Backing up a 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD.
It’s a 6.6L V8 Turbo diesel, outputting 397-horsepower and wait for it… 765 lb-ft of torque come ON.
Blog posts about the truck are here.
Full review on Autonet.ca
The 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500 & the GMC Sierra Denali 3500
Read in on Autonet.ca
Both badges are powered by a Duramax 6.6L V8 Turbo diesel, outputting 397-horsepower and wait of it… 765 lb-ft of torque COME on.
Assume the position: trucker stance.
The hood and I are the same height.
Returned home tonight from AZ with GM.
Definitely not in Canada anymore.
You can open carry a gun in Arizona. Walk around with a 9mm on your hip if you like, old ladies do.
I was there to test their new 2015 Heavy Duty pickup trucks, both the GMC Sierra, and Chevy’s Silverado. This is the latter.
Beautiful hotel; GM hosts class events.
Yesterday we drove up up up to 5,000 feet elevation, where I was shocked to see snow, in Arizona?!
Easy to drive though. Not long in, and I was zooming around tight corners, maneouvering all veteran-esque.
Made a video.
Ate dinner outside, twice.
I learned so much about trucks. Their engines, transmissions (Allison!), who buys them and why. Really, it’s a whole new segment of the auto industry I’d not yet been exposed to. And I liked it, do work son!
My review is due tomorrow actually, it’s a new system at the paper now (used to have a week). So gotta run, because also due is next week’s column, “About Car Camouflage”.
Oh and clearly, I can access KeriBlog.com again. When that happened last night, woah, top 3 worst feelings ever.
New moon tonight, and Chinese New Year tomorrow. Here’s a post about how to prepare for that. It’s an old post, but the instructions remain the same.