2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4dr Extended Cab SS AWD SB (6.0L 8cyl 4A)
Rather pricey, but it has every gadget
in the Chevy parts bin. The only thing
missing is excess power I wanted.
Sadly that is still Ford's domain.
There is plenty of power, great
cornering and AWD for sure traction.
The ride is firm but smooth and
generally comfortable. There is a
harmonic bouncing on some concrete
freeways. Cab noise is very low. The
rear view mirror is a bit low for me,
blocking forward view at the horizon
line. The sun visor in the side
position, blocks too much of my view
left. The truck has a solid feel to it
and I have found no flaws in the
exterior metal work or paint. The
styling is well suited for the SS and
The stereo is clear and has good bass
Separate Climate controls (the wife
always likes it warmer than me).
Distinctive styling. I think
the "aggressive" styling works well on
More power!! Factory supercharger is
needed to give credence to the SS
nameplate. Some more tuning on the
suspension to eliminate concrete
freeway bounce. Chromed or polished
aluminum wheels, instead of the painted
aluminum. Why did they paint the
beautiful aluminum wheels silver?
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