Discussion in 'DAILY LIFE!' started by 1BADSS396, Jan 10, 2018.
Damn smart move! Those Winters will not be missed!
Update: Been at the new job for about a year now. Job is going well and we LOVE AZ!!! MN is getting hammered with snow and cold this entire month and all i can do is smile.
Had the 2007 Sierra for 12 years now. 95K miles. latest (current) issue is broken engine mount (among a few other things). Thinking it's time to trade her in.
What should I get? (and no, I am not spending $60k on a new loaded 2019 that looks like ass). I am thinking a 2018 Ram or GM...seems I can get a 2LT 4wd Chevy for about $35k. Should be able to get about $15K for my old beast.
Do what a real man would do and get a Ridgeline.
Good to hear that you are doing well.
2017 with 4400 miles on it. SLT Bighorn with 5.7, 8 spd AT, 3.92 axle ratio, 9.25" rear end, all the towing goodies. Very well equipped.
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Not a bad looking truck. I like that blue.
With 395 HP/410 Tq and 3.92 gears, it should yank my boat around much better than my GMC does. And it should be pretty darn quick too.
Well, this guy loves his "looks like ass" truck.
Major upgrade from my 2002.
Sorry, no offense. I am just not a fan of the new Chevy. The GMC is only marginally better.
I have no doubt it's a major upgrade over your 2002. it better be. LOL
After seeing a lot of new GM trucks on the road here I can safely say... YUK. The Chevy is just downright ugly. It might be a great truck but damn. The GMC is only slightly better looking.
I don't mean to offend anybody who has one. I just wonder how many they will sell given ridiculous pricing and the ugly factor. Ram and Ford may well have a huge year.
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