The 2002 Bravada still has a solid rear axle. An independent rear suspension was seriously considered but rejected. The engineers contended that, by swapping the old model's stiff leaf springs for a new five-link rear suspension suspended by air springs, they could provide the ruggedness needed to tow 5800 pounds and still get a much smoother ride. The rear air bladders also provide load leveling.
Users ranked 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada against other cars which they drove/owned. Each ranking was based on 9 categories. Here is the summary of top rankings.
"I have a 2002 Bravada. I bought it used in 2004. I still drive it daily and it's 2015! Hands down it's the BEST car I have ever owned. Never had any problems with EVER! Never broke down on me. Beautiful car. I am genuinely sad to say goodbye to it but it is time to move on. LOVE this car!!!"
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