I would only doubt this because dedicated engine manufacturers like Cummins need to keep the lights on while they develop electric powertrains... Rams will still keep the Cummins I-6 for a while. And to compete, Ford will keep the Stroke and GM will keep the Max. Frankly, the best powertrain for HD pickups probably would be a diesel hybrid or a locomotive-style diesel electric generator system. Coast to coast on 2 tanks? I'll take it.
In that case, I would suggest trying Ally (the former GM Financial). They offer a month-to-month service contract, so you keep it as long or as short as you think you need it. https://www.ally.com/learn/vehicle-service-contract/
If you were offered Zurich, that's not the factory authorized extended contract anyway. The factory plan is from AMT, and is branded Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, or GMC Platinum Protection. Zurich is an insurance company offering an extended plan, but since they have no vested interest in the vehicle (same as other third-party providers), they have no incentive to cover a borderline repair - they won't make money that way. For the authorized GMC plan, see here: https://www.gmc.com/protection-plans
I owned duallies for 24 years, with both steel and aluminum wheels. All I ever needed were regular valve cap extensions that could measure and fill air through the cap (like these: https://www.amazon.com/AUTOHAUX-Extension-Extender-Adapter-Plastic/dp/B07V3QQ6SY/ref=sr_1_18?dchild=1&keywords=valve+cap+extension&qid=1601320430&sr=8-18 ) and a dual head gauge (https://www.amazon.com/Milton-S-927-Dual-Truck-Gauge/dp/B000COS0R4/ref=sr_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=dual+head+tire+pressure+gauge&qid=1601320576&sr=8-7 ). Had no trouble measuring or filling the 4 rear tires with those.
Hmmm... I did see it in an earlier edition, but it is missing from the current.
For those of us who live in areas where low visibility is a regular occurrence, that's a safety issue. If the Silverado can have them as well as the Sierra, there's no reason why Tahoe/Suburban can't and Yukon/Yukon XL can. Yeah, it'll probably be easy enough to add fogs, but for a $50K+ vehicle, that's just shortsighted if it's solely for marketing reasons.
Still not shown or listed in the order guides as of the August 21 update for the Tahoe and Suburban. I find this almost unfathomable that they somehow forgot to include fog lights for the Tahoe and Suburban - even as an option - when they're standard on Yukon, Yukon XL, and Escalade.
The LM2 is listed in the order guide for the Yukon and Yukon XL as late availability.
OEMs generally will only do special colors if you're going to buy 5+ vehicles in that color, or it's not worth their time to interrupt plant production to set the paint room for one vehicle and a non-standard color. Large fleet customers are sometimes given that single-vehicle privilege... there was a local landscaper where I grew up whose fleet of Ford trucks were painted a unique sea-foam green shade - the owner's truck (first a Bronco II, then an Explorer) were always the same color, and the Explorer was a Sport with the black trim and red stripe in the bodyside molding. Back in the day (80s and earlier), GM was willing to use any color in their palette if you were willing to pay and wait - they offered 300 colors including ten shades of white.
These might be less expensive and faster to get... https://www.amazon.com/Aimoll-Emblems-Replacement-Silverado-Suburban/dp/B07SPBFBLZ/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=z71+badges+black&qid=1595384274&sr=8-3
Definitely can not change the sticker - that's a violation of federal law. Only the manufacturer can change it, and only because there was a mistake on the first one. Changing suspension/axle components does not mean the manufacturer can assume liability for those new parts.... they are only liable for what they installed at the factory.
The most important thing to confirm with "lifetime" service contracts and maintenance contracts: are you limited to the selling dealer for that work to be covered? If so, that "lifetime" coverage isn't worth the paper it's printed on if you have a failure during a road trip. Or... are you required to pay and wait for reimbursement if you're not at the selling dealer? Most people don't have that kind of liquid funds if you need an engine or transmission replacement while on the road.
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