sits at nine, and even when fully loaded with people, there's still 15.3 cubic-feet of storage space in back, which is comparable to the trunk size of a midsize sedan. If you don't need all those seats, fold the third row flat (a new feature for 2015) and you'll be rewarded with 51.6 cubes with which to fill. Fold all but the front seats flat and the Tahoe will swallow a truly impressive 94.7 cubic-feet of stuff. Besides other fullsize SUVs like the Ford Expedition, Nissan Armada and Toyota Sequoia, the only kind of passenger vehicle with comparable specs would be a minivan, but those have their own set of limitations.

Got a boat? A family-size travel trailer? Dirtbikes, jet skis or a classic car? No problem. The 2015 Chevy Tahoe can tow as much as 8,600 pounds (minus 200 lbs for 4x4s), far exceeding that of any minivans on the market. It's also available with real, honest-to-goodness four-wheel drive, which means it can find traction in adverse conditions and can get places where less-capable machinery has to find a place to park.

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Much of the Tahoe's machoness comes from its pickup-based genetic makeup. While most utility vehicles on the market today have long since abandoned a perimeter frame, opting instead for lighter unibody construction, Chevrolet continues to bolt the body, powertrain and suspenders of its fullsizer to a fully boxed steel frame. This, while hopelessly out of fashion in today's automotive world, has a few benefits, not the least of which is its ability to haul heavy loads, as previously discussed.

The Tahoe can tow as much as 8,600 pounds.

Drawbacks, however, are often seen as outweighing factors – (usually) poorer efficiency due in part to higher weight (in this case, 5,466 pounds with two-wheel drive or 5,683 with four-wheel drive), and, due to the fact that they require multiple pieces to make a whole (as opposed to a single unibody structure), a rougher ride and a general sense of shimmying and shaking. Starting with the latter, we're happy to report that GM has done an excellent job of assuaging those on-road jitters.

The 2015 Chevy Tahoe rides rather well, with a quiet confidence on rough roads that feels like at least a match for any of its competitors. The Tahoe's ride and handling have been improved over its predecessor thanks to a number of engineering refinements that include a wider rear track and revised suspension geometry that includes a new cross-axis ball joint, more high-strength steel, shear-style body mounts and available Magneride magnetic ride control. Most of these updates are inherited from the latest Silverado and Sierra pickup trucks, but the magneto-rheological shocks, which come standard in LTZ trim, is worth mentioning. The technology, well known for its appearance on Chevy's own Corvette as well as Ferrari models, is capable of adapting its damping characteristics in as little as 10 milliseconds in response to changing road conditions. Suffice it to say that the technology works as advertised, offering a smooth ride and responsive handling in one package with no extra work required of the driver.

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Buyers who choose LS or LT models receive much more basic twin-tube shocks and coil springs that are as much as 30-percent stiffer than before, while the Z85 package that comes with a heavy-duty trailering package benefits from a load-leveling rear suspension. Neither of these suspension systems is as fancy or functional as Magneride, but they certainly do a fine job of isolating passengers from the most jarring of roadway infractions. Eighteen-inch wheels come standard with P265/65R18 tires, and buyers with a thing for bling can option those all the way up to 22 inches in diameter. That said, we would recommend exercising some restraint in that department, as the 20-inchers of our LTZ test car struck a fine balance between looks, ride and handling. The 2015 Tahoe is also commendably quiet, though the Yukon is a bit quieter still due to its more extensive use of sound-deadening glass.

Chevy has done an excellent job of tuning the steering for its latest fullsize SUVs.

New for 2015 is an electronic steering system that replaces the old tried-and-true hydraulic setup. While enthusiasts sometimes bemoan these variable units, we found that Chevy has done an excellent job of tuning the rack for its latest fullsize SUVs. Little effort is required to turn the wheel at low speeds, as when maneuvering in a parking lot, and the effort stiffens admirably at higher speeds, giving a solid feel of straight-ahead steadiness.

