With all of GM's supply issues, my new 2500 still has no build date and will be missing some features. I have just been offered an existing 3500 instead, which has all of the features I wanted except for the 5th wheel package which the dealer can install. So .. do I go with the 3500? Really reluctant to go bigger as I was actually considering a 1500 this time .. and worried about classificiations ===you know, when the government decides to make you safety and when they don't, lol. Seems like the weight difference isn't much, but .. .wait for the 2500? or go with this one?
mine will be missing: power slide rear window , XM radio :(, power outletbox/cab, USB port back seat, hitch guidance, in vehicle trailer app, HD radio, rear seat storage pockets, no HD back up cam, garage door openers When stepping up to the SLT, which my dealer gave me a really good deal to do, I'd only gain, somehow, XM radio and then stuff I totally don't need like leather, I think, and seat memory and such. Totally not worth paying more for. If i had gotten the stuff I'm missing--absolutely, lol. But that isn't going to happen because of that stupid chip. The only things on th
Well, I ordered it. I am trading my 2019 Sierra HD for a 2021. I always order them up exactly the same but this one .. due to unavailability of parts??? is going to be short on some things. I could have upgraded to the SLT but I am trying to get this one actually paid for, so . .went SLE again. I was given a pretty long list of the things i WON"T be getting on this truck because of some chip they can't get?? But, really, all but two of those options must be new to 2021 as I don't have them on my 19 anyway. So . .while I feel like a massive purchase like this SHOULD have all of those thi
My 2019 2500 says "best 12.6" haha. I drive country highway part way (90 to 100km) , and then in town every day (60km, stop lights, traffic but nothing like the "city") ---have to cross town to get to work.
so. Dad always said never buy a new engine til it's been out for a few years . .. . and I've been googling these new trucks--they same to have a lot of problems? Engines and transmissions? Maybe this is not a good idea at all? My dad passed on Jan 1st and I'm using his truck as well as mine to trade, putting me in a decent position so that those payments I was making can come into the farm instead now and help with the loss of pensions my mother will experience. But, to disregard his advice on engines. . .seems like I'd be jinxing myself and ending up in a worse situation if I get a lemo
I have a 2019 2500. For a bunch of reasons and a complicated trade situation, I am looking to potentially "downsize" to a 1500 but am wavering when I see the towing ranges. I have 3 horses, a 6000lb trailer, and farm work. This truck also may need to plow (my own laneway only). That said, it sounds like more work than my trucks have ever had to do in reality. They are generally fairly babied but . .I am also going to be the ONLY truck on the farm now, which is new, so it will work somewhat harder. Yes, I tow, but lightly and usually a max of 2 horses. It has had to move hay wagons out o
So, I think I asked before and didn't get an answer so maybe this isn't a problem for anyone else . .. my truck sings. haha! No, really, it constantly makes noise like the wind is whistling thru somewhere in the front. It's been doing it since day one--been to the dealer who fixed a couple things in the grille that were not put in correctly, just plastic turned up instead of down or whatever . .. it seemed maybe quieter but it's so loud again . .. I always have music on so I try not to hear it, but . .. it happens, or at least I hear it, at 40 to 60 klicks. After that, it's likely still do
Not sure if this is the best place for this question, but. . . . .Previously, I towed a gooseneck horse trailer with these trucks and an after market hitch. My 2019 has the OEM set up with the converter kit? Anyway, hooked my trailer just now and I have noticed: there's less clearance (obvious, I guess, since the old hitch would have been a few inches above the bed). I have 7.5 inches. I've read that 6 is minimum. Since I've always had more, I'm just a bit nervous to go with 7.5. Would you guys recommend adjusting the gooseneck?? I think it will go one more hole, giving me a
I thought the Sierra 2500 changed for 2019? So, is it actually 2020? I sure can't seem to find pics. . I have a 19 on order and was wondering what it will look like but maybe it's the same, hahahaha!
Hey all Just ordering a 2019 and I really haven't researched it at all. I figure it's probably pretty much the same as my '16? Anything I need to know? What colour do you recommend? I was going with Summit but just saw White Frost Tricoat . . . .is that a new colour? Or the one I used to see once in a while--looked a little yellow-tinged? Stick with the Summit? Oh, it's a 2500, gas, crew, 4x4, SLE
I watch people doing it in lots with NEW cars!! they don't care at all that they are dinging their own doors as well. They just slam 'em open, right into the vehicle next to them. The worse is people with babies. They slam their doors open and then climb in to put the baby in, the whole time, jiggling that door more and scraping up the other vehicle. I hate people. Way too many stupid people around.
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