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153,133 Miles
$5,999

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153,696 Miles
$8,000

Mount Vernon, WA
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173,478 Miles
$7,850

Olive Branch, MS
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250,980 Miles
$7,987

Victoria, TX
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146,749 Miles
$6,299

Archbold, OH
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163,368 Miles
$7,990

Traverse City, MI
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171,328 Miles
$6,595

Champaign, IL
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115,350 Miles
$9,980

Burbank, IL
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217,095 Miles
$5,595

Champaign, IL
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156,662 Miles
$8,990

Wood River, IL
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156,156 Miles
$7,977

Sterling, VA
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125,461 Miles
$7,999

Capitol Heights, MD
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2006 Chevrolet Tahoe
121,156 Miles
$7,498

Marysville, WA
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96,452 Miles
$10,950

Portland, OR
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122,871 Miles
$8,999

El Cajon, CA
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187,100 Miles
$6,995

Port Saint Lucie, FL
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141,950 Miles
$6,988

Jacksonville, FL
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136,949 Miles
$7,800

Loveland, CO
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136,772 Miles
$8,295

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Chevrolet Tahoe Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Chevrolet Tahoe - A car that fits!!

BB
Milton, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
The first thing I noticed and loved about my 2006 Chevy Tahoe Z71 was that it looked different from other Tahoes. At the time, Chevy had a custom roof rack specific to Z71 models that made it unique and was also high-quality and easy to use. I loved the storage compartments in the back. I would keep work gloves and bungee cords there. I will never forget one year when I was buying a Christmas tree, the guys in the lot were so impressed with how efficient I was in bungeeing the tree down. This was 90% due to the roof rack's design, and 10% proactive/efficiency on my part.
Story
The day I purchased the vehicle, I picked 6 of my friends up to take them to a concert. Since I had the third row seat, I was able to accommodate all my friends and tailgating supplies. About a month later, two of my friends were driving Tahoe's. Coincidence, I think not.
Pros
One of my favorite features was the Bose sound system that came standard in the vehicle. The sunroof was also a great feature that I used anytime I could. The captain's chairs were a plus and the open section in the middle was perfect for long items (2x4's, fishing poles, etc.)
Cons
The biggest drawback for me was that my car did not have an aux jack. Meaning I had to use an FM transmitter (and now Bluetooth FM transmitter) to listen to iPod/iPhone. Another negative quality of the car was right at 150,000 miles the transmission, system stability, tire monitors, and steering lights seemed to go out. The last con was trying to fit a baby seat in the captain's chair behind the driver or passenger. I am a tall guy and had to move my seat up (uncomfortably) in order to drive with my son.

1996 Chevrolet Tahoe - She's my headache!

Allen
Stockbridge, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
She's an old trophy, and she may not be as reliable as she once was, but she is my trophy, and I love her. Two-door Tahoe Z71 with a 350. Easy to work on/repair and often times even fun. Planned obsolescence definitely kicking in here, but again, I enjoy the challenge and knew what I was getting into with the purchase. 4x4 and capable of going pretty much anywhere. Not all that reliable for the ole lady, but for me, it's perfect.
Story
The people you meet and interact with solely from coming up and wanting to talk about or learn about the car. Even after 20+ years, it is still an eye turner.
Pros
American made. Standard and interchangeable parts. Knowledge for DIY jobs is readily available and easy to find. Sturdy. Fun. Rugged. Attractive.
Cons
Reliability and longevity. Planned obsolescence. Meaning at this stage in its life, you can tell the auto manufacturer (Chevy) did not want the vehicle to last forever. It rather engineered it to start giving out, and in turn, causing others to want to come back and buy a newer model. It's an industry issue, and one I have grown accustomed to unfortunately...

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