They're essentially the same size as the current truck.Sorry Fans, not appealing to the eyes. How can they call that a Mid-Sized truck, it's huge. Sometimes less is better.
Incorrect. The plant produces more than just the trucks and they go down the same line. The model mix varies for a number of reasons. Right now it’s a couple trucks then a few vans then 3 trucks then one van then….. Please refrain from commenting on things you don’t know for fact.If you look closely, they only made three of them. This was more of a show than the start of production.
That was the first official production, heading for a dealer, saleable truck. All the others were pre-production unitsThought there were trucks on the road testing and at shows.
If rumors and GMAuthority are to be believed it’s coming in ‘27…Now if only GM would update that 30 year old van.....
Ah yes good points actually smaller hood length and almost exact same overall length.Everyone quotes the wheelbase number. The overall length is about the same. The front overhang is less.
Really wasn't that serious. Chill. It's a production line... All they said was this was for the ceremony.Incorrect. The plant produces more than just the trucks and they go down the same line. The model mix varies for a number of reasons. Right now it’s a couple trucks then a few vans then 3 trucks then one van then….. Please refrain from commenting on things you don’t know for fact.
Yes…and note that the first truck is a lifted version-so it looks larger. Questions in mind: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
Ist one is a Z71 and they don't come with a lift.Yes…and note that the first truck is a lifted version-so it looks larger. Questions in mind:
BTW-I didn’t realize they were heavier. Isn’t that odd when mpg is so important?
2. Aren’t they required under federal law to list mpg on the sticker?
Pretty much this. I'd still like to know what the rating is. But I'd be shocked if it's anything other than 1-2 MPG different from the previous models - especially the ZR2/AT4-X. I'll bet those are lower if not the exact same as the 2nd gens. It is kind of amazing though... the 4 cylinder it's like they don't know how valuable a good v6 and tune are. I suspect it could be a dump of the 4cyl's they mass produced for the 1500's or they would be sitting on them for years. I'd be shocked if later year versions didn't offer a V6.Wondering why mileage is so important.
Not like any of us actually get what they write down
They both have a 2" lift over the LT's and WT's. Or at least the WT's for sure. Someone on these forums posted that info a while ago and I believe it says somewhere in the sea of details in the builder etc etc. Not sure about the Elevations or any of the GMC's though.The Z71 and the Denali look about the same height. I didn't think the Z71 cam with a factory lift.
Edmonds shows LT 7.9” ground clearance-Z71 with 8.9…Ist one is a Z71 and they don't come with a lift.