Tahoe, Suburban and Yukon buyers will all benefit from Duralife brake rotors inherited from the company's fullsize pickups. GM says these units are far more durable than conventional rotors, making them extremely resistant to warpage that can be felt through the brake pedal, if not the steering wheel. We found the brake pedal reassuringly firm, and that's comforting when piloting such a large vehicle full of precious cargo... like seven human beings. We also appreciated the power-adjustable brake pedals fitted to our LTZ test vehicle, though we noted that the brake pedal was positioned unusually closer to the driver's foot than the gas pedal. We got used to the arrangement in short order, and we don't imagine anyone doing any heel-toe action in the big SUVs as there's no clutch pedal, but your mileage may vary. GM includes a full suite of driver assistance technologies as standard equipment, including StabilliTrack, ABS, trailer sway control and Auto Grade Braking, which downshifts on long descents to help preserve the brakes while keeping vehicle speed in check.

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The 6.2 was optional in the Tahoe for a few years, but buyers almost never wanted it.

All 2015 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban models are equipped with the latest version of GM's trusty 5.3-liter V8 engine, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that pretty much carries over from the last generation. There's 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque on tap, and that feels like plenty of power in the Tahoe... until you take the Yukon Denali for a drive and experience the 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of its 6.2-liter V8. We asked Chevy why the 6.2 isn't at least optional in the Tahoe and were told that it was for a few years, but buyers almost never wanted it. So there you go...

In any case, GM's 5.3-liter V8 engine offers lots of technology to keep it current, including direct injection and variable valve timing, which, along with active cylinder deactivation that turns this V8 into a V4 when ultimate power isn't required, equals EPA-estimated fuel mileage ratings of 16 miles per gallon in the city and 23 highway for two-wheel-drive models (22 on the highway with four-wheel drive). Due to improved efficiencies across the entire Tahoe platform, we noticed that the 5.3-liter engine was able to operate on four cylinders much more often and for longer periods than past systems from GM, and the switch between the two modes was truly seamless. As an interesting little factoid, GM notes that its very first small-block V8 engine appeared on the scene in 1955, displacing 4.3 liters and putting out 145 hp and 238 lb-ft as an option in the '55 Chevy Suburban.

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It's also worth noting that Chevy offers different power ratings for its 5.3 engine when run on E10 fuel and when run on E85. When filled with 85-percent ethanol, the V8 spits out 380 horses (35 more than on E10) and 416 lb-ft (33 more torques). Score one for the higher octane ratings offered by ethanol, eh? There aren't separate fuel economy listings on the differing fuels, though, and we'd expect Tahoe drivers to lose a few mpg on E85.

The 2015 Tahoe is easily the leader of the fullsize body-on-frame SUV pack.

Several paragraphs back, we mentioned some key competitors, namely the Expedition, Armada and Sequoia. With a starting price of $45,595, the Tahoe is priced in line with its segment, though it's easy to push the LTZ, which starts at $60,490, up into the low $70s with all its many option boxes checked (and for that price, we'd be keen to look at the Yukon Denali). These vehicles offer a similar size and a similar number of seats to the Tahoe, and they offer powerful V8 engines, just like the Chevy. But none of them have the polish or poise of the Bowtie's big SUV, and neither can they claim anything near the Tahoe's 16/23 estimated mpg (all three of those competitors scores just 13 or 14 mpg in the city, and highway ratings range from the Toyota's 17 mpg to the Ford's 20).

Put simply, if what you need is a big sport utility vehicle to haul your family, your stuff or some combination thereof, the 2015 Tahoe is easily the leader of the fullsize body-on-frame SUV pack. And, with its newfound comfort and efficiency, we imagine that the beastly SUV-asaurus will manage to evade its grave for several more years, at least.


