Any thoughts ?
CFRTim said:To be honest I didn't "feel" the extra torque and power from the V6, and most of the reviews I read, also didn't.
Gee, if you can't feel an increase of 50ft lb of torque, then you must be sleeping while you drive! jk of course[/color]
Sure,JTNJ said:Any thoughts ?
I feel if you have a heavy foot your going to hate the 4.Sumr616 said:If you don't anticipate doing much of any towing with this vehicle and you don't have a heavy foot, I'd go with the 4 cyl. Whatever you do, I would avoid the 2011 4 cyl's like the plague - particularly the ones with build dates between Feb 2011 and June 2011, you can find those issues in other thread on this forum.
If you like the extra power, then go for the V6.
Same here, the V6 is "slow", no punch. You don't feel like you're driving a V6 in this truck (except for the engine sound).CFRTim said:To be honest I didn't "feel" the extra torque and power from the V6, and most of the reviews I read, also didn't.
A diesel option ? - The latest EPA Diesel Emission requirements should kill any thought of ordering one. Out of warranty repairs caused by the new emission regulations can run in the $$ thousands for a Duramax, Cummins, or Ford. Very complicated, complex systems now to have a cleaner exhaust.OnxBear said:Well that would be a con for sure, at least up here in the Great White North, diesel is more $$/liter or gallon if that's your unit of measure.
And Urea is required as an additive to break down nitrogen (NOX) due to the new diesel emmisions requirements.
Plus it's about $20 for 10 litres and that only lasts for about 2 to 2 1/2 tank fulls, if you think you can just run without it, GM has that figured too, ECU cuts power and max speed to 90km/hr and if you still resist, 6km/hr. :beer:[/color]