Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by borazhasleftthebuilding, Aug 27, 2006.
it would be 4dr
got anything great or bad to say aboot them, aside from mpg of course....
My friend had a 96 burban New, and had problems all the time (till 140k) with it until he traded it in for a Yukon XL Denali '01. Not sure why he chose the same type vehicle but hasnt had a problem with the newer vehicle and is now past 100k. Shows that the Chevy 350 may have some issues versus the 6.0L. But of course everyones experiences are different.
are you kidding me ?
they're great rigs. The chevy 350 is VERY reliable, and extremely cheap to fix and rebuild. They go for 300k+ miles with basic maintenance. The 4L60E tranny is what worries me in those rigs -- but if you have problems, put a good reman in there and you should be okay.
All in all, I think those tahoe/suburbans are awsome rigs, and a great value. I'd love to pick up one of those 2-door fullsize tahoes. That'd be tits.
My father-in-law had a 95 2-door deisel, and it was awesome... never had any problems, and you could never tell it was a deisel until you were towing something..., then the power was obvious...
they are basically the same price as a same yr/same mileage cherokee
ya idk...I was always a fan of the 350 until then too. Easy fixes, lots o parts, good power. Somehow I did lose a little faith with it when I saw that his truck was having some issue every 3 months or so And its not like he ran the fucker into the ground either, he took care of it.