It's official production has started. Hopefully it doesn't take long for them to show up at the dealership.
I always think those side markers cheapen the looks of a vehicle. First time I saw something similar on a Mercedes, I was shocked. Guess I need to get used to it.You can see the side makers light up on the Denali. Also, the Denali looks sweet without the ugly side steps.
Yea I'm pretty sure I've watched the same videos at least 20 times each by now. But hey, I know exactly how many Twinkies and Tootsie Rolls I can expect certain compartments to hold.Can’t wait for some reviews. Hopefully the press gets their hands on some test models ASAP. My code is 2000 for a 23 Trail Boss but I’m constantly searching for hands on reviews lol
I don't think GM takes notes from the Amazon playbook.With 4.5 Billion to update the plant for the new trucks, I sure hope those folks got some new restrooms closer to the lines.
It's the same size as every other mid sized truck now days lol. Where you been hiding? Has roughly the same dimensions as a Tacoma.Sorry Fans, not appealing to the eyes. How can they call that a Mid-Sized truck, it's huge. Sometimes less is better.
Yea now it's kinda sus.Surprised they haven’t announced mpg yet, I thought they would announce right before they started production.
Everyone quotes the wheelbase number. The overall length is about the same. The front overhang is less.Sorry Fans, not appealing to the eyes. How can they call that a Mid-Sized truck, it's huge. Sometimes less is better. quoted from above
the 2023 twins are literally 3 inches longer in wheel base, and the rear seat losses about 1" leg room. And the WT, LT, and Z71 come stock with no lift and without the 3" wider wheel track so almost the same size as the 2nd gen and only about 300-500ibs more in weight. So basically only mild body curve differences, new grills, and the Canyons and ZR2, and Trail Boss come 3" wider and 2 or 3 inches taller than the 2nd gens so almost the same exact size and dimensions