I can't imagine they are going to just give you those points without some type of release or settlement statement. I wouldn't do it. Make them fix it or buy it. These trucks cost too much to compromise.
I recommend you install the update. I noticed this morning that my radio wasn't shutting off when I opened the door. I immediately started checking for a software update. Sure enough it was out there. I downloaded the update and now the radio shuts off like it's supposed to do when the door is opened.
Anybody running an BAK X4s on a short bed Sierra? I am thinking about buying one. I would be interested to know your thoughts about performance, installation, and tightness. Also, did you have to remove grab handle on the inside of the bed and can the the cover be operated with the tailgate in any position? Thanks
That mat lays pretty natural at about a hole width off. I forced it forward to get it to lock. It's not as bad as I thought so I am going to try it at this position. I really don't want to move the locks. Even more aggravating were the rear mats. The mats are for either a crew or double cab. Neither model escapes having to cut the length. You would think you could buy a liner from GM that fits without having to jack around or trim to install. The IKEA type instructions indicate cutting with scissors. Yea right, I had to use my tin snips to cut.
I bought a set of GM floor liners to replace the factory carpeted floor mats for my GMC Sierra. I just flopped the new liner in the driver side and it appears the locking pins in the carpet don't align with the locks in the floor liner. They appear to be about 1" forward. I didn't try to force the liner forward since the molded liner appears to be in position. Anybody else have to move the pins when installing the GM floor liners?
My brother-in-law wanted to drive my new 2021 Sierra Denali today. I hopped into the passenger and buckled up. On the passenger side seat belt buckle there is a felt type pad on the back of the buckle to keep it from rubbing on the console. The driver side doesn't have the pad. I asked a friend of mine to check his new AT4 and it's the same. I can't help but wonder why it's not included on the driver side. Obviously, it's easily fixed but for $70k I would like for both sides to be the same. Anybody out there have that pad on their driver's side seat belt buckle?
Just took delivery on a 2021 Sierra Denali with the 6.2. Flipping through the owners manual I found it's recommended to use the 93 octane premium fuel. What's everybody using and have you noticed any mileage drop or pinging using lower octane fuel?
Had an interesting confrontation with a dealer today. Found a 2021 GMC Sierra Denali I wanted to buy. Negotiated the price with the dealer. As we began to get everything together, I noticed an entry for "dealer add ons" about $1200. I asked what it was about. It was for undercoating, fabric protection, paint protection including a clay bar. I told them I didn't want any of it even if it was free. Who in the hell would clay bar a new vehicle. I was told it wasn't optional. They were charging it on all trucks. He admitted it was just a way to make a few extra $$$. Neither of us would back off so I didn't purchase it. I refuse to be forced into buying something I don't want or even need. Anybody else run into this situation?
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I bought a new 2016 Silverado and had made the deal but not taken delivery yet. That night I noticed that GM had indicated the truck had $500 bonus cash on it. The next day I showed the dealer the bonus cash offer but it wasn't showing up on their system. I pressed them to check further feeling like I was entitled to it whether or not is was a mistake or not. According to the dealer, they had to go to GM on my behalf to get the additional money. After about a week, I got a call that they had a check for me for $500.
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