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Not the best, but it takes you places.
This is an old used vehicle that I suspect had been in a wreck. I've had to put a lot of work and money into this car to make it work at least half as nice as it should. It now drives on the smooth side and the air conditioning blows at an easy rate, it�s not exactly strong enough for summer but during the winter it takes maybe 5-10 minutes for the truck to heat up. The truck has stopped working as the battery has died a couple of times in the span of maybe 2 months. It's not a bad truck as it gets you where you need to go and it�s not a jerky bumpy ride at all. It�s a good truck for someone who doesn't have much money and needs something cheap and fast.
Excellent for large families.
My 2000 Chevy suburban has been completely reliable. I have had it for approximately 2 years, purchase from previous owners. I have only had to make some minor repairs to it. Seats 7 people comfortably with space in the back for shopping or travel luggage. One problem that seems to be recurring for this auto is the brake system lights come on, and sometimes one headlight goes out (I have seen this happen in quite a few of the older models). Other than that, this truck has been perfect.
The most important thing others should know about my car is that I am self sufficient and Independent.
I like this vehicle because it has enough room to haul as much or as little as I want. I like that it is heavy duty and has a 3/4 weight. I like the engine size is very strong to haul around the weight of the vehicle. I also like that when I drive it people get out of my way and do not try to ride my bumper. However I do not like the poor gas mileage and the very expensive fill up.