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2003 Chevrolet Tahoe OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Mission Viejo, California
5.0
Dependable and well made.
My Chevy Tahoe has been in our family since my second child was born, and although it is the oldest car that we own, out of four, it is still the sturdiest, roomiest, and better made car compared to the newer makes and models out there today. It has been our around town car, and our road trip car. It has carried my kids and their friends to and from baseball and softball games. It has carried our dog, cat and guinea pig to multiple locations. It's been dependable, and only recently required some work after almost 15 years. It's roomy inside and gives everyone their space on long trips. It has plenty of room in the back for baseball and softball equipment, luggage, pets, you name it. Truly, the only negative thing about it is the gas price at the pump. With a tank that holds about 22 gallons, it's a killer to fill up.
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Raleigh, North Carolina
4.0
Reliable, but has kinks
I bought my 2003 Tahoe in 2013. The first year was fine, no major issues, just regular scheduled maintenance. In year 2, I had an issue with the transmission. After researching the '03 Tahoe, I found out that this is the year that had the most issues with the transmission [I wish I had done this part of my research first]. I got the transmission fixed February of 2015, this ran me almost $3K [$2875 to be exact]. In July, I had a coolant leak, luckily, it was a simple fix, but the mechanic told me that there were a lot of GMC Yukons, and Chevy Tahoes that had this same issue. As stated earlier, it was a simple fix, and fairly inexpensive at $128 [including labor, minus my coupon discount]. These issues created some set backs at the time, but considering I only paid $3500 for the truck, I'm still ahead considering the trucks' value.