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- Aug 11, 2016
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They didn't cut anything out, or at least I made the cut off on most chip shortage items.Congratulations! I think you got a smokin' deal on the Tahoe. I bought a '22 white Tahoe Z71 with the 6.2, air suspension, black wheels and pretty much every other option last February, and paid $7,500 over sticker for it. I wanted the Tahoe over the Yukon Denali, because I already have a 2020 GMC Sierra 3500HD, and wanted something with a different front end. I've had Denalis as rentals, though, and definitely prefer the interior on the GMC (especially the dash and larger screen). I opted against the High Country because I didn't want all of the chrome, however I miss the heads up display, which my Sierra has. I can't figure out why Chevy didn't offer the heads up display, ventilated seats and rear camera mirror on the Z71, considering the price point (sticker was mid-70s).
It looks like yours came with the heated steering wheel. I'm still waiting, a year later, despite the fact that Chevy projected a 3rd quarter 2022 retrofit. I wish they had omitted the auto stop, and especially the cylinder deactivation feature (DFM), instead of the heated steering wheel.
I'm holding out for one of the 2024 Sierra HD Denali Ultimates...otherwise I would consider trading the Z71 for a Yukon Denali with SC.
There was another one on the lot that was also sold and it arrived on the same truck, but the wonder sticker said $50.00 Credit for 2 way lumbar vs 4 way.
The high country is the way to go, but I agre too much chrome. I was albe to black everything out in terms of emblems. Which was a much harder process on the Yukon.
I really don't like the grill. I'd like to change it for this one in the picture. Just don't know what version it is. Saw it in a parking lot.