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by tscatch from | May 13, 2011
Nice truck that demands attention. Base model has less hp than the others and can be sluggish on hills and off the gate, but when engaged in the Sport mode, it increases the output with little effect on the miles per gallon. It's quite roomy and can fit five adults easily. Gas is a little stingy, but I have found I can average just over 23mpg on the highway. The drive is fantastic, its smooth and handles like a car, which could be attributed to the AWD. Overall a great truck which many luxury features to include heated seats, back up camera, park assist and XM radio.