My 19 Trail Boss came with them, performed very well in mud. Traded 19 for a 20 with the 3.0 and first thing I did was put on a set of Dura tracs. Got an extra set of rims and run the stock tires in the summer and run the Dura tracs in the winter. No problems here.
The engine hours and idle hours displays on my 2020 LT when the door is opened, as soon as you shut the door it goes out and a nice bow tie emblem greets you. I really don't understand what is so annoying about it.
The 3.0 calls for Dexos D 0W - 20 I'm with you on having to watch the service techs on using the correct oil/filter. When I scheduled my first oil change I asked if they had the correct oil and filter, service manager assured me they had plenty of 15W-40 I had to inform him that the 3.0 took a different oil and filter than the 6.6, I had to go to another dealer to get the correct oil and filter. So on my next change they owed me the oil, I bought my own oil just in case they didn't have the correct stuff, said they did, but when I get truck back all the oil change sticker said was Dexos 0w-20 so I went back questioned if they put the correct oil in as the tech was new and only on his third day. The owner of the dealership personally went back and checked the trash for the empty bottles. They had actually used the right stuff. I'm just about ready to start doing my own changes in the future.
My 2020 which was built in December was shipped by rail to Kansas City and then by truck to Nebraska. I doubt that the Mexico built units are trucked out of Mexico unless they are not going very far.
Booger T replied to Grumpy Bear's topic in Garage & Home, Snow Plowing, Landscaping, & Lawn CareI call BS on the fact that 10% ethanol blend pump gas ruins Stihl equipment. I have been using Stihl Ultra 2 stroke mix with pump gas and Stabil for years in my chain saws and string trimmers with no ill effects, don't drain tanks at end of season either. The ones that are probably having problems are not running any type of fuel treatment and letting the equipment set for long periods of time.
Numerous brake system failures that were never fixed not that they didn't try, they tried reprogramming it twice, was still doing this when I traded it off. Had a very loud annoying squall when applying light brake, worse in reverse but would do it going forward also. The dealer replaced the rear brake pads, calipers, and rotors and was still doing this when I traded it in. The dealer has had the vehicle sitting on the lot for nearly five months, started out asking 43k for it, is now asking 42k. I don't believe that they will ever sell it for that price.
Although I didn't have any issues with the 8 speed I had numerous other issues with my 19 TB which I traded in at 21K which I'm sure the dealer will not tell the next unsuspecting soul. I would probably go with the new one, the 10 speed is pretty nice.
That's the way it has always been for me also. If dealer honors incentives that were available at time of order and they are actually less at time of delivery he is the one eating the difference not GM.
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