Tahoes are Great and last a long time
2003 Chevrolet Tahoe LS
Plus/Delta on the Tahoe: Plus - It has plenty of headroom (I am fairly tall) and good leg room. The door width is great, which is important for my mom She has limited mobility and needs the extra space to move into and out of the vehicle. Seating is comfortable - both in the front and in the second row. I opted for the bench seat, again for my size, and has been perfect. Bucket seats are sometimes too narrow for me, causing the seat belt connection to dig into my hip. Performance and reliability have been good. I am at 240k+ miles now. I opted for minimum features, so nothing fancy but everything (radio etc.) works. Delta - There have been some electrical issues, where sensors have needed replacing. This may be attributed to age and wear. However, issues have occurred at the most inopportune times - while on road trips. Since I rarely take long road trips anymore, it still is a great vehicle for local travel. Only other issue is the CD player ate a CD and no longer works. But I got basic audio equipment, and used the CD player ALL the time. So it is expected to wear out over time.