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      Jonathan
      • 9 Months Ago
      I feel the same way about this new Tahoe, as I do about the new Range Rover. They should have just given it another face lift or something. The previous gen Tahoe looked 100 times better than this exterior wise.
      cpmanx
      • 9 Months Ago
      Would be much more appealing if it offered a diesel option (in a segment where that kind of option actually makes sense) and if GM had sorted out the styling more effectively. Personally I am a fan of the folded-box look, and the effort to graft on a few curves just looks gawky.
      Ryan
      • 9 Months Ago
      I know it's small, but why couldn't the shark fin mounted along the center of the vehicle? It is off center and something like that would drive my crazy. I know it's stupid, but that is one of the first things my eye went to when I saw the pics.
      eric
      • 9 Months Ago
      Every time I see a Body-on-frame beast such as this, it makes me think of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZeFDe44Ddo
      ragtopdodge
      • 9 Months Ago
      I like it, but I actually like the longer Suburban suits its straight lines better. I'm not a fan of these bronto dinosaurs, but they serve a purpose for big families and toy haulin'. I will never understand vehicles with grey interiors. Yuck! And any family car cannot have light-colored carpet. I mean seriously, that carpet will get gross within 2 months w/all the soccer kids piled into this thing.
      Karsten Marcelo
      • 9 Months Ago
      I've always wondered, there's a rating power rating for E10 fuel and a power rating for E85 fuel, I've never owned a flexfuel vehicle before, would filling it half half get a somewhere in between power rating or does it require you to empty out a tank before switching fuels?
      WindsWilling
      • 9 Months Ago
      These vehicles need to be taken off the road, first off to save gas. Second, because they're so damn big and the idiots who buy these don't know how to drive and park. Take note of this next time you drive past a Walmart which is the owner of these trucks watering holes or something there are so many of them. Finally, the price tag. If you buy one of these in their mid-to-high price range, you need to take a long hard look at yourself in the mirror, get checked out by a doctor, and see how else you are probably failing at in life. $70k for a chevy truck, a CHEVY... LOL. You know how many worthy brands are out there with better made, better looking, better value holding, better performing, and better on eco? If your daughter is your sister AND your momma then this maybe the truck for you!
        ryanmit01
        • 9 Months Ago
        @WindsWilling
        WindsWilling - The Tahoe LTZ is a bargain at 70k if you did the requisite comparison shopping. According to you, my wife and I are idiots. Read your last sentence and tell me who is the idiot. Thanks and have good day. ;-)
        richard
        • 9 Months Ago
        @WindsWilling
        Don`t hate them just because you can`t afford one.
        carguy1701
        • 9 Months Ago
        @WindsWilling
        tl;dr
      Richard
      • 9 Months Ago
      Who can afford a $70k SUV? With a bow tie? Seriously, who's buying these that aren't getting the QX56 or spending another $5k for an Escalade? Or buying a Audi Q7 or GL450? $70,000?!
        • 9 Months Ago
        @Richard
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          Karfreek
          • 9 Months Ago
          A Sequoia Platinum 4x4 is $65,4XX delivered to the dealer. It also comes with two things the Chevy does not: *Quality/Reliability * Resale Value
          • 9 Months Ago
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          Carpinions
          • 9 Months Ago
          Karfreek, even if the Sequoia Platinum only tops out at $65k, the point is the Tahoe/Burb has now been revved twice in the current Sequoia's lifetime on the market. No new 2015 Sequoia was announced and shown along with the Tundra. The Tahoe has a higher tow rating even being smaller, while having less power overall. Reliability? I'll put the Chevy V8 against the Toyota's any day of the week, and twice on Sunday if the topic is MPG. Resale value? Well, there are a hell of a lot of Tahoes on the used market (because it just plain sells better), so that argument is a bit moot by reason of sheer volume of one versus the other. Clearly resale is not the primary determinant in the minds of customers. yonomo200's point about the Land Cruiser is even more relevant. The LC is stupendously expensive, and still has the Toyota badge on the front, *and* it's less capable than a Sequoia at least for on-road day-to-day reasons. Plus, what's an LC gonna do that a Jeep GC (which also tops out around $70k, has a diesel option, and is MUCH smaller than a Tahoe) can't? When an American make or VW sells a car for high 5-figures with the brand's logo on it? Whoa! Everyone suddenly wants to smack them down a few rungs. Funny how some of the free marketeers here suddenly get all communistic when a plebian tool appears to command too much money...
