I purchased this SUV for my wife a few years ago after shopping around for various SUVs. I am the Chevy fan in the household, so when she showed interest in the TB, I was all for it.
We have experienced more problems than I expected from a vehicle this new. The fuel gauge being the most aggravating. This part is located inside the fuel tank. The sending unit (controls the gauge on the dash) and the fuel pump are one assembly, and cost upwards of $600.00 for the part alone, not to mention the labor to install it. We have been resetting the trip meter and have been getting by, but it continues to frustrate me this gauge is broken.
The other issues with the truck have been fairly minor. I have been able to repair most everything else.
I do really like the way this truck looks and drives. The I6 engine is very quick. The truck is fun to drive and handles well.
Better mileage would be great, but hey it's not a Civic, it's a truck.
The fuel gauge is a known problem on these trucks, and I wish GM would stand behind their product and fix this. Really not exactly safe for my wife and kids to be left stranded because she forgot to reset the trip meter.