|09-04-2006 02:35 PM|
|08-29-2006 03:31 PM|
it looks like kinda stupid. i definetly agree there trying to do the dodge look
is it just me or is the driver on the wrong side of the truck? http://s50.photobucket.com/albums/f3...gAnch=imgAnch3 maybe their trying to get the mail man look too
|08-29-2006 02:32 PM|
Looks like the inmates are still in charge of Chevy's design group . Guess I'll have to wait another year for a new pickup.
|08-29-2006 02:13 PM|
|78novaman||They seem to be following Dodge's styling with the stupid big nose and wwaaayyy up in the air bed and tailgate. You're gunna need a stepladder to put anything in the back.|
|08-29-2006 01:59 PM|
What they did to the front end grill/headlights of the previous year (or years?) turned me off enough to get an 06' F250 PS instead. Yes, functionality is important, and grillwork was not my main deciding factor - I like the F250's Tow Command, built-in brake controller and camper mirrors too.
If Chevy can implement a good towing package in their p/u, I'll trade in the F250 and get one!
|08-29-2006 01:12 PM|
|Camarofiend73||That picture gave me a headache|
|08-29-2006 10:47 AM|
I'm not impressed with the styling in front, but at least it's not butt ugly like the previous few years. The back, business end is ok, but it's a pickup, and has a functional purpose. To most men, it's function over form as the preference ....with exceptions.
In the pictures in your link, I noticed the unusual fender extension for the rear wheel well that kind of makes a compromise between the two bed styles?
I'd prefer the truck's stance to be a bit lower myself as I'm not an off-roader and I'd use the truck mostly for hauling and towing. I realize that bigger wheels and higher stance is the going trend ...whoopee!
|08-29-2006 07:40 AM|
|hemi43||That truck was unveiled a couple of weeks ago, and production is starting in mid September. Dan|
|08-28-2006 11:21 PM|
SPY(ish) PICS! 2007? Chevrolet Silverado 1500
I helped my twin brother move into his apartment near his college (Michigan State University) in East Lansing, and on the way home I was lucky to have my camera handy as I saw this
Don't worry... not all the pics are fuzzy like this. I need to note taking pictures at 65-70mph isn't easy, or safe.