I love my Silverado Hybrid and I'm sad they've discontinued it. The review's cons, I see as benefits. For me its a work truck and I wouldn't want leather seats. I wanted a crew cab so I can car pool. The truck switches over to all electric when I'm idling at lights and in front of clients houses when I'm early or they're late - saving me front filling up 2 - 3 times a week as I did with my Colorado which is a smaller truck. Instead I usually fill up once a week. The truck bed is wide enough to hold a full sheet of plywood or drywall, and while it doesn't come with a lot of upgrades, the upgrades I would want would be after market anyway.
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