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02-23-2019 12:00 AM
garbec01
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Originally Posted by RIT333 View Post
I didn't know that GM is doing the Legacy thing like they did with the Malibu and Malibu Classic. Guess they were hedging their bets in case people didn't like the styling of the '19 Silvarado.
There are probably a couple of reasons for doing this: One is to keep inventory stable at the dealers until production of the newest version gets up to speed to satisfy demand.

The other reason is to use up the components that remain from the previous generation model, so as not to have a large inventory of leftover unsaleable parts.

And the reason that you gave: Maybe some would prefer the previous model.

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02-22-2019 11:57 PM
tom3 I suspect the Legacy is still USA built while the 2019 new style trucks are Hecho en Mexico.
02-22-2019 10:37 PM
bluebirdvision I liked the new body style, but wasn't sure on the 8speed. I have had a 6l90 before and i know their characteristics.
02-22-2019 09:21 PM
RIT333 I didn't know that GM is doing the Legacy thing like they did with the Malibu and Malibu Classic. Guess they were hedging their bets in case people didn't like the styling of the '19 Silvarado.
02-22-2019 08:54 PM
bluebirdvision Couldn't take it anymore. Made double payments on the car for 6+ months. Traded it in for a 2019 Chevy Silverado Legacy. Wish me luck.

08-06-2018 06:41 PM
bluebirdvision I had plan to wait another 10,000 miles to replace the OEM front pads and rotors. But was glad I decided to do it early. The other one was a little worse. They were badly warped but still had good pedal. Replaced with Raybestos coated rotors and ceramic pads @60,446 miles

02-16-2018 01:30 PM
bluebirdvision It shines more than a bald man's head.
02-13-2018 09:19 PM
bluebirdvision So, I need to keep my 'NOX for 3 more years at 15,000 miles a year that'll put it at 98,000 +/- miles. I have decided that as soon it gets around 75,000 miles I will have my Uncle's shop ream out the PCV orifice tube, and IF I decide to keep it a year after its paid off I may do the timing chain and guides (85,000 miles.) Its cheaper to do this stuff as preventative maint than to wait until the rear main blows or the chain skips teeth and then needs a head. He quoted me $800 for the chain kit (from GM) and labor. I haven't asked about the orifice tube yet.
01-07-2018 01:44 AM
New to the Nox
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Originally Posted by bluebirdvision View Post
I'll get it over on the hoist at my Uncles, start it up and look for the leak. MYSELF. lol
Take a picture of it and show them.
01-06-2018 11:52 PM
bluebirdvision I'll get it over on the hoist at my Uncles, start it up and look for the leak. MYSELF. lol
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