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FknLeon

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About FknLeon

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    2017 GMC Sierra SLT All Terrain
  1. I'm big on keeping my truck in the garage. With the new AT4 height I'm pretty sure it would hit the pull / support arm of the garage door as it goes into the garage. I believe however that a SLT or Denali could fit.
  2. Jesus. Didn't know it was that much. Time to whip out the ol'measuring tape to see if it would fit in the garage. Edit 2019 AT4: 78.4 inch in height | 2017 73.8 inch in height. Holy flamingo.
  3. I'll share my experience with awful service dealing with my past GMC dealership. When I went to get my 2017 GMC Sierra All Terrain, no one took me seriously or would even talk to me when I went into the showroom. Same thing is happening with my GMC AT4/Denali inquires. Mind you, I am 25 but I have almost a 750+ credit score and about $20-30k to put towards this new truck. So when I went in to talk about a possible AT4 / Denali I couldn't even get someone to sit down and talk numbers with me. They just look at me and ignore me as some kid. They usually learn their lesson when I sit down and tell them the details and they run my credit and are baffled by my credit score and the cash I have available. I love vehicles and I love my current 2017 but I hate dealerships.
  4. Hey Folks, I'm still hung up on my final decision from upgrading from my 2017 All Terrain to a '19 AT4 or Denali. However, I believe I am 5'11 and feel really small next to a AT4. Is it because of my height or just because that new factory lift really makes a difference? For those that moved up from 2017 or similar Sierra to a AT4 have you had any weird height difference feelings about the truck? I'd like to know because standing next to one on the front lawn of my dealership I felt really small next to it. Thanks.
  5. Hey Folks, With the year almost half way over I've finally decided that I'll move up from my 2017 Sierra 1500 All-Terrain to a 2019 Sierra Denali. However, like the title states I qualify for many GM discounts (3 to be exact). I qualify for the college graduate discount, supplier discount (work for defense contractor and used the supplier discount on my 2017) and I also qualify for the first responder discount (emergency service volunteer of 10 years). Am I only allowed to utilize one of these or can I obtain the three different authorization codes and go to my dealer and stack them with my lease loyalty? Dealerships haven't responded to my inquires on this question. Would anyone know? Thanks in advance.
  6. Not worth it right now. I know the figures are different but I'm not ready to put down $15k+ to get a good monthly payment on my lease compared to the $5k I put on my 2017. They were willing to take my lease early...2017 GMC Sierra All Terrain with only 18k miles...but it wasn't worth the large down payment. I'll do it January 2020 when my lease ends.
  7. Going to negotiate this weekend.
  8. 2019 AT4, tomorrow

    As a All Terrain owner currently, I wanted an AT4 but I will not get one with that interior color.
  9. Emblems

    I know the fronts are clipped on but do you have to remove the entire emblem on the tailgate to black them out?
  10. Denali Grill

    I'm upgrading my 2017 lease to a 2019 SLT and thought about buying the grille seperate. The Denali grill is available all over the place. Ebay has it already, but I think most have the camera with the wiring setup.
  11. Wait the GM app for remote start is now a paid feature? I thought other features were paid and remote start was a free option on the app?
  12. Anyone know if the x31 off road package will make the ride smoother? I find my '17 All Terrain suspension to be nice just didn't want to lose the comfort in my truck model upgrade.
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