Picking my 2021 Custom up tomorrow. Traded a 2018 1500 Denali 6.2 6 foot bed. It's a great riding truck but just not enough truck, is was at the dealer last week for oil change. Said the magnetic suspension system was destroyed. Needed struts too. Also had low profile tires on 20" rims, blew the side wall off 3 of those. It was to much of a car with a bed for me.
2019 Ram Rebel, I loved that truck but couldn't find another one with the spec's I wanted. My dealer sells both Ram and Chevy and had a 21 black TB on the lot and I couldn't resist. Very happy with the truck so far.
After 15 years and 212k miles I decided to sell my 2006 Silverado 2500HD Duramax in favor of a 2021 TrailBoss LT. The old truck was awesome to say the least. It always got my family where we needed to go and never left us stranded. The new truck is amazing!
I am currently waiting for my 2021 Trail Boss to be delivered to the dealer. I traded my 2017 Nissan Titan XD Diesel, that was a stud of a truck pulling my 36' 8500 pound travel trailer. I am going to miss my Titan especially the suspension and fuel mileage pulling the camper. I have always wanted a Chevrolet and with trade in values being so high I decided now was the time. I know the 6.2L will have plenty of power but hoping the suspension is enough with weight distributing hitch to not need air bags. No shot in @$&* the 6.2 even gets close to what the diesel fuel mileage was but I am excited to get my Trail Boss!
I traded my 2019 Ford F350 Dually in for my new Trail Boss. Two reasons. First was the dominant reason. At 15,670 miles my Powerstroke started leaking oil. I was not happy about that so I decided to get rid of the vehicle. Second, I no longer was towing my huge fifth wheel camper after putting a tiny home on our campsite. It was a win win for me. The Trail Boss has everything I need, and nothing I don't. I have had a diesel pick up since 2004,, 5 to be exact and do not miss it like I thought I would. The 6.2 hauls azz...