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I'm in the process of selling my cummins diesel because I don't need a one ton and the wife can't drive a manual. I'm stuck because I want a 2012 to 2014 2500hd with the 6 liter gas motor, but the 2015 plus with the 6 liter gas look good as well. I used to own a 2014 chevy 1500, but not a 2500hd. I'm trying to figure out if there are more issues with the 2012 to 2014 or the 2015 plus.  Any insights would be great!

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17 minutes ago, shakenfake said:

2015 would be my pick


The GMT-900 platform blows

Really. Lots of 900 models are trouble free including mine. 

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I've owned my '12 GMC 2500 with the 6.0 since April 13 2012 and it has NEVER been to the shop for any repairs, even with 3,200lbs in back most of its life.  I do my oil changes as per the oil life system, changed the battery once, and bought new tires when the factory tires wore out.  It has even out performed my '01 which I thought was the best truck.


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