I was trying to figure that out my self … all I can say is me and my cousin placed our reserves at the exact same time mines at a big dealer ship here in houston his at a much smaller dealer in forth worth he’s getting his in 6-10 weeks I got hit with summer so I’m not sureSad Panda. Drew the fall 2022 straw
what I wonder is if my choice of dealer impacted line in place. This would really annoy me if so. I did go with one of the smaller dealers around me and sit here wondering if they made the electric commitments GMC wants. Oh well, like many gives a chance to take a deep breath and see how the early ships play out on several fronts.
There are not going to be very many built before Q3 2022, Batteries are currently being built by hand at Brownsfield, until Lordstown comes online you will not see much from Ultium, Remember they are also building the first 1500 for Lyriq too...I was trying to figure that out my self … all I can say is me and my cousin placed our reserves at the exact same time mines at a big dealer ship here in houston his at a much smaller dealer in forth worth he’s getting his in 6-10 weeks I got hit with summer so I’m not sure
NOPE ~ Switch Dealers. I would review the BBB complaints and feedback from others, as that would probably be a good indicator.....
Switch dealers. There is something to be said about that dealer's integrity trying to make a quick buck while they can vs taking care of you now and continuing to earn your business in service or future sales.
Get a higher trimmed truck. Sierra AT4 or Denali. Those are incredibly hard to come by right now and are pulling premiums in the used market. Find one with the cameras and tech packages. From what I know this will still be highly sought after in a year, gives you 4WD, and rides amazing.Now that I’m waiting another year for delivery (I’m fall ‘22), what do you suggest I drive for the next year to pass the time? I sold my M5, not a great winter car in Colorado. I’m currently in a wrangler rubicon and I can’t freaking stand it… great vehicle for its purpose but jeeeeze does it shake, rattle and roll. And mentally I’ve already gotten rid of it for the Hummer (that is now 12 months away)
What car will hold it’s value for the next 12 months, 4wd, and drives better than a lifted jeep? Used Raptor? Boring 4Runner?