Msrp on mine was 72k. I got it for 59k. I love buying last year models for two reasons. Discounts and reliability. My 2016 Sierra, even though it was second year model new, had a lot of gremlins. My last issue was my rear defroster caught the plastic in back on fire. Also my HMI died. But the issue that almost broke my arm was the stupid retractable step. It would randomly go back and forth. So I got a great deal on a trade and did it. Just one warning. These Silverado’s have the worst headlights possible. Especially compared to my leds on the Sierra. I already have led headlights on order and installed this Thursday. Headlight revolution hooked me up.
I have the one where they did the android play update, but has there been a new update since? Reason I am saying is there are a few bugs that are really annoying. Lately, my saved songs get removed from the favorites bar. Also, sometimes the backup camera doesn't kick in. And I got the weirdest message just last night. It said to service the front camera. I dont even have a front camera. Anyone know if there is a web site that shows if there is an update? Thanks!
I just had mine done last Friday. Its a night and day difference. I went in for oil change and they asked me if they could do it. So I went for breakfast with the wife, came back, and presto, like a new truck! No more hard shifts.
I signed up because I was paying the old $15 a month for 1 gig. So I did it so that when the kids are in car, they can surf and not go through the limited family plan. I was disappointed to learn that the Pandora app on My Link doesn't directly link to the internet. It still needs you to have a smart phone or tablet for it to work - and it does work well after that. So I got a Apple Touch permanently in the car to play pandora - which is cool. I do wish mylink had apps that streamed directly from the internet.
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