zaskar firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in message
Just bought the Tahoe a couple weeks ago and I can't tell you how
amazing this vehicle is. The comfort factor is spectacular and the
convenience features are amazing. Not sure what is standard in the
Yukon but the personalization in the LT is just perfect. As an
example, based on which key we use to remotely open the vehicle, the
seats, mirrors even the radio station presets all automatically adjust
to the last settings you used (it even picks up where I left off on
the CD I'm listening to).
On 25 Jun 2003 16:23:26 -0700, morph email@example.com (--Morph--)
That's what I figured. I'm hearing good things about the Tahoe. How
is the stereo system in the Tahoe, the one w/ the Bose speakers. I
have a 4Runner that came with JBL 6 speakers or something like that,
to me it just doesn't sound that great. I was hoping the system in
the Tahoe would be much better. My wife has a Mercedes with Bose
speakers and the sound is incredible, crystal clear.
They are great vehicles. After years being kind of stripped down, in
1999-2000 GM finally got it with their C/K models and their redesign
reflected a HUGE increase in convenience features addressing many things
lacking in previous models. In 2003, they kick the convenience features up a
As to the stereo, have you ever been to a high-end audio shop and listened
to three or four sets of $2000-plus home speakers? These pricey speakers all
reflect what their designer believes represents the pinnacle of audio
clarity, yet invariably they all sound different. My experience is that you
would be nuts to expect a nirvana-inducing audio experience from any
factory-installed automobile stereo system.
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