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5 hours ago, avalonandl said:

You can turn the feature off

Well on the new 2019 T1 GM 1/2 tons you have to turn it off EVERY time you start the truck!!

It resets back to auto stop each time the truck is shut off.

 

Hopefully these new 2020 2500 series trucks still have the simplicity and reliability of running on all cylinders and not shutting off at every stop. 

 

Not interested in a truck that I use to make a living, acting like a dam golf cart!! All for what, an additional 20 miles per tankful.

 

 

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49 minutes ago, flattop said:

Well on the new 2019 T1 GM 1/2 tons you have to turn it off EVERY time you start the truck!!

It resets back to auto stop each time the truck is shut off.

 

Hopefully these new 2020 2500 series trucks still have the simplicity and reliability of running on all cylinders and not shutting off at every stop. 

 

Not interested in a truck that I use to make a living, acting like a dam golf cart!! All for what, an additional 20 miles per tankful.

 

 

The 2020 HD's don't have auto start/stop, period. 

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Its right there by the push button start. Push one button to start and another to turn off auto stop.

 

I will tell you its really not noticeable  on the Silverado.

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4 hours ago, magnum74 said:

The 2020 HD's don't have auto start/stop, period. 

That is correct.

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Will the 2020 AT4's HD shut off when you stop? Deal breaker for me.
 
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Correct me if I’m wrong but HD trucks are not bound by same fuel economy standards as are the 1/2 tons.


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9 hours ago, MX86 said:

 


Correct me if I’m wrong but HD trucks are not bound by same fuel economy standards as are the 1/2 tons.


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Vehicles with a GVWR over 8600 lbs are exempt from CAFE.

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