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Great Truck!

Ed Nielsen, 01/31/2020
Custom 4dr Crew Cab 4WD 5.8 ft. SB (4.3L 6cyl 6A)
45 of 49 people found this review helpful

Traded an F-150 for a 2020 Silverado Custom Quad Cab 4 X 4 with the 5.3 V8. Basic truck, but it drives, handles, and looks fantastic. Alot tighter than the F-150, and the steering and brakes are more responsive. Quality of the interior materials are not as good as the F-150, my only negative. Power train is very responsive but not as good as the Ecoboost 3.5. Overall a very solid, reliable buy.

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Exactly what's wrong with the 2020 silverado

Johnny4Track, 03/14/2020
Custom Trail Boss 4dr Crew Cab 4WD 6.6 ft. SB (4.3L 6cyl 6A)
116 of 130 people found this review helpful

Good truck, but there are some dumb GM issues... First, the custom trim doesn't have any center console storage. This is insane because it would cost GM less money to install one good center console on their trucks instead of trying to force buyers into a trim upgrade. Second, the truck has a blind spot mirror on the driver's side. This would be a useful mirror on the passenger side, but it's totally stupid and useless on the driver's side. We don't need another mirror to see what's next to us on the driver's side because that's already visible in the regular mirror. We DO need that blind spot mirror on the passenger side where it belongs. Third, the radio (infotainment center) reboots randomly, so get used to having to pull over and re-enter any travel destinations while using apple car play, or get used to not having navigation. The implementation of car play is definitely a joke on the base trim. Fourth, the window controls flat out suck. Try to roll down a window and get it to stop where you want it to stop and you'll know why I'm writing this. Fifth, the gas filler. The gas gap was deleted on this truck in favor of a rubber flap. Standard pump nozzles will fight you a little to remove them after filling up. Not much, but just enough to drip gas on the body paint underneath the filler hole. Annoying and eventually that will ruin the paint. Sixth - the radio sucks in the base models. You have to turn the bass all the way up to get any decent sound, just to make it usable. Seventh - there are no radio controls on the steering wheel on the base models. It's 2020, this is laughable - the 5 year old toyota I traded in was better equipped inside. To summarize, this is a good truck, but GM went so cheap with the base interior that they should be ashamed. GM would make more money per sale if they stopped forcing upgrades over stupid things like center consoles, inferior radios, etc... anything with a 47K sticker should not be a compromise.

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Motor blew up at 200 MILES!

Michael Sites, 10/28/2020
LT Trail Boss 4dr Crew Cab 4WD 6.6 ft. SB (5.3L 8cyl 10A)
11 of 11 people found this review helpful

I purchased a 2020 Silverado Trail Boss 6.2L on 10/17/2020. One 10/22/2020 with only a little over 200 miles a valve spring broke and cracked my block. Needs a new engine! This should be fun. Awaiting GM to inspect the engine to see "if it is covered". What out GM 6.2 owners!!!

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High Country FTW

Eman, 03/30/2020
High Country 4dr Crew Cab 5.8 ft. SB (5.3L 8cyl 8A)
16 of 17 people found this review helpful

I am a recent purchaser of a High Country and this thing rocks. No issues so far and it is a head turner. I understand the interior might look dated, but after you drive it for awhile you realize it is because they need it to be a functional "TRUCK" interior, meaning they wanted "cheaper" plastics because they get dirty all the time! Even though the interior might be a little dull it does grow on you and appreciation levels of all the little cubbies and storage bins go way up as you become accustomed to them. When you buy a higher trim level, you get a massive technology suite that some rivals including RAM does not have. The info-entertainment center (while small) is very responsive and intuitive. The higher trim levels might include the rear backup mirror (which is amazing) and the 360 surround camera/tailoring camera. This is amazingly thought out and is great quality. I also didn't want a massive 12 inch screen that looks out of place in the center console. They all do the same thing, and I have no trouble reaching the one GM provides. The only thing I envy of other more modern truck owners is a panoramic sunroof which i'm sure they will come out with soon. That would put this truck way over the top in my opinion. The little sunroof it offers is just Meh. Overall very happy with my purchase and hope to keep it for a long time.

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Nice truck with serious latent defects

JP, 11/30/2020
LT Trail Boss 4dr Crew Cab 4WD 5.8 ft. SB (5.3L 8cyl 10A)
8 of 8 people found this review helpful

This is one gorgeous truck with numerous well though-out factory installed options. The overall fit and finish are good, not great as I had to take mine back for adjustments to the hood and one door. The trailer hitch is NOT well thought out. It sticks out one inch past the bumper making it much harder to park the truck in a standard garage. Fuel economy has been just ok so far with 2250 miles and very careful driving I have been able to squeeze out 17.5 MPG with 70% highway miles. It really should do better than that. The interior is excellent. At $50,000+ this truck should come with a seat memory system. I don't like needing to re-adjust the seat every time I get it back from the dealer. And that leads me to what I believe are some serious latent defects in this truck. So far, I have experienced five (5) check engine lights for the exact same problem. Thankfully the OnStar diagnostics system captures each failure, provides a date and time stamp, and sends you an email with the details. Do yourself a favor and keep every one you receive. You will need them if you decide to take legal action. My truck has constant problems related to 1, the lithium-ion battery (part of the auto start/stop system), and 2, the engine / transmission system (again related to the auto start/stop). So far despite the dealer and GM factory's best technicians working the problem and driving the daylights out of my truck in the process, they have not been able to identify and properly solve the underlying problem.

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