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Epicenter

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About Epicenter

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    Epicenter
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    Raleigh NC
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    2012 Highlander Limited AWD
  1. Epicenter

    11 Weeks of waiting after order the 2019 came home on 7/27/18 !
  2. Husky liners VS Weather tech liners

    Husky Liners All the way is my vote. They just seem to be "heavier material"? I'm on my....1, 2, 3, 4, 5th set in 3 Trucks and 2 Toyota Highlanders and every vehicle I've sold the carpets looked BRAND NEW. Waiting for them to get the templates done so I can Order a set for my 2019 3500HD Crew cab as soon as possible!
  3. Thank you for the reply, Right and understood on the no body style changes since those aren't due until mid-production year 2019 (that's why I ordered early, didn't like the fender well angle cuts on the 19's). I did get an update Tuesday that it Finally made it on a Rail Car and is due into a Rail hub in Petersburg, VA by tomorrow (Friday) so I'm a little more encouraged, that's only 2 hours Driving time away from my dealership so maybe I'll get it by August <insert big sigh here>. Tough being a first time new Vehicle purchaser (custom order) and still cannot believe the lack of communications from GM...
  4. Not until mid-model year though right? Early order 2019s won't have the pro-grade tailgate on them nor will the carbon-fiber bed be available. Does anybody have one yet that can confirm
  5. 2019 GMC Sierra - Spotted On the Road - Images

    Nice! Perfect Color too. I hope that's Cardinal red. My fear in ordering mine in that color was sometimes from year to year they put an "orange tint" and it doesn't look like the previous model year that you had to order from. My 3500HD was built on 6/25 and its waiting in Flint (the wait is killin' me)
  6. Oh the wait.... I ordered my 2019 (because they wouldn't let me order a 2018) on May 11th. its a GMC 3500HD SLT SRW Duramax/Allison 4x4 Z71 and it's killing me how much lack of information GM or my Dealer has on my order. It was built on 6/25 and in "Status 4300" in Flint since 6/27 and not moved as of this posting (7/10/18) GM Chat has no update and no eta on shipment. Why in this day and age does GM not have a website that interactively tracks an order so you can have more info like Why it's sitting for weeks waiting to be shipped? The GM Chat people are even starting to get a little "Short" with me contacting them weekly for updates. Any therapy appreciated, Epicenter Another week gone by it's 07/17/18 and on Friday the Salesman called to say "no news on your truck, waiting for it to be put on a railcar". Really, 2 and a half weeks post production and it hasn't moved from the shipping lot... Arrgh! 07/19/18 Well at least some progress... it Finally made it on a Rail Car and is due into a Rail hub in Petersburg, VA by tomorrow (Friday) so I'm a little more encouraged, that's only 2 hours Driving time away from my dealership so maybe I'll get it by August <insert big sigh here>. 07/20/18 Great to at least FINALLY have status changes every couple of days. Very thankful to get the update tonight at 5:45 that it reached the Rail Hub in Petersburg, VA on schedule and has been loaded on a transport truck for dispatch to the Dealership! Maybe I'll see it in the next 3-5 days?? 7/24/18 Still waiting :-( Tomorrow will be 1 month anniversary of the truck being built. It sat for 2.5 weeks in the parking lot in Flint Michigan, then it was finally put on a rail car and sent to the distribution hub in Petersburg, VA last week so we'll see how long it sits there. Unfortunately that's only a 2 hour drive from my dealership.... The wait is still killing me but GM sure isn't in a hurry to get this "special order" out of its hair. _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ FINALLY after 11 weeks of Waiting and 3 years of saving plus a call to the General manager to ask why it's been sitting for 3.5 weeks of its new life in a shipping yard it arrived Yesterday. Wow, well worth it. Everything I expected it to be. That's all I have to say about that! My first Diesel truck and one of the first 2019s to make it to their new home. See attached
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