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About Bryant_Olson

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  1. I pretty much agree with you. There's a reason people buy the "soccer mom" crossovers. Nobody actually goes off road or pulls anything anyway. If they do, they buy a truck. If they don't, they buy a crossover. There's a reason these things have pretty much gone extinct. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  2. Glad to hear you're liking it! I've got 1k miles on mine and I think it's great. Am I getting 35mpg? No. Am I getting, consistently 20-25% more than my 2017 5.3? Yep! I'm also starting to dig the sound. The turbo whistle is pretty fun [emoji23] Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  3. You'll probably take a bigger hit year over year than you would between year 2 and 3. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  4. Good to know! Thanks! Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  5. That's actually not a bad idea, I can just do a couple of months at Time as long as it's not brutal to cancel. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  6. I'm mostly with you. If it was cheaper, I'd probably buy it. But $15 a month is criminal for something that used to be free. Like you said, $1 a month, whatever, Can I buy 5 years now? But, that's over $800 throughout the length of my lease. That's silly. I'm planning on going EV once this lease is up, I'll very likely be looking at other manufacturers if this isn't back to standard by then. I assume Chevy will have an electric by then so we'll see. This is the one feature I actually DO use, pretty religiously.
  7. I'm with you man, take away the automatic tailgate that doesn't work with a Tonneau cover anyway. The whole, going backwards in features is baffling. It'd be like if they suddenly brought back hand crank windows and keyed start.
  8. Good for you! As much as this sucks, it really doesn't HAVE to be that bad. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  9. Maybe it's since changed...but my dad has a 2018 F150, my mom a 2019 Escape and both have remote start/lock/unlock included via app with no extra charge.
  10. Yes, considering this functionality is included in all of the other major manufacturers and it's a useful feature. I'm not talking about LED tailights that I don't see. I work at a large office building in a northern climate. It's nice to be able to warm up my truck without having to go down 4 flights of stairs and walk halfway across the parking lot when it's 10 below. Do I use it ALL the time and can I live without it? Sure. But it's a $40k truck and it's been included for 6+ years and 2 trucks for me. To find it gone is pretty shitty, what if they suddenly removed keyfobs and you had to put the key in to start it again, would you just put your shoulders up then too tough guy?
  11. You're being pedantic. Considering it was $10k more than my 2014 I'm having a hard time finding the $750 "savings" I'm getting by not having the functionality.
  12. Thanks for the feedback guys. I have a hard time paying over $100 a year for something that was free before. This genuinely might push me away from Chevrolet on the next one. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  13. Call phone, guy. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  14. Since when did that happen, this is my 3rd truck and the remote commands portion has always been free. Picked up my truck 1 month ago today and noticed I can no longer lock or start it from my phone without paying $15 a month. What joke. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  15. I have the same issue with the Tyger. My 2017 didn't have an automatic tailgate so I'm guessing this has always been a problem. Not sure if it makes sense to loosen it a touch or not. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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