Jump to content

redwngr

Member
  • Content Count

    4,994
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    3

redwngr last won the day on March 15 2016

redwngr had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

950 Excellent

About redwngr

  • Rank
    Senior Enthusiast

Profile Information

  • Location
    Array
  • Gender
    Array
  • Drives
    Array

Recent Profile Visitors

18,158 profile views
  1. SLT can still have ventilated seats if the option (KQV) is ordered. On AT4 and Denali they are standard. KQV is optional on LTZ and standard on High Country. I agree, trucks have may more was to order than most cars so careful examination of order/option sheets is always a good idea.
  2. I should have included L82 is in the base Sierra as well a WT, Custom and Custom Trail Boss Silverados.
  3. Both divisions offer 6 engines for 2020. The L82 (5,3 with afm) is only available on lower trim trucks. Those trims cannot be ordered with the L84 (5.3 with DFM) LV3 Engine, 4.3L EcoTec3 V6 with Active Fuel Management, (285 hp [212 kW] @ 5300 rpm, 305 lb-ft of torque [413 Nm] @ 3900 rpm) L3B Engine, 2.7L Turbo, (310 hp [231 kW] @ 5600 rpm, 348 lb-ft of torque [471 Nm] @ 1500 rpm) L82 Engine, 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 with Active Fuel Management, (355 hp [265 kW] @ 5600 rpm, 383 lb-ft of torque [518 Nm] @ 4100 rpm) L84 Engine, 5.3L EcoTec3 V8, (355 hp [265 kW] @ 5600 rpm, 383 lb-ft of torque [518 Nm] @ 4100 rpm); featuring all-new Dynamic Fuel Management that enables the engine to operate in 17 different patterns between 2 and 8 cylinders, depending on demand, to optimize power delivery and efficiency LM2 Engine, Duramax 3.0L Turbo-Diesel I6, (277 hp [206.6 kW] @ 3750 rpm, 460 lb-ft of torque [623.7 N-m] @ 1500 rpm) L87 Engine, 6.2L EcoTec3 V8, (420 hp [313 kW] @ 5600 rpm, 460 lb-ft of torque [624 Nm] @ 4100 rpm); featuring all-new Dynamic Fuel Management that enables the engine to operate in 17 different patterns between 2 and 8 cylinders, depending on demand, to optimize power delivery and efficiency
  4. 70/74.5 = 0.94 Suggests that the current discount 'offer' at that dealer is 6%. I think what the sales person was saying is there are no GM 'discount' programs at this time. My guess is there won't be until the 'gotta get the new one now' sales have been complete -- and maybe also til the rest of the cab/box versions are being produced. Doesn't mean you can't negotiate. Like the advertising often says --'Dealers may sell for less'. But while their supply is limited, they will also not be as likely to reduce pricing.
  5. V6 lives. There are 6 engines for 2020: LV3 Engine, 4.3L EcoTec3 V6 with Active Fuel Management, (285 hp [212 kW] @ 5300 rpm, 305 lb-ft of torque [413 Nm] @ 3900 rpm) -- -- -- -- -- L3B Engine, 2.7L Turbo, (310 hp [231 kW] @ 5600 rpm, 348 lb-ft of torque [471 Nm] @ 1500 rpm) L82 Engine, 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 with Active Fuel Management, (355 hp [265 kW] @ 5600 rpm, 383 lb-ft of torque [518 Nm] @ 4100 rpm) L84 Engine, 5.3L EcoTec3 V8, (355 hp [265 kW] @ 5600 rpm, 383 lb-ft of torque [518 Nm] @ 4100 rpm); featuring all-new Dynamic Fuel Management that enables the engine to operate in 17 different patterns between 2 and 8 cylinders, depending on demand, to optimize power delivery and efficiency LM2 Engine, Duramax 3.0L Turbo-Diesel I6, (277 hp [206.6 kW] @ 3750 rpm, 460 lb-ft of torque [623.7 N-m] @ 1500 rpm) L87 Engine, 6.2L EcoTec3 V8, (420 hp [313 kW] @ 5600 rpm, 460 lb-ft of torque [624 Nm] @ 4100 rpm); featuring all-new Dynamic Fuel Management that enables the engine to operate in 17 different patterns between 2 and 8 cylinders, depending on demand, to optimize power delivery and efficiency
  6. Bosch isn't used on the L5P (2017 and up). They were on the 11 - 17 LML (cp4 version) and on the LMM prior to that (cps version)
  7. No adaptive cruise on the HD's yet. 2020 1500's have it as an available option on higher trims.
  8. Carry weight was the difference I remember from when I got mine. I don't walk on it or carry stuff on it. I was a little concerned about what the aluminum version would look light if it got scratched. For my use, didn't think paying 50% more made sense. I do like the appearance of the wider slats on the aluminium version.
  9. Yes, Dealer did it. Used the laptop and GM software. I watched over tech's shoulder while it was done. Presumably the 2020's are done the same way.
  10. Mirror lights on mine works in park, reverse and neutral. Cargo lamp goes off if out of park. 2018 manual: Press the switch to turn the cargo lamp on or off. An indicator light will turn on when the lamp is turned on, if equipped. The shift lever must be in P (Park) to operate the cargo lamp. The lights on the outside rearview mirrors turn on if the shift lever is in R (Reverse), N (Neutral), or P (Park). Most of the time, I leave the mirror lights off --- but when they are needed, they are nice!
  11. When you want both to come on, can't you just push the switch like before? EDIT: I decided to download the 2020 sierra manual. The accessory lighting works much different than before. 2020 Sierra manual: The Cargo light button on the headlight control switch controls the 'task lights': If equipped, task lighting projects light from the outside mirrors away from the vehicle. While the vehicle is parked, press K to select one of the following options: . Left and Right Task Lights Illuminated . Left Task Light Illuminated . Right Task Light Illuminated . Left and Right Task Lights Off If the vehicle leaves a parked position, the lights will immediately turn off. If the vehicle is off, the lights will stay on for approximately 10 minutes. If any Task lights are on, if the button has not been pressed after approximately 5 seconds, pressing it again will turn off all Task Lights. Then, the Cargo Lamp button: Exterior Cargo Lamps The cargo lamps provide more light in the cargo area or on the sides of the vehicle, if needed. The lamps inside the pickup box, in the tailgate handle, for the hitch, and/or the cargo mirror lamps also turn on, if equipped. If the vehicle is in P (Park), R (Reverse), or N (Neutral) the Cargo Lamp Switch causes the lights to cycle through the following states for each button press: - Initial Press: - CHMSL/Cargo Bed Lights - On - Cargo Mirror Lights - On - Cargo Switch Indicator (if equipped) - On - Next Press: (if with in 5 seconds of the previous button press): - CHMSL/Cargo Bed Lights - On - Cargo Mirror Lights - Off - Cargo Switch Indicator (if equipped) - On - Next Press: - CHMSL/Cargo Bed Lights - Off - Cargo Mirror Lights - Off - Cargo Switch Indicator (if equipped) - Off Become familiar with and follow all state and local laws that apply to cargo lamp operation.
  12. Had my 18 changed as well. After the reprogram, the remote app shows the newly programmed values as the 'recommended' values.
  13. Set the seat to the pedals. Telescope and tilt the wheel to suit?
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.