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Cmillerjr

2019 Silverado LT TrailBoss

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So far so good. Picked it up on Friday. Comfortable ride, drives nice. There is more leg room in the back seat than my ‘14 crew cab LTZ 1500 or ‘15 crew cab High Country 2500. Truck is 3 inches wider than the previous model too. Sunroof is also wider in proportion to the cab width. I have a few hundred miles on it and am seeing pretty good numbers. I’ve got nothing but compliments everywhere I’ve gone. 

 

2019 Chevy TrailBoss 

5.3 Motor

16.5 around town, 21 on the highway @ 70 mph. Not bad considering the OEM 2” lift and off road tires. 

 

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Wow.....I am pumped on this body style!  Congrats!  I am looking like jumping GMC to Chevy in 2022!

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I think you may be the first 2019 owner on the forum!

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Congratulations the truck looks awesome!  Black on the Silverado Trail Boss conceals the front corner openings and gives a menacing look.

Enjoy your truck and thank you for sharing your initial observations and pictures.

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wow that looks pretty sharp. Does Trail Boss come with the 6 or 8 speed?

 

How is the trans? Clunky or smooth lol.

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4 hours ago, Zane said:

I think you may be the first 2019 owner on the forum!

First one I've seen here!

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Congrats!  :thumbs:

Are your Mirrors Power folding?

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Damn that looks freaking bad ass. Love it 

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Just wish the 6.2 was an option on the TB

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looking good . now if my dealer would get some ?

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This makes me angry!  I want to find an '18 that I like, but how can I when beautiful trucks like this are hitting the streets!  Double damn!!  ;-)

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Wow, nice looking truck. You definitely win first 2019 owner on the site. 

 

PM your address and I'll get you some gm-trucks.com decals to put on that bad boy.  Let me know your size and I'll send a shirt too.

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