In the past 2 years, truc. Chevy's look great in the showroom but eveything but the engine and tranny don't last. Rear seats fold down for even more room. We have taken it on trips, made a bed in the back, and camped in it a few times over the years. New timing gear and chains6. He was replacing at least 1 engine every month.
If interested drop me a note. The move means that the only available powertrain for the Traverse is the 310 horsepower V6 paired with a 9-speed automatic. This is not going to sell in big numbers, yet it's being restricted. They just have to get this sorted out to an acceptable model moving forward as they can not afford to loose these sales. More details will be shared as they become available. Sorry to all the bowtie lovers on the forum.
I am quite happy with it. Generally speaking, ¾ ton models will always be a bit rougher then their ½ ton conterparts. Chevy's look great in the showroom but eveything but the engine and tranny don't last. The Bowtie emblem is now higher on the grille, and the bar between the upper and lower grilles is now body color. Well the real volume went to the Tahoe. Told from guy I bought it from that the front line works but needs to be charged. Chevrolet has struggled with sales of the Camaro in recent years, often coming in third place in sales behind the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger.
When we were looking we test drove a 1500 Suburban with the smaller engine and 3. The Bowtie emblem is now higher on the grille, and the bar between the upper and lower grilles is now body color. Most notable is the updated front fascia which received much criticism. Need to haul only couple times per year, but need space for dogs, kid,gear so no pick up works. The 2500 is far superior 8. How that is going to translate into the Yukon and Suburban platforms is yet to be seen.
Looking at the new suburban. The move means that the only available powertrain for the Traverse is the 310 horsepower V6 paired with a 9-speed automatic. I'm sure that if there is enough demand, they tool up for bigger sales. Amazing and far easier than conventional style weight distribution hitches. After a 3 year hiatus, there may be a backlog of Commercial and Government demand to fill.
Too bad you're not still looking, found 2 nice ones down here in Tx. Everything is a tradeoff, you just gotta figure out your priorities and how it'll be used. Why do they ever pull this sort of thing? No matter the vehicle your tranny, engine and brakes are going to take a heavy toll Be safe. Our range is anywhere from 10 miles to 300 miles from San Clemente to Lake Mead. Make sure you err on buying a big enough tow vehicle and that it has a tow pkg. The 2020 Camaro with all of these updates will go on sale in Fall 2019. We wonder though if this signals a move by Chevy to use the new TriPower 2.
We just got done towing the boat up a pretty steep mountain grade over 7000' big bear lake for anyone in so cal. I disagree, there is still plenty of Mormons who love the Suburbans to haul their families and then plenty of people buying trailers to camp and travel North America. So max probably around 7000 to pull. If we had to do it again, I would have held out for the 4. While it is not as cool or as fun as the old truck, it is more relaxing capable. Add to that the guys pulling trailers are generally not tree huggers and will not pony up the extra money to save a tree. But getting people in these segments to pay the extra cost.
Availability of all-new regular-cab and double-cab pickups was very limited during the quarter due to launch timing, but full production of all cab styles started in March and they currently are arriving in dealer showrooms. I was searching just for fun. If you tow at or near the limit I have hear of people going through diffs. Talk about a nice comfortable ride. Finally I was honest with myself and went out and bought a Dodge 2500 crew cab with a Cummins. I hope they will bring back the 8. Especially if there are hills.
If you tow at or near the limit I have hear of people going through diffs. On another note, attached courtesy of f650pickups. This is just dragging out the inevitable that we will have it on the lots. We also use it to pull a 2 horse trailer. The other day we reported that model year. As for you Electric idea that is nice but ideas like that come cheap and pricing them to the point people will pay them on an already maxed out priced vehicle is difficult. The interior of my wife's truck is without a doubt the absolute worst amongst the big three; hard plastics that don't last.