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The side profile is growing on me. The front end still makes me cringe.
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I was thinking that you guys with the reclining back seats were the ones with the purse and makeup collections! LOL

I put toolboxes and tool buckets etc in my folded up seat rear floor area everyday. Yes I have a toolbox in the bed, but its full. My only option would be to cover the seats and put stuff on top of them risking damage from heavy and sharp items. Id much rather have the floorspace to help me stow away tools while I run into the parts supply or home depot etc.

BTW, do that many people really recline in their CM backseats??? I use my truck daily for work and on the weekends for roadtrips and fun. But I've never, ever sat in my own backseat. I'm to busy in my seat - the drivers seat!
I put all my stuff that stays in the truck behind the rear seats.
And yes, people do recline the rear seats. You recline your front seat, don't you? I've sat in the back seat of the DC on a few occasions for short 30-40 mile trips. It's not very comfortable at all. A padded church pew is a little more comfortable to sit in.


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Jesus that front end is ugly . Might be ok "if" 100% blacked out, so you cant see the damn thing.


I prefer the older model here

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I would have to see it in person. The interior looks cool. I do wonder though if I can get a really great deal on a 2012 or 2013.

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Sooo... A facelift... No new motors, no new transmissions/drivetrains, no diesels, still have the too-short bed behind the CM, and not-as-comfy seats in the CM versus the DC.

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I'm starting to kinda like the changes. They're growing on me now, and I cant wait to see an all white limited DC in person! And an all black crewmax with a huge lift kit, and murdered out color scheme!
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I don't know... A little too angular, and the headlights aren't doing it for me.

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The reclining rear seats was one of the selling points for me for the comfort factor.

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I put all my stuff that stays in the truck behind the rear seats.
And yes, people do recline the rear seats. You recline your front seat, don't you? I've sat in the back seat of the DC on a few occasions for short 30-40 mile trips. It's not very comfortable at all. A padded church pew is a little more comfortable to sit in.
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The silver one looks good but the black one reminds me of a ridgeline.

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