Hi I am just about to buy a Chevy Tahoe 2001 model, registered first time in November 2000. What is a big concern here is that I have come across the NHTSA (NCAP) crash test results, which are very poor considering 2001 standards. 3 stars plus a comprimising safety concern that says: http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/NCAP/Cars/1649.html "Safety Concern:A high femur reading was recorded for the driver dummy during the frontal impact test due to dummy contact with the vehicle instrument panel. High femur readings, in excess of 2250 lb-f, have a higher likelihood of femur fracture" Are there any knowledge of this being fixed ? (did not yet receive reply from GM/chevrolet) or any other knowledge of these things ?? This topic is also for the 2002 model. http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/NCAP/Cars/1813.html I would really like being a Tahoe owner (has a GMC safari now) but 3 stars with serious remarks is simply too low. Thanks for any info or opinions ;-) Best Regards Peter Romer Denmark (Scandinavia).