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2015 and up Canyon / Colorado (Non-Powertrain) Discussion of '15 and up Topics Not related to the Powertrain, interior, suspensions, body,wheels, tires, ect.

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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 12-02-2015, 01:26 PM
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41k for loaded isn't all that bad. A guy I work with is looking for a new truck so I went with him to look at Rams because I wanted to see one up close. . He test drove a longhorn 3500 with cloth seats. I about [email protected]%t when saw the $610000 sticker piece. 61k for a truck with cloth seats. You can get a Denali for that.
Ok, it's either a Longhorn or has cloth seats, which is it? I'll assume it was leather because that's all that's available with the Longhorn, and the $61k price would indicate a Longhorn.

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Ok, it's either a Longhorn or has cloth seats, which is it? I'll assume it was leather because that's all that's available with the Longhorn, and the $61k price would indicate a Longhorn.
Whatever trim it was, it was a 61k 1 ton truck with cloth seats. Which I thought as a lot.


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Not paying 41k for a small truck....that's just crazy imo.....But I don't like small vehicles....if I weren't 6'4" then it may be a different story lol

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Not paying 41k for a small truck....
I agree its a lot but all trucks are expensive. At least the Colorado/Canyon have the Duramax. I had a quick look on Autotrader and there are Tacoma's for 43K.

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I dont think 41k is that steep for the truck you are getting. It beats putting the miles on my 2500 or my Corolla. Right now it fits in a very unique spot in the market. I'd love to see GMC/Chevy shove this new Duramax in some of there small SUV's/Crossovers.
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I'm in south Texas so that's the price in pesos.
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"Premium Cloth" on that Dodge.....with a leather wrapped steering wheel


What the hell is premium cloth?
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its a lonestar dodge, premium cloth is a nicer material then the plastic, in the work trucks the longhorn is a exceptionally nice truck
in other news i would say the 35 price point for a topped out mini truck would be the ideal price. they have to be less then a 1500 to sell well in my opinion

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