I bought a 2020 Denali 2500HD in April. Traded the truck in in November will over 11k miles for an identical '21. My payment decreased and the dealer put the '20 on the lot for more than I paid for the '21. It sold in 2 days.
I traded in a 2020 Denali gas for an identical 2021 Denali gas. I am a GM employee so I get employee pricing but the dealer priced my trade for more than I paid for the 21 and sold it withing a couple days. If you are looking for a 2022 you will be waiting another 7 months or so though and the market may change by then.
I have the BakFlip MX4 and it has been great. If I were to do it over I would look at the BakFlip Revolver X4. I like the clean look of it. The others ones you mentioned don't seem practical to me for regular use.
Employee pricing is better than supplier pricing. As an employee I can extend my price to certain immediate family members with a limit of 6 per year. I can offer supplier pricing to friends one per month.
This is the dealership trying to move vehicles off the lot that they are paying finance fees on. They can do the same deal with an ordered vehicle if they want the sale. Dealers will discourage orders because they have to wait for the sale rather than closing now. One thing to keep in mind is how GM pays the dealership for a sale. They have targets that GM sets with incentives for meeting and exceeding it. If I buy from the lot I will do it the last 3-5 days of the month because they are trying to maximize that months numbers and if they are short they get generous with trade-in values and incentives. They do have money they can throw at a sale that isn't an advertised incentive.
there is no difference in price if you order vs. pick one off the lot. There could be incentives in play that change monthly that may affect what you pay in the end. Incentives could go up, down or remain unchanged. I have bought trucks both ways and usually I am happier when I order exactly what I want. Waiting is the hardest part.
Not sure if this is what you are experiencing: https://www.carcomplaints.com/Chevrolet/Silverado_2500/2020/tsbs/tsb-pie0584.shtml
My 2020 had this same issue. Towed to the dealer who replaced the battery. Just prior to it happening on mine the screen would be blank if I used the remote starter. I see that GM has a software update now that is supposed to correct this issue.
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