Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sandracer799, Sep 22, 2005.
I like it!
Looks like an Explorer with an Envoy front clip Not a fan. Interior is nice though.
You are absolutely right. I do like the interior, but not the rest.
what a pile of s#!t!
Count me in on the "Not a fan side" it just dosent look tough at all. I dont think that round front end will save that much gas.
To each their own.........I like it.
What ? Where is the Solid Axles ? Seriuously though, it looks OK - but a little too much plastic in my taste..
Not as ugly as Chevy usually pushes on us these days, but I still don't like it.
ha wait please tell me it still has a soild rear axle?????
I like it...
I am guessing no.
Well, given that the top doesn't come off, it does actually look nice.
But the top doesn't come off -- well, not without a anyway!
Interior looks pretty normal for cars and trucks these days... same with the exterior pretty boring....
I don't like it.
Yes, they also went with a coil over front suspension design, soo if this carries over to the trucks expect to see an easily bolt on able long travel kit. And supposedly the HD's are going SFA.
If that is true, it would be awesome !
There have been rumors of the HD trucks going SFA for a long time. I bet it will never happen. Would be cool though. Even though I think it really does look boring I like it
I don't know if i like it yet. I know I do like my wifes 01 better. I also hate the wheels talk about NASTY .. that would be the first thing to go. I'd probably even see about making it part of the purchace deal, and see about getting them swapped from something else at the dealer.
i thought the exact same thing.
wonder if they will have a duramax option
It seems Chevy is constantly changing the look of their vehicles these days, seems like more of a sign that they are grasping for air rather than being a leader in the market. Oh well, I will never buy a new GM anything, so its a moot point. And chances of a SFA HD? I bet slim to none. The IFS rides better and it plenty strong to do its job in stock form. May not be "off-road" friendly like we like, but most those trucks won't see dirt anyways.
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