The thing that I don't understand is that being from a cold climate area they tell us that during the supper hours to not turn on stoves, dryers, dishwashers etc or it may cause a brown out. How in the hell are we going to have streets of electric cars and trucks plugged in. At least currently (sorry Bad pun) we don't have the infrastructure to support electrics. Just what we need is more ugly wind mills and power towers running all over the damn place!
There you go Jeff! Develop the first solar panel Tonneu cover.
I have leased a lot over the years. Currently though all owned. If you are a person who buys a car/truck and really looks after it and plans on keeping it then Buying is a no brainer. But if you simply look at a car/truck as a mode of transportation and 2 or 3 years is as long as you want to keep it, and enjoy always driving something new, then leasing is the way to go. Never lease for more than 3 years max, or you may as well buy it. Also with a 3 year lease you always have warranty. Also when I have leased I have done it with no down payment and the lowest possible interest, last one was 1%. I have also leased with the intention to buy out the lease at the end. Have done this a couple of times. Good thing about this method is that the payments are usually less to lease. And if it is a company vehicle were you can write off the costs then leasing also makes sense. Lets face it. With cars and trucks getting to be so expensive,(as much as my first house) people are doing what they have to do to drive a reliable vehicle, and they are likely never going to own it anyways, a monthly payment is in their budget and always will be.
Tilt steering in the new trucks is my pet peeve. As others have said for $70,000 you would expect power tilt with memory. I have no issues though with the rest of the interior. I am glad that the 2020's get the full range of engines in the Chevys. How long til Chevy can get the GMC tailgate. That will be a add on in the future. Or maybe a black market item. I am sure it won't be long until someone on here swaps a GMC tailgate onto his Chevy. Keep your eyes on the Auto Wrecker websites for tailgates.
Really makes you wonder how GM can build an electric car but they can't get a simple circuit like this right. These heated rear windows have been around forever.
On a Google search it says that 160,000 plus trucks are affected by this recall and that the fix is going to be to replace the rear window. This will be a slow process I am sure.
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