Not bad for a 5700 lb. vehicle carrying two adults, three kids and eight days worth of luggage, DVD's and video games.
It's also a Flex-Fuel vehicle, a dubious distinction. Basically it means it will burn your food if it can't find gas. No thanks. Take out the subsidies and the diminished power and fuel economy and E-85 is a bargain, not. But it's not an option to not have the option any more.
I'd rather have a diesel. Also not an option in the half-ton Suburban.
A Prius may do better on gas but I don't want to drive two cars around every where we go.
One for us, one for our stuff.
We decided to give Pseudo-American-Made another chance. Let's hope this one holds together a little better than the last one. GM is counting on it.