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Posted: 07/11/19 03:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Well I will be honest that the last 12 months I have not seen a whole lot of the new sierra and Silverados.
But, lately in the the last two months I'm seeing them pop up all over my town.
I'm seeing a bunch of trail boss trucks, and Denali sierra's
I am on the side of the fence that says wow they are stand out sharp!
They have a unique look that sets them apart, and I love it!
Buy what you want , but I would buy one of those if I had the money.

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Posted: 07/11/19 03:49pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

and by the way GM is still ramping up on all variations of those trucks along with new HDs and 4500 - 6500 trucks , so pretty sure there sales will keep increasing each month.
From what I'm seeing in the Chicago area, they are really taking off finally!

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As the competition for Number Two heats up with RAM, they’ll be more promotions from Chevy.


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Posted: 07/11/19 05:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not many in Tucson yet. Have yet to see one on the road.

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The Trail Boss trucks are sharp. What a 1/2 ton 4x4 truck should look like rather than a rocker panel dragging pavement pounder!


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Lots of very thick payment books 'all over town'.


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There are a lot around here as well. They look good, like has been mentioned, the Trail Boss is a sharp pickup. I see more Ram 1500's than GM on the road though, a lot of which are parked behind the dealership to get warranty work as well. I would not call the roll out of that new pickup a win from that standpoint, but they are selling them.


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ksss wrote:

There are a lot around here as well. They look good, like has been mentioned, the Trail Boss is a sharp pickup. I see more Ram 1500's than GM on the road though, a lot of which are parked behind the dealership to get warranty work as well. I would not call the roll out of that new pickup a win from that standpoint, but they are selling them.


Curious if you drive around the country looking behind the Ram dealerships to see how many Rams are parked there for warranty work. And maybe the Rams you see are there for service or accessories or whatever. Wow!

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Really haven't seen any of the new ugly front end '20 Chebby's around here yet. Plenty of ugly rear end Chebby's that are like the front ends tho.


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ACZL wrote:

Really haven't seen any of the new ugly front end '20 Chebby's around here yet. Plenty of ugly rear end Chebby's that are like the front ends tho.


The rear end of the Chebby is typically what Ford owners are always looking at while driving down the road so that makes sense.


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