What do you think the next Tahoe will be like?

Discussion in 'Next Generation Tahoe Talk' started by LAP TOP GAMER, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. road1will

    road1will Full Access Member

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    Doesnt matter. Just though a college degree would = knowing how to spell, at a minimum. :thumbsup:
     
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    i know how to spell. but i think faster than i type.

    when i write its fine. plus spell checker is a real PIA to use. :mpr:
     
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    THANKYOU

    i want the next tahoe to be only 20k and have more options that a fully loaded cruise ship.

    o yea and get from 0-100 in less than 4 seconds. :brsh1:
     
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    The next-gen Tahoe/Yukon needs a diesel engine. End of story. The new 4.5L diesel that GM is developing would be perfect, and a 6.6L diesel option would be simply amazing.
     
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    That is the only way we will ever see fold-flat seats.

    We looked hard at the Expedition EL (w/IRS) just becuase of that feature. I honestly would have bought the Ford if the interior wasn't designed by Fisher-Price :ack:

    IRS with fold-flat mid and rear seats, some lighter materials and a solid 6sp (giving better acceleration and economy) would be the perfect evolution of the platform IMHO.

    v/r

    Allen