If you are planning a 3000 mile trip, and have the ability to select either of these vehicles, then I would suggest you pick the one that you feel most comfortable in. Without information regarding which of the available engines each is equipped with, which of the available gear ratios each are equipped with, whether we are talking a gas or diesel engine (where available), etc., it is not really possible to give a scientific answer ...... I think either vehicle makes a great choice for a long trip - although I must confess I am a Suburban fan. If it is a highway trip and you keep it to the speed limit, you will spend plenty for gas in either one - plan on about 12 to 15 MPG depending on terrain and speed (worse with a gas big block with 4:10 gears and better with a diesel with 3:42 (GM's)), but the seemingly poor gas mileage is well worth it when you consider space, ride quality, and safety. Bottom line is that your margin on dollars spent on gas between the two is probably not going to be significant, so pick the one you like riding in the best. Have a good trip.
I agree with the first answer. I am a suburban fan and they are very roomy and comfortable. I don't really know about the Ford. I have never been in it but when my grandfather used to have a ford it would always break down. I don't know if they still do that but I have never liked fords unless you're talking about the mustang or the ford GT.
That would be the 350 or the 454
It would depend on what year full size Chevys you are working with.
tad bit low on freon.
dirty trans fluid might be the cause. have it changed, but not flushd
It should be just under the bottom of the dash were your knees would be when sitting in the driver seat. Look in that area.
There are several reasons that can cause smoke two, out of the exhaust on your 1993 Chevrolet suburban. The most common reason is a dirty fuel injector.
The front expansion valve is clogged.
The average price of a new Chevrolet Surburban LTZ would land to an average of $43K. If you're looking for a installment, the price will estimate to a payment of $629/mo with savings of $2.1K.
The vehicle is a 1997 Chevrolet Suburban, and Mexico is listed as the country of manufacture (the chassis would be manufactured in Mexico, while the body was made either in the US or Canada).
A small car would be something like a Camaro or Mustang for a coupe or a normal 4 door car like a Toyota Camry or Nissan Altima. A big car would be something like a Cadillac Esclade, GMC Yukon or Yukon XL, Mitsubishi Pajero, Ford Expedition or a Chevrolet Suburban. HOPE THAT ANSWERS YOU QUESTION
no considering the front is more boxy and wider in the front. the 1990 bumper is rounded to fit the 88-98 pickups , the suburban kept the box style until 1991. your best bet would be to find a 1973-1987 silverado,custom deluxe,cheyenne, or bonanza bumper or a suburban bumper from a 1973-1991 suburban
Some where between the grill and raideator
actually, you can probably find the Engine Blueprints through the manufacturer, i would research, or call your dealer. i have not yet had to do this, but i have a feeling i will on my 1988 Chevrolet suburban V10. good luck
I would first look at the fuel filter and make sure it is not stopped up. If it has a check engine light then I would have a repair shop diagnosis it for you.
We, Need to know what you need torque specs. ON The year,engine size and what you are doing would be helpfull. You will need to ask your question again. THANK YOU.
Just fill the transmission through the dipstick. That is the way I've ever filled a auto transmission. Never had a manual that I had to fill, but I would think that you would fill it like a rear end.
An expedition would be a trip, journey, or travel.
Most all suburban that year are 4x4
Une voiture Chevrolet, une automobile Chevrolet. Most French would simply say 'une Chevrolet'
This would not be a direct swap.......adapters and computer change is inevitable!
Neither of the sentences in the question use the pronouns correctly. The grammatically correct forms would be: Just between you and me, I am not impressed by our new manager. Be sure to divide all income from the suburban property between him and me.
There is no 95 Expedition. The first year was '97.
A suburban hotel tends to be within the borders of a city, but not in its downtown core. A Rural hotel would be in the country. An urban hotel would be downtown.
BODY STYLE i WOULD SAY IS THE MAJOR DIFFERENCE
An expedition is an adventure or journey somewhere you have heard of before - for example, an expedition on Mount Everest, an expedition to the Amazonian Rainforest, etc.An example sentence could be:The expedition would last a month.Before going on an expedition, make sure you have the right equipment.This would be the biggest expedition of their lives.You can discover exotic wildlife with an expedition to the rainforest.There are lots more, but they follow the same lines.