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New style Chevy Tahoe or comparable GMC or Cadiac

Priorities: Exterior styling / Materials & workmanship

Need minimum of 2 seats

Will consider both new and used cars
Maximum mileage: 20000
Maximum age: 2 years

Maximum price: US $ 40000

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Response from jasonmreece

5:49 am March 20, 2017

I highly recommend taking a look at the Toyota Sequoia before making a final decision. IMO, they've taken the Tahoe/Yukon formula and made it even better.

If you decide to go with one of the GM models, I think the Tahoe is the best value (and the best looking also). You're just paying for the 'upscale' look and features on the GMC and (especially) the Cadillac.

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Toyota Sequoia
Chevrolet Tahoe / Suburban

Response from mkaresh

2:41 pm March 31, 2017

I'm not as big a fan of the Sequoia, as it doesn't do anything as well as the GM trucks--except it's probably less likely to require repairs.

With the GM trucks, they drive well for the class, but suffer from poor packaging, so there's far less space for third-row passengers and cargo than there ought to be.

The Ford Expecitioin is far better in this regard, but very dated and not so good in others. It's finally being redesigned for 2018, and the new one could be very, very good. (But probably not the best idea to buy one in it's first model year.)

To read my thorough comparison of the Tahoe and Expedition, look for "Michael's Review" in the "More about" link beneath the Tahoe's photo above.

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Response from NormT

2:24 pm July 11, 2017

My bro-in law was looking at this. Said the smaller unibody do not have enough room. Sequoia sicker too much gas. He focused in on a Tahoe LTZ with 25,000 miles for just under $50,000. It looks like the Denali or Escalade from the side.

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Cadillac Escalade
Chevrolet Tahoe / Suburban
GMC Yukon
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