Love this truck. It gives the feel and capability of a truck but the look of a high performance vehicle so head turning is always happening. It's a good professional looking business vehicle that you can throw your Harley in as well. Always getting compliments!
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
I am on the road in my truck an average of 4 hours a day. I am a very hard driver and the truck has been at wide open throttle since the day it left the dealership. There is now 53000 miles on my truck and I am extremely impressed by the way the truck is holding up. I have had many vehicles that had to be discarded becuase of my driving habits. This one is a keeper!
This truck is fun to drive. Just watching
someones head turn as it goes by is a
reassuring feeling that you bought a good
truck. The handling and performace are
excellent with the lowerd suspension and the
345 hp, 6.0 liter.
This truck is built for fun. The
lightning will not come out with 500
ponies, it will back to the 380-390hp
or what ever it is. Supercharger on a
chevy and see what the numbers say. The
short wheel base model for next year
with a supercharger will blow a
lightning out of the water, just watch
and see. The 500 ponies on the ford is
a concept, and we all know how concepts
work. Ford is scared to produce a truck
with 500 ponies, watch and see, it will
be back to the small 5.4 and that