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The official ordering, production & delivery thread - 2019 Silverado / Sierra

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The order guide is out!!!!!!!! AND the new 5.3L makes 355hp!

6.2L only goes up 5hp to 425 lol


2017 Chevy Silverado LTZ Z71 6.2L
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5 minutes ago, jimmyboy8301 said:


6.2L only goes up 5hp to 425 lol


2017 Chevy Silverado LTZ Z71 6.2L
4.5" Zone
22x10 American Force Grips
33x12.5 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
Instagram @wildchevys

What a let down loll, I was really hoping for 375hp!

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What a let down loll, I was really hoping for 375hp!

Me too, and 450 for the 6.2


2017 Chevy Silverado LTZ Z71 6.2L
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2 minutes ago, jimmyboy8301 said:


Me too, and 450 for the 6.2


2017 Chevy Silverado LTZ Z71 6.2L
4.5" Zone
22x10 American Force Grips
33x12.5 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
Instagram @wildchevys

Also no 6.2L for the LTtrailboss, and theres no sign of the 3.0L diesel and I never seen the option for crew cab 6ft box option

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Did the order guide state the 2019 6.2L will have 450lb ft of torque? How’s that possible if the current 6.2 has 460lb ft? 

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Did the order guide state the 2019 6.2L will have 450lb ft of torque? How’s that possible if the current 6.2 has 460lb ft? 

I just saw the 425HP


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5 minutes ago, jimmyboy8301 said:


I just saw the 425HP


2017 Chevy Silverado LTZ Z71 6.2L
4.5" Zone
22x10 American Force Grips
33x12.5 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
Instagram @wildchevys

https://www.tfltruck.com/2018/04/49203/

 

I’m really hoping this is for the 2019 Classic models & not the new T1’s. Those numbers are pretty disappointing honestly. However some items, like dual exhaust tips, make it seem like it’s for the new models. Oh well, guess we’ll just have to wait for the official announcement.

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59 minutes ago, EChavez said:

https://www.tfltruck.com/2018/04/49203/

 

I’m really hoping this is for the 2019 Classic models & not the new T1’s. Those numbers are pretty disappointing honestly. However some items, like dual exhaust tips, make it seem like it’s for the new models. Oh well, guess we’ll just have to wait for the official announcement.

No this is for the all new 2019 Silverado’s. I’m pretty disappointed also for many reasons. First the only models available to get the 6.2 are the LTZ and High Country. Which is the same as last the 2018 models. Also I wanted either the RST or the high country with the 6.2. Well can’t get the RST with the 6.2. Then If you want the 6.2 in the high country you HAVE to get 4wd? WTF?! I have a 2016 HC with the 6.2 and 2wd. I am very disappointed. Also the 6.2 went to 425 hp then down to 450 tq?! Lol 

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https://www.tfltruck.com/2018/04/49203/
 
I’m really hoping this is for the 2019 Classic models & not the new T1’s. Those numbers are pretty disappointing honestly. However some items, like dual exhaust tips, make it seem like it’s for the new models. Oh well, guess we’ll just have to wait for the official announcement.

Very very disappointing


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Doesn't appear to be an option for Automatic Cruise Control. If so I'm out.

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1 hour ago, gmissed said:

Doesn't appear to be an option for Automatic Cruise Control. If so I'm out.

Yeah didn’t see that either. That would of been nice to have since the F150 already has it. Not sure about the Dodge Ram. 

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I'd be a little skeptical of that news until GM actually releases the info, I'd be hard pressed to believe that they left the power numbers alone. 

 

But, we are dealing with GM here. 

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This is why ford will win the truck battles. They offer their highest rated motor in almost any trim ( yes I know not the raptor eco). I can get the 3.5 eco with the 10spd in a XL, Chevy is making me purchase a Ltz or HC. Back to Ford I go, hi ho hi ho.

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7 minutes ago, Jr09country6.2 said:

This is why ford will win the truck battles. They offer their highest rated motor in almost any trim ( yes I know not the raptor eco). I can get the 3.5 eco with the 10spd in a XL, Chevy is making me purchase a Ltz or HC. Back to Ford I go, hi ho hi ho.

You joined just to tell everyone that? :rolleyes: Gee wonder what you are?

 

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