Read up on the largest estimate of continuous oil that USGS has ever assessed in the United States. Fact is the United States has enough oil to keep internal combustion cars on the roads for years to come. Screw Tesla, screw Marcone. Screw Barra. Screw the globalists. Until a more efficient, less costly way of transportation is perfected the internal combustion engine is here to stay as long as people don't buy into the BS. Wonder why the schools are nothing but indoctrination centers? https://www.usgs.gov/news/usgs-estimates-20-billion-barrels-oil-texas-wolfcamp-shale-formation https://www.ogj.com/articles/uogr/print/volume-1/issue-3/urtec-wolfcamp/wolfcamp-shale-graduates-to-world-class-play.html
My 5.3 2018 Silverado 1500 gets better gas mileage than the 2010 4.0 V6 Ford Ranger I had. Went to Sherman, MS. for Turkey Day which is about 100 miles mostly expressway from my driveway and got 22.5 mpg there and back. Had the cruise set on 75.
sheepdawg replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomThe front is the 2005 Colorado reincarnated.
You actually can thank Ford and the 05 Mustang for this. If it had fell flat on it's face there wouldn't be a Challenger or Camaro. The number 10 GT sold at the dealership way back in 2005. My Mustang never thought it would ever wind up on a GM forum. Yes I still own it, looks good next to my 2018 Silverado.
I guess the aluminum wheels on my 2018 Silverado don't have a clear coat at least on the edges, maybe the center is painted. Sure made them shine. Got the black residue on the rag using it. The aluminum Mustang wheels really shine, almost like chrome.
The government wants to stick it's nose into everything and tell us how to live our lives. If I want a 64 oz. Coke, a wheel barrel full of salt or a gasoline eating vehicle I get it, the government and media be damned. A big +1 to you.
My father in law worked for Chrysler for 45 years so I can buy them cheap. They have reliability issues as far as I;m concerned. The last Ram I had lived at the dealership. Bought a 2018 Silverado. Not to sure of Chevy, mostly a Ford guy but the Chevy salesman really wanted to sell a truck and proved it, the Ford dealer, meh.. Of the three I think the Chevy looks the best.......on the outside anyway. Motor Trend, who cares, they ain't driving it.
sheepdawg replied to ThomCannell's topic in The GarageSo I got 22.5 MPG driving about 100 miles to eat turkey and dressing in a 2018 with the 5.3 V8. Over 18 MPG in city driving. Why do I want a four banger?
The gas gauge hits empty and the fuel warning light comes on early on my 2018 Silverado. I have like 80 miles left and it's on empty. I've gotten used to it. Might be a good thing, I'm bad about driving vehicles on fumes.
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