All of our products have been pretty reliable... I tend to trust their pickups for the most part, the Traverse was mostly because we wanted the biggest non-minivan we could afford and suburbans and large vehicles are ridiculously expensive.Cintocrunch any buyer's remorse on your GM products? I have $3,500 in GM rebates on a Capital One credit card but the thought of buying another GM vehicle is unnnerving for me, never had great luck with a modern GM.
We've had pretty much every generation of Silverado in the family except for the new one (my dad will be remedying that soon). They've always been great trucks. Work hard, chevy small blocks are always work horses, interiors have held up well, get respectable mileage, etc.If I go Government Motors I'll absolutely go with a full size now that they shifted some crew cab production from Meh-e-co to the US.
Cintocrunch I would absolutely go Sierra SLT Crew with a sunroof myself.We've had pretty much every generation of Silverado in the family except for the new one (my dad will be remedying that soon). They've always been great trucks. Work hard, chevy small blocks are always work horses, interiors have held up well, get respectable mileage, etc.
The new ones look better in person to me but if it were my money and I was able to get a comparable Sierra for the same price I'd make that jump, just like the looks better. Also, I'd be awfully interested in that I6 diesel they've got, 30+mpg in a full size 4WD pickup is pretty nice!
Just like the Honda VCM issues they affected a small percentage of early years and even smaller percentage as the years have gone on. My dad has had 2 GM full size with AFM and has had absolutely no issues with it. I would immediately disable it like I did with VCM because I am in that camp. Just saying you don't need to be afraid of it.you will need to disable the AFM (aka DOD) on your GM v8s or you will be doing a rebuild at 100k. ask me how i know.
You will not hear me argue with that.A cylinder that isn't firing is a cylinder that's fouling.