Sunday, May 05, 2013

Top of the line 2014 Chevy Silverado High Country



Apparently, this will be around $45 000. The GMC Sierra Denali clone costs a bit over $47 000.

It comes with a 5.2 Liter V8 with 355HP. Good for 23MPG on the freeway.

You get Special brown leather seats, Bose speakers and more chrome!
What you also get is the 1950's column shifter. Something that should have been retired decades ago, and has no place in a "Luxury truck".

And the cheap 80's looking dash. Even now it looks like it's covered in stitched leather-like material.
(Just like a $25 000 Malibu)

Looks like this will be a big profit machine for GM....

11 comments:

Leland said...

Huge step back in the interior from the GMT900, AKA the current truck.

Anonymous said...

What a wasted effort. The Sierra is the luxury version here...not this metal mouth.

Dav said...

Not Impressed... Dodge and Ford make this look old before it even hits the showroom.

Les said...

Hard to believe that some people think that a $20,000 pickup becomes a $45,000 pickup if you add a $200 tablet display and the leather from a $1,000 living room set.

Anonymous said...

With all the chunky and random blocks, the interior looks like a children's playroom.

Anonymous said...

That may be the ugliest dash I've ever seen...

6-speed said...

So right Les!

Anonymous said...

This is a nice truck. The center console is a bit Fischer Price looking but over all a good build.

Anonymous said...

The profit margin must be $20K for one of these. Ever wonder why truck driving tradesman always try and rip you off?

Anonymous said...

This looks cheap and silly next to a King Ranch or RAM Longhorn. When will GM buy their stock back from the Federal Government and start making their own decisions again?!!!

Anonymous said...

That crooked-looking "High Country" logo in the headrest is the tackiest thing going.