Cool truck, but you could probably do better for reliability
I drove this truck from Boston to San Diego in 2004. The gas gauge was broken, but I was already used to this from my 97 Blazer's broken gauge!
Good ride, and reliable at first, but around 85,000 miles my back window button broke. $350 to fix that, with $150 just for the little motor that pops the hatch. The gas gauge was going to be around $800 to fix!
Finally, the transmission gave up, and it was almost $1500 to fix that!
Overall, a fun truck to drive, and really good in the New England snow. Just know that repairs are going to be expensive, due to expensive parts, and the fact that everything is so tightly packed, that usually parts need to be removed to get to the parts that need to be replaced.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 21st March, 2012