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So I have recently bought a 2015 Sierra 1500. In my area it's the only one that I've seen in that color. So my question is in 2015 how many Sierra's were built in that color??

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cool color.. havent seen one that color in austin~

 

welcome!

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There can't be that many, I live in truck heavy region and I've not seen that color, very unique...at least from what I've seen....I mean not seen!

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2 hours ago, PaxtonG16 said:

So I have recently bought a 2015 Sierra 1500. In my area it's the only one that I've seen in that color. So my question is in 2015 how many Sierra's were built in that color??

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Several on Google, but one of my favorite colors. I've seen one in my area in a Silverado

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32 minutes ago, SS502 said:

There can't be that many, I live in truck heavy region and I've not seen that color, very unique...at least from what I've seen....I mean not seen!

I live in a GM town in Ohio, so almost everyone drives a gm product. One if our local dealerships has 2 of them when I was looking at this truck, but they got sent to auction so those ones aren't even rolling around here

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For 2015, GMC made a true RED and a Sonoma Red Metallic.

The Cayenne metallic had more of an orange tint.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Sierra Dan said:

For 2015, GMC made a true RED and a Sonoma Red Metallic.

The Cayenne metallic had more of an orange tint.

 

 

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I know that, I'm just trying to figure out HOW MANY trucks were actually built with the Cayenne Metallic. I guess maybe a dealership would be able to find this information? 

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1 hour ago, PaxtonG16 said:

I know that, I'm just trying to figure out HOW MANY trucks were actually built with the Cayenne Metallic. I guess maybe a dealership would be able to find this information? 

You might try emailing [email protected]

They can probably help you more than we can.

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5 hours ago, PaxtonG16 said:

I know that, I'm just trying to figure out HOW MANY trucks were actually built with the Cayenne Metallic. I guess maybe a dealership would be able to find this information? 

If it was a Corvette that kind of information is easy to find out but I'm not so sure about trucks. Try [email protected] like SS502 said. It's worth a try. They may say something like 1 out of every 950 trucks was that color or something along those lines.

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11 hours ago, PaxtonG16 said:

So I have recently bought a 2015 Sierra 1500. In my area it's the only one that I've seen in that color. So my question is in 2015 how many Sierra's were built in that color??

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Try this site, compnine.com, see what happens. Think you have to enter your VIN, should tell you the number that were made.

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Timely topic! I parked near one a couple of days ago and It had me wondering if it was an aftermarket paint colour!  It makes for a sharp and unique looking truck.  Good find.  

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There were several Sunset Orange Metallic (what chevy calls it) Silverados at the dealer in Las Vegas when I bought my 2015 Silverado. They were willing to give me a smoking deal on it because it seemed like everyone hated the color. I left with Summit White one because all they had left in the orange were all double cabs and I wanted a crew.

Still to this day I haven’t seen a Sunset Orange or Cayenne GM truck running around Vegas.


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I have a 15 Cayenne Metalic Double Cab 5.3 4WD SLE w 3.42. Bought it new. I have only seen a handful of these colors in my area. The one I see the most is an LTZ DC Silvy with a nice ARE cap painted to match. Makes me want a cap so bad!

They only made the color for a short production run. (Not the full model year) I’ve seen other gym vehicles with the same color in the past. Corvettes, Firebird/camaros, Grand Am etc. When it is clean, and the sun hits it just right, it is one of the best colors IMO.


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I can't decide if I like that color on a truck.

But it does look good on a Vette

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I see Corvettes almost everyday in that color. No trucks.


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