My first thought is the alignment as it could be out of spec. Also, even if it is in spec, 'in spec' does not mean that it will track straight and true. My 2020 Elevation wandered a bit and an alignment corrected it.
I've been using 303 Aerospace cleaner for years. The cover on my 2017 Denali looked like new when I traded it in back in January. It was still dark black and looked just like the brand new cover I put on my 2020 Elevation. Both were Truxedo tonneau covers.
I had been using CQuartz ceramic coatings that my detailer put on for me for the past several years. However, recenlty my detailer recommended we switch to GTechnicque C2V3. The problem I always had with the CQuartz coatings is that they needed Reload every few months to keep them slick and working well for the 2-3 years you were supposed to get out of it. I didn't mind too much, as I would do it as part of my regular washes but it was a pain in the ass to apply well. On my white BMW, it was great as you could not see any imperfections or streaking at all on white paint. My old Lexus RC350 F Sport was Gray and showed them like crazy. My 2020 GMC Elevation is also gray. The C2V3 is a product that gets around 8 months of protection and is super easy to put on with no streaking whatsoever. It doesn't last 2-3 years but since it's so easy to apply, I'll be having it done every 3-5 months during my regular details anyway. Instead of reload, I'll just use the C2V3. I gotta say, he did my BMW last week and it looks and feels spectacular. Just my $0.02 JP
It's a very good controller and the one I have too. See my post above on this. I opted to install it to the lower left of my steering wheel so it's out of sight. The blue lights are bright and somewhat annoying located out in the open like in your pic, just FYI. Lots of reviewers have stated this and I'm glad I listened to them. Either way, stay safe out there and avoid the Corona! LOL Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
Interesting...What was wrong with it?
I recently traded in my 2017 Sierra Denali for a 2020 Sierra Elevation that didnt have the factory brake controller. After some research, and my dealer's recommendation, I ended up putting in a Curt Spectrum controller, C51170. The brain mounts hidden underneath and it has a knob that can be mounted wherever you want. I chose a spot to the lower left of the steering wheel so only I can see it but still have easy access. It's as close to an OEM look as you're going to get while still having an excellent brake controller. It is also super easy to install as its completely plug-n-play with the purchase of the OEM connector, C51525. It took me longer to tie wrap the wiring to make everything look nice and clean than it did to install the brain and the knob. etrailer.com sells the package together in the link below. https://www.etrailer.com/multi-product.aspx?pc1=C51170&pc2=C51525&VehicleID=202090028&HHYear=2020&HHMake=GMC&HHModel=Sierra+1500 Hope this helps! Jeremy Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
This is a pretty simple math problem to solve. Simply calculate your interest over the time you plan on keeping the car Based on the amount financed and your 4% interest rate. If the interest amount is greater then the added discounts then take the 0%. If not, take the cash discount. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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