- May 28, 2002
- Floresville, TX
Don't candy coat it, 'Vader. Tell us what you really think!lordvader said:The cladding for the AV is the most intense design attribute that has come from GM. ?It makes the AV what it is, the Ultimate Urban Assault Vehicle. ?Without it, ? ?I hate the look, makes me sick. ?GM should rethink the option for claddless AVs. ?If not, the truck should be called the 2003 AvaWhatInTheHellWasChevyThinking. ?
It's not even a true Silverado, since the box isn't separate from the cab; this rig has an identity crisis!gandolphxx said:That "thing" is just a Silverado Extended Cab Shortbed with a midgate - not a true AVALANCHE!
Yeah, your right, still the Sub frame and unibody box - guess I just got grossed out and over reacted - still not that convinced, guess I am as bad as the 'Rado guys calling us B--- Ugly - sighSteelheadchaser said:It's not even a true Silverado, since the box isn't separate from the cab; this rig has an identity crisis!
Those weren't the accessories I was thinking about but good pointChief said:When it comes to accessories like bumper mounted winches, front receivers, etc. etc. etc. odds are the regular plain Jane Silverado components will slap right on to a claddingless Avalanche - that won't be the case for the units with cladding as we painfully know.
wrchism said:seems that all GM Silverados, Sub's, Tahoe's, and this new "naked Av" now share the same front end. ?
The Subs and Tahoes aren't getting the new front clip yet. They always seem to lag 1 -1 1/2 years behind that trucks in major styling changes.