Original review: June 17, 2018 The Chevrolet Silverado is very roomy. All I will say is sit in a Ford or Dodge the same year and you will know how cheap the Chevy is. I was told it had to do with the leaf springs. No we have 5 of them. I was able to get to the shoulder of the road where the vehicle wouldn't start.
Silverado 1500 Z71, off road. It is essentially an all wheel drive car. The distributor injection pump controls both metering, via an internal , and high pressure fuel delivery to the fuel injectors via internal precision hydraulic pumps. Terrible investment that falls apart no matter how you baby it. I could use this truck not only for my plowing, but for hauling my camper around as well.
After several attempts to blame me for not using proper tier one fuel they found out there was a recall on injectors. I believe in you take care of something it will take care of you. I got the v6 version because it got better fuel mileage ratings than the V8, and I would routinely get 24 to 26mpg. Does anyone know if the 6. Also, we liked the style and color of the vehicle. Myself, and many others over there can help you get the 6. I plan on doing some research on the internet, but you guys are experts on everything it seems, so I figure someone will have some great info.
Original review: May 8, 2019 I bought my 2018 Silverado Ltz with sport pkg. This is my last Chevy. Really, this is 2nd winter, I make sure to turn everything off. This improved the flow through the block by 70—75% and flow to the radiator 7%. Myself, and many others over there can help you get the 6. Was a good truck, purchased in 2011 with 45000 miles on it, sold it with 130000 in 2013. This would make getting in and out of the truck easier for me since I am short.
Chevy is well aware of this issue. There is a soot trap on L65 engines that is often mistaken for a catalytic converter. It is very comfortable to ride in. You should see the looks on the Mustangs, Powerstrokes, and civics that I can literally 'smoke' down the track - got timeslips to prove it. Last, if you get a flat, the cheap stainless lug nut covers will be ruined, ya, expect new lug nut after tire replacement because that lug cover will crack and fall off.
The heated seats are important for us due to back problems. Original review: May 5, 2019 Bought truck brand new. Like I said, truck only has 14000 miles, about what most folks drive in a year, which is bad enough, but Chevy won't even fix their lousy product. Original review: May 7, 2019 Our company purchased a 2017 Silverado brand new for my company vehicle. My truck has been in the dealership at least 8 times.
He just kept telling me that it is way too nice of a truck to sell for much less than he is already putting it on sale for. That engine and truck will get you anywhere, but it might not be quite as fast as the Duramax - but you can beat up on the 6. I called the guy on it over the last couple days and he sounds like he is not going to move at all from his asking price. One minor feature are the dual climate controls which is really great especially when on a long drive! Aftermarket oil cooler lines that utilize compression fittings rectify this. Never I had such an issue with a Chevy product until now. I will be using it as a daily driver, and not as a heavy hauler or off road vehicle or anything, so any help at all would be great.
I think the price is pretty fair for the mileage and how clean the truck looks. Worked fine after buying the 65 dollar part, then a year later 3 stopped this time it was the harness to the module with was 50 bucks and easy to replace, had to replace the brake pads, and ball joints at 120000 miles, the intake gasket was leaking and it needs ignition coils at 115000 miles, the intake gasket is a common issue on Chevrolets of this era. Here is the summary of things that happened. First and last Chevy I will ever buy. Our company has a 2016 Silverado with the same transmission and it has been to the shop for 2 new transmissions plus rework 2 different times.