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Comparing my KR to my neighbors new HighCountry

 
Old 05-26-2019, 09:38 PM
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Ok both 18s... fit and finish outside seem equal,,,inside 100 percent the KR wins no contest!
The HC seems cheesy and plastic plain Jane interior...
Seat comfort 100 percent goes to KR,,, the HC seating is stiff and uncomfortable and NO massaging seats.
Ride quality again KR,, hands down the vibration in the HC feels like rumble strips,,
The KR tranny is much smoother shifting too, it seems like the KR shifts are better “timed” or something...
They are priced about the same but for me the KR is the better choice
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I would hope you like your truck better than your neighbor's. LOL
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And, your KR has round wheel wells for the round wheels and tires!
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And, your KR has round wheel wells for the round wheels and tires!
yea gm finally smartened up in 2019
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I would hope you like your truck better than your neighbor's. LOL
well I would hope so too , but I’m being honest
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yea gm finally smartened up in 2019
Not really:
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Not really:

Yeah I don't know what GMC was thinking with their not quite sure wheel well shape. This is one thing I like better about the new Silverado.


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Yeah I don't know what GMC was thinking with their not quite sure wheel well shape. This is one thing I like better about the new Silverado.
They were thinking " Lets make some stupid looking half round, half square wheelwells like Toyota did."
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I rode up behind one, to me the tail gate looked tall and the roof looked chopped it just looked out of proportion small back window and flat roof looked like no head room.
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Funny looking wheel wells/fender openings add 3.74 mph and mpg to the epa ratings.
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