Possibly, with the new Raptor R coming to take on the TRX, but I'm not holding my breath. GM is scared of their own shadow.
Seats are one of those things that are just about 100% individual dependent and are going to involve some degree of trial and error. My advice would be to rent or use Turo and just try out a bunch of vehicles for weekend road trips.
Third this. Those warranty companies will use any excuse to deny coverage. They will also exclude certain components in the fine print.
The Raptor has outsold the Corvette every year since 2009. Yet, it's still profitable for GM to build those on a bespoke chassis in their own assembly plant, probably sharing the least with the rest of the fleet out of anything. So, you'd figure tweaking a platform they sell almost 1M a year to be a bit better off road and sharing a ton of parts with that same vehicle shouldn't break the bank. I'm not saying the ZR2 is a bad truck. It looks great and is a solid competitor to the Tremor, Rebel, and TRD Pro. However, it's still not at the level of the Raptor or TRX. There is room in the market for a ZR8 or whatever you want to call a top end halo truck with an LS7. It would get people into the show rooms, if price was a bit out of their budget, they'd go home with a ZR2 or Trail Boss. That's how halo vehicles work.
I’m still not over dropping Cocoa/Dune interiors. If I wanted to be ensconced in all black, I’d become a mortician. This new interior upgrade looks great, I just question whey they weren’t launched with it. GM management never misses a beat to miss a beat.
You probably have the best chance of getting something off going through Costco.
The problem I see is with no power upgrade, on a modified suspension with big tires, it's going to be a hard sell. The 6.2 is a fantastic engine, but it's no match for TRX or upcoming Raptor R V8, especially with the modifications.
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