Jalopnik is reporting that this is the new 2020 Silverado HD. https://jalopnik.com/2020-chevrolet-silverado-hd-gaze-upon-it-and-weep-1830846265 True or not if this thing is even close to the final production it'll be a laughing stock for sure.
I was in the same boat with my 2015. It was a nice convenience to have when needed. When I found out the 18 I just bought only had 3 months free it no longer became a necessity. I am thinking about getting an outside door keypad vis a vi the Fords. Now if it was only integrated better that'd be nice.
I had the Michelin DEFENDER LTX M/S on my 2015 Sierra and when I traded it in on the 18 I said "Good riddance". I did a lot of research on those things and thought I made the right choice but those damn things were squirrelly! If you encountered any grooves on the highway the whole truck wiggled and towing a trailer magnified it. I never had an issue with the standard issue Good Years which is odd as everyone hates them! I'm currently running the stock Goodyear Wrangler SRA's and I'm not experiencing any of the issues I had with the Michelins.
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I've had a '15 Silverado - head on collision totaled, '15 Sierra, and now an '18 Sierra and have not had the shake. I think it sucks ass that those that do are treated like it's some phantom issue. But it is nice to know that there appears to be a fix, albeit at your own expense.
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