5.7L Cummings is very powerful, as much power as we'll ever need. Carry a 11ft loaded truck camper, had to add stabilizer, still needs airbags, squishy ride with big load, but still lots of power left in the Cummins. Lots of storage is great, fold down back seat is used frequently, can fit 2 kids and a big dog in the back seat easily. Needs more comfortable seats, no lumbar support and very hard. Tough on long trips, but the mileage with camper loaded is 14 including mountain passes. Empty commuting is getting 20-21 (75% freeway/25% in town). Not sure what it is on road trips w/o camper yet. Electrical system easy to wire to add things, simple. Too tall, need to have a stepstool to get in
Power, mileage, storage, several plugs for cell phone/laptop, etc. Color (new bright blue color is great)
Interior comfort, Too high for average size person to easily get in, older people can't get into the truck. Lower this thing, will ya? I don't want to have to buy another Chevy so I can take my parents out to dinner once in a while.
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