Not too much of a shock after a new release year. Happens all the time. That and Toyota is full of themselves, and rarely give good discounts making them the worst deal you can get. Toyota is such a bad company.
Nargg replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomI sat in one of these at a car show a month or so ago. It is VERY impressive interior wise. That back seat is better than any luxury back seat I've ever sat in. GM should take note, both on seats AND on technology. I was afraid the 12" screen would be overkill, but it's really not. The side buttons save it from being a mess. While you can control everything on screen, you don't have to as most high use items have a button beside the screen. Lots of thought on the design here. Small things too like plugs, and room in the console is far better than GM or Ford. However, quality complaints are already showing RAM is still far behind the other 2 on build quality. This video cracks me up. Check out the window trim issues:
Nargg replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomActually, I like the looks of the lower trim better. Like them both though. Can't wait to see them IRL.
Nargg replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomI've read through here, and boy a lot of you princesses need to get off your pumpkin and join the party. This truck looks mean and like means business. One of the best trucks I've ever seen out of GM.
Nargg replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomThat truck looks BOSS!!!! Love it, including the wheel wells. Wish they'd put those on the 1/2 ton. The front end looks like it means business. Awesome job Chevy!
Nargg replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomI like both the wheel wells and headlights (from what I see of them) over the 1/2 tons. Hopefully they'll follow this down in a couple years.
Nargg replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomThe wheel well is perfect. Rounded wheel wells are boring, and really don't help the truck in anyway, aerodymanically or asthetically. (folks that don't believe that probably had no idea how a golf ball works either...) I think GMC did right here, making it similar to the 1/2 ton but different enough to make it noticable.
Nargg replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomNot sad enough on the closures, this had to turn into a political thread? Come on guys, working together solves a heck of a lot more. Extremism and blaming is what splits us apart. Anyway, this is extremely old news. GM has talked about reductions on models for years now.
Nargg replied to ThomCannell's topic in The GarageThey do that for a "throwback" style for the new trucks. Many of the paints used now are very similar to 40 and 50 years ago paint. Not appealing at all. I'm waiting for the first major style update in 2021. That is if GM follows their norm and redoing style the 3rd year after release.
Nargg replied to ThomCannell's topic in The GarageActually, take a closer look. I noticed right away that GM used that nice air induction system to cover the massive hole created by the smaller engine. There's quite a large space under the air intake at the front of the engine compartment. Quite clever in many aspects. Make a great air intake, and use it to make the engine compartment look better.
Nargg replied to Zane's topic in The GarageThis one looks better than the current almost flat cover I use. This one's bed closing feature is much better than mine and others I've seen. The only negative I see, beyond those listed in this article, is that darn pull string release. That means you can't use it to store things without concern of theft. Those are so easy to open with a simple hook made from a clothes hanger it's not even funny. If they'd make a cover with a more secure latching mechanism, I'd toss my current one and get that ASAP. I'm almost ready to go back to the much taller Extang cover. While it's not flat, the latching mechanism is almost perfect for security. That and the Extang doesn't need a rail to hold it down, making it so much more simple.
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Nargg replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomWhy do you care about average? And how do you think your small bubble of people you "deal with" represent the average either? Here's the real numbers: https://www.statista.com/statistics/736921/general-motors-onstar-business-subscriptions/ Around 7 million. That's significant enough to be worthy of consideration. For me? I subscribe for my Wife and for the Younger driver in the family. Worth every penny for those of mine I wish to keep safer rather than being risky. I could care less if you do or don't subscribe. But since you don't, you're opinion is really not very worthwhile in this topic.
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