I have a 2022 with 3300 miles on it and do not experience this to that degree. I can smell a little bit, but not overwhelming and I remote start mine all the time. I also have a 2015 2500HD that is fully deleted and has been for years. There is significantly more odor inside the cab, but not enough that makes it obnoxious. If you are experiencing that much odor, especially with DEF, I would have the dealer check it out. It doesn't sound normal to me either.
I have a 2022 LTD AT4 with the 3.0L diesel and it does have the sport mode. I would go back to the theory on the tires. What size rims did you get on yours? I ordered the 20" version and received a $200 credit as they did not install the MT tires from the factory. Interesting. Mine was built the 1st day of production back in October.
The dealer, IF they received an allocation and ordered your 2022 Elevation, is given a order number. If he cannot give you the accepted order number from GMC, then in all likelihood, they have not ordered the truck because they have not received that allocation. They can tell you it's "ordered" with the dealership but not with GMC. Big difference. I received my order number the day my dealer received an accepted order status from GMC. I could follow along the process by using the chat feature on gmc.com but only with the order number. I ordered a 2022 AT4 on August 19th, Built on October 14th and delivered to my dealer on November 4th. It has the Duramax but I had ordered mine right before they announced the shortage of parts for the Duramax. My only explanation for my build that was 100% complete, is that it just happened at the right time. I got all my options without any issues including the heated seats, adaptive cruise, wireless Carplay, etc. It was the 288th truck produced in the 2022 LTD model year. I am 35 miles from the Fort Wayne plant and had a couple of friends that are supervisors that followed my build closely once it was in production. It is a frustrating process, especially in today's environment. It is not going to end anytime soon.
If your dealer does not have an allocation, you do not have it on order. It is on "order" with the dealership but not with GM, much like the example on the Denali's. If your dealer does not receive an allocation for model/trim of your truck and it bumps into the cutoff time, you are correct....... you will not get the truck. I ordered a 2022 LTD/AT4 on August 19th when my dealer had an allocation for (1) unit. It was delivered on November 4th. It was built complete, with all features and options that I ordered. I was just lucky as I got the heated seats, adaptive cruise, 3.0L duramax, etc. Have you searched online to see if any other dealers are expecting a truck built to your specs? That is an option to secure one that is "in transit". Just a suggestion.
I know that I got my order in the first and only week that my dealer had an allocation for an AT4. The diesel is the standard motor in the 2022 limited. I think I just got lucky. My dealer sent me a screenshot that said "Bayed Ready" Transportation is a huge issue too, so I am not looking to see it for a few weeks even though I am 30 miles from my truck sitting at the plant.
My 2022 Limited AT4 with the 3.0 Diesel was built today, started after midnight. I am about 30 minutes from the factory and know a few supervisors.....one told me that I was the 239th 2022 produced. He was hoping to get pics but was unable as the truck was done and Bayed by the time he got to work. Anyway, it will likely sit in that spot for another month before it is delivered but at least I was able to sneak in the order for the Diesel.
Yes, the dealership will have all the info on the 2022 Limited. I ordered mine on 08/19/21 and as is scheduled to be built this week. If you are waiting on the 2022 refreshed model, reports are they will be taking orders after the first of the year with delivery late spring, 2022.
You can order a 2022 Limited which is a carryover truck (same as a 2021) until the refreshed 2022's come out.
I ordered an AT4 on 08/19/2021 with my dealer that received an allocation and will be a 2022 Limited. I was concerned so I reached out to him and he said that my production week has been slotted as 10/11/2021. I am not holding my breath on this one given the news but the fact that it is scheduled at least is a glimmer of hope.
Ordered a 2022 AT4 on 08/19/21 and the order was accepted at GM as my dealer had an allocation for (1) AT4. He told me that he will be able to tell me on Thursday when the truck will be built. Not holding my breath......
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