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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    The big truck vs small truck argument is so tired. You don't save much money or fuel going smaller, so just buy whatever you want.
    With this 2.7T going in the Colorado it could end up being noticeably more efficient than the Sierra. Provided it stays ~500lbs lighter and with a smaller frontal area. Iím tempted personally.

    https://news.pickuptrucks.com/2019/0...ize-truck.html

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    Yeah I have driven that engine yet, sounds interesting. What a time to be alive.

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    And the Canyon debut. I like the interior in this AT4 trim over the Z71 Chevy.

    https://youtu.be/fgPLD1pGbBg

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    I downsized to a ZR2 a couple years back, I was about to lease my 5th Duramax (been driving them since my 2003 2500HD, last one was a 2016), and haven't regretted it. Great little truck, and since we tow little these days, it's made no difference in capability/truck tasks. I really like that At4 in the above YT vid, I absolutely want to drive the new 4 cyl engine first though before considering it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman.45 View Post
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    I downsized to a ZR2 a couple years back, I was about to lease my 5th Duramax (been driving them since my 2003 2500HD, last one was a 2016), and haven't regretted it. Great little truck, and since we tow little these days, it's made no difference in capability/truck tasks. I really like that At4 in the above YT vid, I absolutely want to drive the new 4 cyl engine first though before considering it.
    You really should get a half ton, because it can tow a lot more.

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    Damn at AT4 looks awesome!

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    "Under the hood, the 2023 GMC Canyon is equipped as standard with the turbocharged 2.7L I4 L3B gasoline engine. Although the L3B is available in multiple states of tune in the recently released, redesigned 2023 Chevy Colorado, the 2023 GMC Canyon is only available with the top 2.7L Turbo Plus tune, rated at 310 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque."

    https://gmauthority.com/blog/2022/08...23-gmc-canyon/

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    Looks like the midsize segment is going to be a battle very soon.
    Interesting that the Canyon has a standard lift + the high end tune only.
    Was a little surprised that GM didn't bring Super Cruise and the Multipro tailgate for the Canyon, but I'm guessing they'll save that for updates later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    You really should get a half ton, because it can tow a lot more.
    If I was towing, absolutely, but the only thing I tow now is a 14' or so Big Tex trailer with a 1715 small size Massey tractor/modules, and some snow machines and that sort of thing, and pretty rarely, I haven't had the trailer on 3 times in 2022, and just to move the tractor from my father's city home to our farm land nearby. The ZR2 handles that easy peasy, but again, if it was more than a 5 minute drive that I need to tow, I'd get a 1/2 ton or another Duramax. I just don't need one anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman.45 View Post
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    If I was towing, absolutely, but the only thing I tow now is a 14' or so Big Tex trailer with a 1715 small size Massey tractor/modules, and some snow machines and that sort of thing, and pretty rarely, I haven't had the trailer on 3 times in 2022, and just to move the tractor from my father's city home to our farm land nearby. The ZR2 handles that easy peasy, but again, if it was more than a 5 minute drive that I need to tow, I'd get a 1/2 ton or another Duramax. I just don't need one anymore.
    I was just joking about full size truck people saying you should just buy a full size truck because it can do more, not because you need more.

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    Whatís even funnier is the number of half ton owners who bought trucks too small for the loads / trailers they haul.
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    guessing who I might be, psychologizing me with your non existent degree.

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    Nice truck, interior is worlds better, and that's a killer engine. Trail boss version sounds like the value pick.

    I assume the taco/4runner will get a 2.4T, Ranger has the 2.3T. Frontier, just got updated, now completely irrelevant again, fckn Nissan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    What’s even funnier is the number of half ton owners who bought trucks too small for the loads / trailers they haul.
    you shut your whore mouth when you are talking to me.

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