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Old 11-07-2006, 01:44 AM
 
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Default LT AND LTZ Differences

I am in the market for a 2007 Tahoe and would like to know the differences between the LT and the LTZ. Thanks.
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Old 11-07-2006, 02:12 AM
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Look in the back of the sales brochure. It shows a matrix of all of the standard and optional features on all of the trim levels.
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remember there are 3 LTs. LT1, LT2, LT3. Then the LTZ adds the last "standard features.

Each one adds a few features to the level below it. "matrix" at back should make it clear. Just read the new version fo the brouchure tonight. Mine from Jan was very outdated.
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This explains it all.... Tahoe Features
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The LTZ has everything and is a step below an Escalade.
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Since I'm a monochromatic guy, glad I got my LTZ back in May. I see you can't get body color door handles or mirror caps now.
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If I were building now i would get the LT3 and add anything above it I wanted. There isn't a whole lot left above that. I like the color coded doors and mirrors too. Although the grille is nice and most of us want the center compartment (wood covered).
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Old 11-08-2006, 02:50 AM
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I'm pretty sure the wood (?) covered cup holders and compartment will be available (maybe already already are) thru parts.
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Old 11-08-2006, 12:58 PM
 
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Default RE: LT AND LTZ Differences

The Autoride suspension is the one feature you can only get with the LTZ. Below is my 10/30/06 post on the subject.

I've had my LTZ for four months. I didn't buy the LTZ for the Autoride - my particular vehicle just happened to have all the features I wanted. However, after driving a loaner LT (without Autoride, of course) while mine was having some work done, I noticed a big difference. For a vehicle of this size and weight, the Autoride really does help smooth out the bumps and dips in the road. Some people may think it's a gimmick, but I'm definitely glad I went with the LTZ.
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The Autoride suspension is the one feature you can only get with the LTZ. Below is my 10/30/06 post on the subject.

I've had my LTZ for four months. I didn't buy the LTZ for the Autoride - my particular vehicle just happened to have all the features I wanted. However, after driving a loaner LT (without Autoride, of course) while mine was having some work done, I noticed a big difference. For a vehicle of this size and weight, the Autoride really does help smooth out the bumps and dips in the road. Some people may think it's a gimmick, but I'm definitely glad I went with the LTZ.
I disagree with the comment above. If you read around on this forum there are some posts about the autoride suspension by ZX/Dave. He is the most knowledable peson on the forum. He said that the autoride feature isnt much better. I dont recall all the examples and reasons however he knows what he is talking about.
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