I even think it looks like a chiseled GMT-900 with the squared off top corners and square grille. Front is very flat/vertical, great sharp angles. The only critique I would have are the change signals. They look to be attached to each other with a bar that goes around the grille. Looks like a mustache almost, it bothers me.
I think the AT4 looks great. The Silverado 2500 isn't nice in my opinion. GM is slow to design and implement options for their vehicles but I love how reliable their vehicles are. Ford has fancy stuff, Dodge has fancy stuff but I always hear those owners complain about reliability. Personally I think the big 3 are very close when looking at their entire packages. At the end of the day it comes down to what you like.
I am very excited about this engine option though I'm holding my breath. I want to see those towing numbers first.
Not to hijack the thread but a quick question, Does anyone know if the 2500's get this type of discount also? Or is it a totally different ball game considering they are more of a commercial vehicle? Thanks
Don't the new Tahoe/Suburbans offer larger sunroofs? I could see it being an option in the future. I'd never get one due to the leak factor but they do look cool and should be an option. Especially when your competitors offer that option.
A question to make everyone's eyes roll...Do you think a hybrid engine option will be available? Didn't GM state there would be six engine options? So 5.3, 6.2, Deisel....what would the other options be?
For what it's worth my friend has a Google Pixel 1 with a 2016 elevation edition sierra. Says he loves it and it works all the time. Off topic: recently purchased the XL 2, great phone highly recommend. Unfortunately my 2010 doesn't have android auto
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