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2022 Silverado Build & Price Configurator is up


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https://www.chevrolet.com/trucks/silverado/1500

 

The GMC configurator isn’t up at the time of this post but the Limited Configurator is down. I figure they are in the process up uploading it. 

 

EDIT: GMC Configurator is up now: https://www.gmc.com/trucks/sierra/1500/sle-elevation-slt/build-and-price/config

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1 hour ago, Sgt Beavis said:

https://www.chevrolet.com/trucks/silverado/1500

 

The GMC configurator isn’t up at the time of this post but the Limited Configurator is down. I figure they are in the process up uploading it. 

 

EDIT: GMC Configurator is up now: https://www.gmc.com/trucks/sierra/1500/sle-elevation-slt/build-and-price/config

Thanks for the update. 

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What are folks thoughts on the rear window leaks on these refresh models? Do you think GM has addressed the issue somehow with the new design? If I decide to get one I don't want to have to deal with that headache.

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18 minutes ago, Jricharc said:

What are folks thoughts on the rear window leaks on these refresh models? Do you think GM has addressed the issue somehow with the new design? If I decide to get one I don't want to have to deal with that headache.

My 2019 RST has a slider and I haven't had one leak.  I didn't order my '22 LTZ refresh with a slider.  Don't use it and don't wanna take a chance with leaks.

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Been waiting for this to come online. I wanted to build two different trucks that I would drive just for the hell of it.

 

Built a RCSB in 2WD with the 2.7/8 speed combo for $36,000 MSRP. Has mostly all the packages you can apply plus added the locking rear diff and trailer brake controller. For a 300+ horsepower truck that weights very little, that thing would be pretty fun once it was lowered to the ground more.

 

Also built a truck to match my current truck with options. Crew cab 4X4 LT model came to be $51,400. That is a $10,000 increase in MSRP compared to the 2016 I currently drive.

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