2011 Chevrolet Silverado HD: Big Bowtie Finally Out-Guns Ford's Super Duty

Chevy's been getting its ass kicked by Ford's Super Duty pickups. Now the 2011 Chevy Silverado Heavy Duty finally boxes the frame, adds triple rate springs and
offers a stupefying 20,000lb towing capacity thanks to the new Duramax diesel. When a company does a mid-cycle refresh, they have basically three bins to throw money into: Powertrain, chassis/ frame, and body/interior. Throwing money at all three would mean an all-new product, but two of three or one out of three is usually considered a r... Read More: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/jalopnik/full/~3/TXH7WmpxUV8/2011-chevrolet-silverado-hd-big-bowtie-finally-out+guns-fords-super-duty
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Chevy Silverado Heavy Duty finally boxes the frame, adds triple rate springs and offers a stupefying 20,000lb towing capacity thanks to the new Duramax diesel. When a company does a mid-cycle refresh, they have basically three bins to throw money into: Powertrain, chassis/ frame, and body/interior. Throwing money at all three would mean an all-new product, but two of three or one out of three is usually considered a r...

Now if ford could just keep its diesels running. every one i've seen has been down for up to a week at a time waiting for warranty parts.
Ford needs to partner with Detroit Diesel to make them an engine. I suppose cummins is out as Dodge is already using them... ?
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