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Published on November 16th, 2013 | by BajaBusta

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1997 Chevrolet Tahoe vs Ford Expedition Comparison Test

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The Tahoe is the modern descendant of the classic workhorse ’69 Blazer, one of the original SUVs. For ’96, the Tahoe got its long-awaited four-door option, helping it earn Motor Trend’s ’96 Truck of the Year honor. Similarly, the Expedition traces its genealogy back to the F-Series pickup-based full-size Bronco, which never had more than two doors. To build the Expedition, introduced last fall as a ’97, Ford grafted the front half of the superb new F-150 onto a dedicated sport/utility rear complete with a boxed-section frame (for greater stiffness) and its own coil-spring rear suspension. After the sales success of the four-door Tahoe and Expedition, each division’s marketers must be kicking themselves that they didn’t add the extra openings a decade ago.
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2 Responses to 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe vs Ford Expedition Comparison Test

  1. caio gomes says:

    Motor trend!! Tahoe 5.7 v8! i love that wheels

  2. Bruno Santana says:

    Great! One of my favorites! Thanks for upload it!

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