I got lucky a month ago and found a 10,000 mile used 2010 black Silverado LTZ with every option at less than market price.
My 1998 4Runner was still running good, but not enough guts to pull my boat.
This is the truck i've always wanted and couldn't be more happy with all of the features.
The 4Runner consistently (without boat) got 18 mpg, now I get 15-18 for the tank.
The ride is awesome, the heated seats are the envy of my wife, and the look is the best on the market in my opinion. Yes, I'd do it again.
Have not pulled the boat yet, but have no doubt it will do just fine. I plan on keeping this one around for a while.
I've owned Fords before, but probably not again after this one.
MY 2010 SILVERADO HAS 67,000 MILES now.
No problems at this time.
REPLACED TIRES WITH COOPER AT3 WORKS WELL.
USE FULL SYNTHETIC OIL FOR BETTER USE.
Auto transfer case works well for 4x4 use.
Drag to get in neutral.
BUT THE AUTO SELECT DIAL FOR 4X4 IS EASY TO USE. THE MANUAL BUTTONS ON SIX SPEED TRANSMISSION WORK WELL TOO.
HOWEVER THE MANUAL BUTTON HOLDS A LOW GEAR IF SELECTED WHEN YOU ENTER BACK ON HIGHWAY AT HIGH SPEED IN LOW GEAR ASSUMING AUTOMATIC STILL.
THOUGH ON HILLS ,THE MANUAL BUTTON WORKS TERRIFIC WITH THE GEARS USE.
FANTASTIC STEREO AND SPEAKERS.
WIDE TURN, BUT OKAY.
MINE IS REASONABLE ON GAS.
IT IS OK FOR LOAD TOO. Really a very reliable comfortable truck.
This was my first brand new truck I bought. I previously owned a 1995 Chevy Cheyenne truck and loved it. I wished I never got rid of her. I only had my 2010 Silverado for 4 months before I traded in. Within 4000km's the transmission had to be replaced do to a loud whining noise. It took me months of battling with GM to get the transmission replaced. At one point the truck was at the dealer once a week. The driveline clunks loudly. The speakers vibrated and rattled. The back window of the truck squeaked and creaked. Passenger side door had something lose inside causing it to rattle as well. Within the first 1000km's the engine developed a ticking noise when warmed up. Terrible truck!
V6 and 4 speed auto are a very good match up and smooth performance. Towing up 6500 pounds is smooth and straight. This work truck platform is matched very well with the V6 and is a quick and responsive drive on the expressway. Granted it is not as quick as a V8, it does cruise easily at 75 to 80 on the E-way with no issues. Cruise control is an appreciated option on those 400 mile trips from Detroit to Illinois. This is an excellent basic truck, just what I prefer. Chrome package adds to the clean style and lines.
I have a 2010 with 88,000 miles. Rear wheel oil seal started leaking at 60,000, Both front wheel bearing out now. $ 1100.00 repair. Brake light switch has gone out twice. Gas mileage poor highway and city 20/13. Chevy has gone backwards on this model. The transmission shifts continuously at the slightest hill. Puling a 12' boat (1000 lb) and the highway mileage goes to under 15. My 2005 Silverado went 250,000 miles with NO repairs , other than brakes , oil, and filters, and got 21/17 MPG. Now (4/2017) the transmission has started shuddering when it changes gears. ( An indication of a transmission repair) . Troubles just keep piling up!!