          Karfreek
          • 9 Months Ago
          Car Opinions, I feel bad that you spent so much time writing that because I did not read it. Yonomo200 tried to say that a Sequoia could cost more than a Tahoe when it in fact could not and I called him out on it. At the end of the day I could careless about either because neither peaks my interest. I did notice as I was scrolling thru what you wrote and see you brought up Jeep and VW. I'm not sure why, when the discussion was Chevys and Toyotas.
          • 9 Months Ago
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          Carpinions
          • 9 Months Ago
          Karfreek, yonomo's point largely stands. Max out a Sequoia and its $65 and change. Max out a Tahoe and its $69 and change. Not a lot of difference there. That difference on a loan would be a matter of a few tens of dollars a month. As many have pointed out, there are smaller, less capable vehicles that cost as much or more. "the discussion was Chevys and Toyotas" The discussion was just about Chevys until you brought up the Sequoia. Why is it not appropriate for others to compare the Chevy to other makes beyond Toyota? "Car Opinions, I feel bad that you spent so much time writing that because I did not read it...you wrote and see you brought up Jeep and VW. I'm not sure why..." Well if you had read what I posted, you'd know why.
        Karfreek
        • 9 Months Ago
        @Richard
        1. I did not bring up the Sequoia, yonomo200 did. 2. yonomo200's point does not stand because he said that a maxed out Sequoia is "well over that" (inreference to the Tahoes $70,000+ price tag) when in reality it is $65,410 which the last time I checked was well UNDER $70,000. 3. A maxed out Tahoe is not $69k because the as tested price here was $70,080 and the last I checked there was no factory delivery offered on the tahoe, so you have to pay the delivery. Pulling that number off to make your point is just a shell game. If you are going to pull delivery off the Tahoes price pull it off the Sequoia as well.
      mbukukanyau
      • 9 Months Ago
      The reality is, under Obama & Democrats, Americans are poorer and the dollar has collapsed. The notion that even the impala and Camry are not as affordable as they used to be. Further, to fund itself the government is inflating the price of oil so that they can collect more money, given they do not flat rate the tax but take a percentage of gas sold. So the high price is to line their pockets as they speak out of the left side of their mouths about how bad oil companies are, yet, if you take local state and federal taxes, most gas money goes to the government, not even the oil companies.
        hboi18
        • 9 Months Ago
        @mbukukanyau
        Yes its Obama's fault you cannot afford to buy a Loaded Toyota Camry For $15k like you could 20 years ago....not inflation or anything else....
        raughle1
        • 9 Months Ago
        @mbukukanyau
        *yawn*
        richard
        • 9 Months Ago
        @mbukukanyau
        Reality, huh? Whatever you say, Foxbot.
        RLC
        • 9 Months Ago
        @mbukukanyau
        Remind me - was it Democrats who were the heads of the banks who destroyed the world economy in 2008? Or Democrats who started two unfunded wars without exit strategies? Conservatives have been so stung by the smack-down they received that they're STILL whining about Liberals at every opportunity. Waaaa, Obama ruined my chance at driving a Camry. Poor, victimized Republicans...
          churchmotor
          • 9 Months Ago
          @RLC
          carguy1701, are you also the expert to ask for global finance?
          churchmotor
          • 9 Months Ago
          @RLC
          RLC, Yes, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, both Democrats where in charge of all the spending bills and law creating well before 2008 and a few years afterwards.
        OptimusPrimeRib
        • 9 Months Ago
        @mbukukanyau
        What's funny is that the Republican states that are run by conservative policies are the poor and most dependent on the federal government and welfare for aid. Thanks Obama.
      wooootles
      • 9 Months Ago
      Here we go, a bunch of Autoblog hipsters saying they'd rather have mocha-colored diesel manual wagon for $30k than a planet killing dinosaur! Of course, they obviously can't afford their mocha-colored diesel manual shooting wagon.
      Travis C. Vasconcelo
      • 9 Months Ago
