Huge dramatization on that being to soul issue. I've driven behind many of trucks like that and have had zero issues. Either you have truly the worlds worst luck or there are more factors to this. Having a lifted truck, with wider wheels is a style that is popular now. Before people sit here and saying you're ruining your truck. Or you're going to wear the suspension components out quicker. The vast majority of quality lift kits now as days are engineered to adjust the angles of your drive train to relieve the stress it puts on your truck. I personally don't hate that set up on the OP. The red wheels i'm indifferent on because thats a personal style choice, but the stance and such I like. its squatted out well enough. Also, this is coming from someone who has a pretty much stock 2019 RST....until after our wedding, then we shall see haha.
I have a 19 RST, my father in law has a 19 TB...I wouldnt personally switch. I like the RST for the random added features, the tow/sport mode is nice. I also am about 5'5'' haha so the TB is huge step up into. I also feel like you get more for your money when you go with the RST vs TB... simply due to the fact you either need to get a custom or an LT...both of which are easily 2-3k over a base custom/lt because the TB package which gets you the 2'' lift. I think if youre going to be out in the woods or off road more the TB is definitely the smart choice. He takes his everywhere and clears majority of areas with ease. Me on the other hand, I do more road tripping and city driving.
Thats a pretty good indication. But I wouldn't necessarily put the elevation at the RST trim. My father in law has the custom trailboss and my co worker has the elevation...after seeing both I'd put the trims almost equal (custom/elevation)...GMC will always come better equipped base. The RST seems to just be in its own nitch in the market. A highly equipped LT w/ color matching if anything. I have a 19 RST
YUP! its all based on that automatic average MPG....mine popped up as i was coming back into town after a road trip....said low for about 5-10 miles. I stopped and filled up and still had roughly 2+ gal left in the tank.
People have said the same about almost every single GM truck drop over the years. It's hated for a few months/year then they see more of them or more that are modified and people start to love them. I was the same way I pushed for a 2018 silverado because I couldn't stand 2019 then they grew on me. The new z71 tahoe I am not a fan of right now, but the rest I do like... we shall see the wife will be in the market for a new vehicle in the next 2-3 years. I'd like to get her into one if she likes it.
The look of an all black interior is what drives people. I personally love it. But i live in the Northeast.... As with all new drops I feel theyll open it all up over the next 6-8 months of production.
I just installed this on Monday and Ive very happy with it. I got it for a steal brand new so it worked out well budget wise too. The rubber seal near the tailgate works great once it loosens up and drapes down. All in all great cover for being OEM.
Mine does the same (RST) I havent heard of any fixes or such from my dealer. I would figure if anything theyd roll a software update out to clear it. It happens less and less once the last update was pushed through. I actually noticed it for the first time in while last night driving home. My brother has the same truck essentially and I asked him if he has seen any issues like it and he has not on his. He picks his up from the recall fix this coming week I'll see if he can inquire.
I've owned my truck for just under 6 months, 7k miles so far and I love it. I read a few people talking about tundras on here...my co worker has one, and is a snob about his truck because he thinks its the best. Whelp that was until he got into mine and checked it out even he is a believer. The MPG isnt an issue because I routinely go from mixed city driving to highway travel. Regardless I still get around 400 miles to the tank. Issues wise at 7k- nothing major. I do have the dread axle whine, but with the strike and now the holidays/winter coming up I am going to wait until better weather to have it serviced. Ride quality is amazing, the rancho shocks took some bit to get used to but overall its good. It handles great, even compared to my previous car that was pretty well set up. People complain that the interiors arent up to snuff compared to dodge....but that didnt matter to me, I didnt want a tesla sized screen that is pron to get smashed or ruined by kiddos or things flying from the back seat haha.
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