I loved this truck at first.
Great ride, fuel economy and interior comfort/features.
I'm starting to have several issues of major concern.
My truck starts very hard in cold weather.
Several revolutions of the engine before it'll fire up.
I also have a distinct coolant smell coming from the truck after it's gotten warm.
There is a vibration I've noticed at freeway speeds in the drivetrain that's starting to drive me nuts.
I also have to bring the truck into the dealer for 2 recalls.
My windshield has cracked and I don't believe it's anything that I've done.
GM spec'd the glass too thin to save weight???
The truck is a bit jerky to drive through various speeds.
Our new 2014 Silverado is good looking, very comfortable and fun to drive.
Unfortunately it has been plagued with several problems which detract from the good points. For example, the truck has had starting problems during cold weather which would make us very hesitant to drive very far from home during winter months.
Also, if you were used to, say, a 2010 Silverado and used remote start, the 2014 acts very differently.
Our 2010 would quickly warm the cab and heated seats but the 2014s' seats will not feel ward to the touch although Chevrolet says that they do come on.
Features advertised such as blue LED lighting behind the radio knobs do not work.
I've liked chevy trucks for about 15 years. I had a 99, an 03, and an 08 prior to this one, but this new generation has DRASTIC imrovements.
HOWEVER, i just turned over 50k miles, and i have had a few annoyances.
This is a very nice truck with a significant safety issue if you need adults to ride in the back seat. The head restraints do not move up high enough to protect someone over about 5'3" during a rear end impact. My 2005 Sierra crew cab had restraints that moved up considerably higher. I registered a complaint with safercar.gov and emailed a complaint to Chevy Customer Service. I have also written a letter to Chevy explaining my complaint. I did receive a response to my email saying thanks for the feedback and it will be taken into consideration in future designs. This is unacceptable. I and others have the unsafe current model. If I would have realized this, I would have bought the Ram.
Just took my 2014 Silverado in today because of an "Engine Misfire" I only have 6600 miles on it, and do not feel very happy at this time. I have learned from reading other forums that I'm not the only who has this problem. There are some real horror stories going around that GM might not really have fix!!!. The problem started when I came to a stop. A real hard down shift hit first followed by the motor started to miss like it jumped timing. The check engine light started to blink constantly and the Track Light came on. I know we have GM customer service people on this forum so I would like to see what they have to say. However I don't want the standard responsive of take it to the dealer.