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Here ya go... The 2022 Silverado full reveal!


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Yeah, it came in last month. Well worth the 4 month wait. It’s ridiculous and way quicker than anything this size deserves to be.   Nothing stopping GM from doing the same except their leade

LOL, wow. You really have a bias against the T1s.    The 2022 interior looks class-leading to me. Especially since you can get a full digital cluster on LT and above. Ford and RAM aren't any

Can confirm TRX is dumb. And hilarious.  

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I have to say... the Zr2 looks sick! I'm happy GM used the DSSV Multimatic shocks, and added front and rear lockers, but only a n/a 6.2??? Come on there should have at least been a supercharger on there for sure!!!

The interior is better that I thought it would be, but that console shifter is terrible, looks like something out of a Dodge. Also, I'm not too crazy about front of the non-Zr2 trucks either.🤔 Another thing I don't understand is why would GM put the 8 speed transmission behind the high output 3.0 diesel?? I would take the old version with the 10 speed all day long!

Let me know what y'all think?

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5 hours ago, Firehawk99 said:

I have to say... the Zr2 looks sick! I'm happy GM used the DSSV Multimatic shocks, and added front and rear lockers, but only a n/a 6.2??? Come on there should have at least been a supercharger on there for sure!!!

The interior is better that I thought it would be, but that console shifter is terrible, looks like something out of a Dodge. Also, I'm not too crazy about front of the non-Zr2 trucks either.🤔 Another thing I don't understand is why would GM put the 8 speed transmission behind the high output 3.0 diesel?? I would take the old version with the 10 speed all day long!

Let me know what y'all think?

 

 

8 speed isn't behind the diesel.  10 speed is.  Both the 2.7 and the 2.7HO use the 8 speed.  

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The new interior looks nice, I'm not sold on the shift handle though. I'm not seeing anything that is really "wow" that would make me choose that over a 2021, if I had to do it all over again.

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It's nothing I'd trade my 2021 on but they have some neat features.  Any while the ZR2 looks cool, watching the videos of the factory one on the bumps, I don't think it'll compete with the Ford Raptor or Ram TRX for absorbing big whoops at speed.  It doesn't appear to have the suspension travel of those two trucks.

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8 speed isn't behind the diesel.  10 speed is.  Both the 2.7 and the 2.7HO use the 8 speed.  

Your right. My bad. It was 3am. When I first watched this. I thought they were talking about the diesel.

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Not a fan at all of the new grille at all... However, I do like the switchback DRL/turn signals. That friggin center console shifter 🤮. I see nothing that would get me into a new one.

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