Feels like a rental car
The plastic moldings around the rear inside door handles both fell off.
The seal on the driver's side front window is defective, and sometimes the window won't go all the way up.
Wheel sensors giving false readings.
This is a company car that I drive both for work and on my personal time - so I didn't have a choice in what make of car I got.
I drive a lot, and after being in the truck for more than a few hours, I get extremely uncomfortable.
While the exterior was designed fairly well, the inside is cheap looking with tons of plastic everywhere.
The radio in my particular truck is not nearly as good as the radio in my base 2005 Impala. Also, the air conditioner is not too effective.
I am a Chevy fan and I love my personal car (Impala), but I think that Chevy didn't spend much time in making this truck nice on the inside. It looks more like it was geared towards the rental vehicle market.
I am also not impressed with how the truck handles. I've rented several Ford Explorers while traveling and I think that they are more responsive in regards to precise turning and evasive maneuvers.
If I had my choice in vehicles, I would have went with either a Tahoe or Explorer.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 23rd October, 2008