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Pastusak.t

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  1. ?? I must be one dumb piece of ****** then. ?
  2. I’m not trying to be a dick but I did the same thing when I bought mine. I couldn’t get it to work because I was holding the brightness button to turn it up instead of repeatedly pressing the button. Felt pretty dumb after that one. I’m sure you’ve tried but thought I would share. Hopefully you are smarter than me?. And hope the dealer fixes it for ya.
  3. I was thinking the same thing. But I would love 500+ ft lbs on a gasser for towing.
  4. I just went through this and wanted the AT4 but the discounts where bigger for a denali so that’s what I ended up with. To answer you question tho... the only difference is the leather used in the Denali is a better quality and feels better to me. Also the Denali uses the same leather on the back seats. AT4 and below all use “synthetic leather” for the back seats. As far as tech and options you can equip them identically. at4 also comes standard with the all weather floor mats which is a 200$ add on to the Denali.
  5. Congrats on the 4Runner. We just bought my wife a 2020 TRD ORP. It’s our 3rd 4Runner. Love them. Probably the best resale and reliability of any vehicle we’ve bought. Also have a 2020 denali HD for me. Hope I don’t get the leak... ?
  6. Damn!!! I can’t even get 13 unloaded around town. I’ve only got 700 miles on it but I’m averaging 10-11 city driving
  7. I was driving down the road today thinking the same thing. I almost get my foot caught on the brake while transitioning. You can’t leave your heel on the floor and rotate anymore. I suppose I’ll get used to it but would be nice if there was an adjustment for the two pedals to be more “flush” with each other.
  8. Lol... yes it has. I guess I don’t make quick decisions. But I am glad I waited to sell my truck privately. Got an extra 4K out of it which let me get the Denali I really wanted. Only had it for 5 days but it feels stronger than the 6.0 for sure.
  9. So this may be a weird one but my drivers side mirror has a double image. It’s not real noticeable unless you are looking at headlights/traffic signals/street lights. The reflection of the light is double and makes my eyes feel like they are out of focus. The weird part is I don’t notice it in my passenger side. So I don’t think it has anything to do with the auto dim function. Has anyone else noticed this or am I just crazy?
  10. Nope gasser. I just don’t pull enough for the diesel to make sense for me. The old 6.0 did just fine so I imagine this will be slightly better. Perfect for my daily and occasional tow vehicle
  11. Well I stopped waiting for incentives to get better and just bought what I wanted. I love the truck so much. Worth every penny. Now I just need to get some miles on it so I can test out the new 6.6 gas towing abilities.
  12. Well that’s good news. Maybe my dealer is full of $*^t. They don’t have what I want so they where trying to sell me something. Maybe they only have an allocation for a 2021 and that’s the line of bs they fed me. You never know with these guys unfortunately
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