Tylers88

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the conveniences it offers, especially with kids, trumps any and all SUV's. Not to mention the $60k+ price tag on Tahoes/Expeditions, poo MPG, etc. etc.
I was originally one of those ppl that said i'd never buy one - but here we are. I drive it a handful of times every couple of months when we take trips and the driver assist tech it has will be a game changer, coupled with upper 20's MPG.
My wife’s old van was no more convenient than my Suburban plus Suburban can pull the boat and camper
 

erbear28

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What new gm suv gets 15 mpg on the highway. My dads 6.2 denali gets 20-22 without trying on the highway
 

Tylers88

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you've never experienced crowded DFW parking lots :read:
No boat, no camper - several 800mi round trips per yr. - 27-30mpg vs 15mpg

wife is happy
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Just because I live in Iowa doesn’t mean I don’t go anywhere and contrary to popular belief Iowa does have cities with shit parking. Last year I drove the Suburban for a couple months while I was working on the road doing about 1000 miles a week, it’s good you guys like I just wondered what the deal was with so many getting vans lately
 
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Huck

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Just because I live in Iowa doesn’t mean I don’t go anywhere and contrary to popular belief Iowa does have cities with shit parking. Last year I drove the Suburban for a couple months while I was working on the road doing about 1000 miles a week, it’s good you guys like I just wondered what the deal was with so many getting vans lately

I’ll take no kids and a RCSB for $100 Alex


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SamCarroll

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need some low MPG testosterone in this piece

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