i was at a chevy dealer yesterday for hybrid training and i ventured over to the trucks to take a peak on the inside. what a shame because the newer body style is growing on me a bit but that interior is horrible. my 05' frontier had better styling.
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Chevy has a long way to go to catch up to Ford, Dodge, and even our interiors. I think it was an article on trucktrend which was resting top of the line diesels from the big three. The GM product took first in the comparison, but paying that much for such a bland interior would be a dealbreaker for me when the others look so much better.
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2008 Toyota Tundra CrewMax 4x4 - Plasti-Dipped (door handles, wheels, bumpers, grille), Debadged, True-Dual Exhaust (Rear Cats Removed, No Mufflers, No Tips), Lots and lots of hail dents from being a Storm Chaser!
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I actually like it a little. Nothing crazy style wise, but you can tell its head and shoulders above the old one in build quality. It has the same retro theme as the Camaro. I'm sure they will do the same "work truck" and high end interior like the last gen, so this must be the work truck one. I bet we'll see some spy photos of an LTZ soon.
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