• BG Posted: 8/12/2008 1:49pm PDT

    I've been viewing the Enclave, which I absolutely adore, but it's beyond my price range. Also love the Outlook, very quiet and smooth ride. Glad to have a Chevy option in this body style. You have to drive it to appreciate it!

  • Doom! Posted: 7/24/2008 1:51pm PDT

    This is Doom for the Spring Hill Plant, GM sent this to Spring Hill to fell,it took the HOT selling brand SATURN from the plant, to send it to other plants WHY? All the hard work the people at the former Saturn plant put in to make that car a Different kind of car is gone!
    Thanks GM for another find move!Give Spring Hill back the SATURN!!!

  • chad Posted: 7/3/2008 6:59pm PDT

    It's not hard to see why every talks up Toyota, you don't want to give American products any credit. GM puts out a 5year 100,000mile warranty people say Toyota doesn't need it. I'm a car guy, I've done my research, I've seen all vehicles cons. But it's time to stop being so harsh on the big 3. They've got huge pros, and are trying to eliminate the myths.

  • J-F Houle Posted: 6/29/2008 3:19pm PDT

    Too big too late !

  • JKD Posted: 6/27/2008 11:17am PDT

    Soccer moms don't care for the mileage too much but a crossover (or even four of them) will not even remotely touch the utility and convenience of a minivan.

  • WS Posted: 6/27/2008 10:23am PDT

    The curb weight of the Traverse is around 400lb more than the typical minivan that can carry just as much, if not more than the Traverse. If Chevy really wants a home run they should find a way to get the looks of a crossover with the weight of a minivan. This will give them at least a 2-3 mpg boost, which would really be what makes the impression on today's soccer moms.

  • gas Posted: 6/26/2008 5:57pm PDT

    It's doomed, with not much to differentiate it from other Chevy products. How is this better than a Toyota Sienna? Somehow an EPA of 17/24 doesn't stand out for me.