      What a sad day it is when a reliable quality product like Suzuki is gone and giant GM soldiers on with cars that become death traps uncovered up to 12 years later after the fact by lawyers. For $70,000 you'd think fuel economy could be better, you'd expect it would be an easier vehicle to maneuver…but yet it isn't? American buyers must all have penis envy and need the BIGGEST vehicle to make up for the smallest member! There are a plethora of minivans out there with similar interior space and hauling capability which get better mileage. But that just won't do for the size obsessed American market. The automotive equivalent of wrecked excess and gluttony…which according to the book of Leviticus in the bible, is a sin. Reminds me of a story a wise old river boat Captain once told me. You could have two boats at a landing…a small plain one with a sign that says this boat goes to Heaven, fare FREE and the other one (a large fancy boat with all the frills) with a sign that says this boat goes to hell, fare .50 cents. Everyone in town would pay 50 cents and go to hell! I hope these GM buyers are aware of a recent recall of cars over 12 years old that GM covered up all this time. Cause the Old GM and the New GM aren't much different!
        domingorobusto
        • 9 Months Ago
        @Travis C. Vasconcelo
        Wow. I shouldn't mess with the crazies. But here we go preacher man! What should people that have to move large amounts of people and things at the same time do for a vehicle? For instance, during high school I worked at a detail shop. A lady regularly came though with an Excursion. She regularly hauled her four kids and their friends to various activities. So she regularly hauled up to a total of 10 people and all their crap to functions at around 20 mpg (it was a diesel). Tell me how she could do that more efficiently? With 3 sedans getting 32 mpg each? Oh wait, your total fuel expenditure to accomplish the same task is WAY higher with the sedans, who'd have thought it? And what if you regularly need to haul more than 4 people, and equipment, and a trailer? What are you going to use in place of a large SUV (besides maybe a truck based van)? These still serve a valuable purpose, one no minivan on the market can fill. It's ridiculously lazy thinking to just call it penis replacement, especially considering how many buyers in this segment are women. And come on man, feel free to have your opinion on religion, but please don't bring it into discussions where it has no relevance. You're giving us non-insane Christians a bad name.
        J W
        • 9 Months Ago
        @Travis C. Vasconcelo
        Thanks for the sermon /sarcasm This vehicle is not a high volume, those who spend the money don't care about MPG's. You can't tow a decent sized boat, horses, or another vehicle with a minivan. (or at the very least it would far more dangerous to try and tow those things with the minivan over the SUV) I understand, there are a lot of people who buy this just because of what it is. But there are those who need this vehicle, period. They shouldn't be looked down upon because of this.
      ryanmit01
      • 9 Months Ago
      We just bought a 2015 Tahoe LTZ on Monday. Black on Black with the an MSRP of 65k. I am blown away by how many features this thing has for the price. Here are just a few: Magnetic Ride Control, Upgraded leather, leather dash, 8" Nav screen (with 5 custom themes), power folding middle seats, power folding rear seats, sunroof, retractable side-steps, My Link (Pandora, bluetooth streaming, etc), rear entertainment system (includes a PS4 looking remote and two wireless headphones), full LED interior lighting, smoked chrome and gray 22 inch rims, power folding mirrors, rear camera, front/rear parking sensors. I could go on, but a 2015 Escalade with the same options will run about 84k. We traded in our 2014 Audi Q7 TDI which stickered at 70k. The Tahoe is a much better vehicle on every level compared to the Audi. We traded in a 2010 Escalade Hybrid last summer for the Q7. Bad move on our part. The Q7 TDI is a terrible vehicle from the functionality of the interior, the brakes, the acceleration and the ride and handling. Terrible. There is supposed to be a new Q7 this fall. We traded it in before the official announcement so we didn't lose any more money on trade-in (got 56k for it). FYI - Somebody needs to tell Audi that it should not take 5 button clicks to change the rear AC fan settings then a few more clicks after that to change the temperature. Audi MMI in the Q7 is an ergonomical nightmare.
        redgpgtp97
        • 9 Months Ago
        @ryanmit01
        Nice to have all these options even though many you don't need. That's what you pay for in a $40-80K truck.
        churchmotor
        • 9 Months Ago
        @ryanmit01
        Make sure you only have one key on your key ring. GM can't even engineer an ignition switch to hold the weight of two keys.
          jack s.
          • 9 Months Ago
          @churchmotor
          Also the Tahoe is push button start...research prior to trolling an unrelated issue
          Alfonso T. Alvarez
          • 9 Months Ago
          @churchmotor
          Hey mental midget - GM doesn't engineer ignition switches, suppliers do ...
        ChadP
        • 9 Months Ago
        @ryanmit01
        Out of curiosity did you consider a Land Cruiser?
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