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  • “A 5-year-old splashing puddles in his Sunday shoes couldn't be having more fun.” — USA Today
  • “Steering wheel. Downright ugly and annoyingly off-center.” — USA Today
  • “about the same [in the slalom] as the Honda Odyssey's time [which] translates into easy highway maneuverability.” — AutoWeek
  • “luxurious space and interior refinements... comfort, plus attention to family needs...” — Woman Motorist
  • “...entry is easier, thanks to a lower step-in height and wider door openings." Access to the third seat has been improved by increasing the clearance behind the sliding second-row seat.” — Automobile
  • “height-challenged mother-in-law found getting into the Suburban a bit of a step up.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...substantially more power; a more rigid frame and a re-engineered suspension provided excellent handling...and the interior was upgraded for greater comfort and convenience.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...with a five-link coil-spring rear suspension that isolates the road so well you'll forget you're in a nearly three-ton SUV.” — Edmunds.com
  • “...the Suburban's outsize proportions enclose the voluminous interior that justifies its existence.” — Car and Driver
  • “...enough cup holders for a kid's birthday party...” — Car and Driver
  • “...buyers can choose between a liftgate or side-hinged rear cargo doors--a feature exclusive to the market.” — Automobile
  • “The optional cloth bucket seats in our LS were okay, but don't offer as much support as I'd like.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Headphone jacks allow rear-seat passengers to listen to CDs while those up front turn on the radio.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Even though the turning diameter of the 2000 model has been reduced by 1.4 feet, parking it is like docking the USS Nimitz.” — Car and Driver
  • “Parking is simpler than I expected, due to a small turn circle and good visibility of all four corners.” — Popular Mechanics
  • “The Suburban negotiates the turn more easily [than the Expedition did], which will give it an advantage in mall parking-lot maneuvers.” — The Car Connection
  • “...beats the Ford Excursion by 23 feet [in braking]... a full truck-length plus one-third.” — AutoWeek
  • “...retains the same folksy qualities that people have loved since its 1935 inception: a cavernous interior, strong torque for towing, off-road capability, and a stable, comfortable ride for long-distance travel.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Unfortunately, many contemporary garages are just too small.” — Popular Mechanics

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