With several dash-worthy adjectives supporting it, the 2023 Sierra in its AT4X package is a good regular-use off-road machine. The package adds a little lift, better off-pavement tires, tow hooks, and a few other things to improve the four-by-four nature of the truck. Aaron gives the skinny.
For most of its history, the Cadillac marque had been a luxury brand without any kind of sports car or competition heritage. Known mostly for its posh designs and as the most well-regarded Detroit luxury brand, Cadillac was becoming associated with older buyers. Read about it at CarNewsCafe.com.
The 2022 model year Chevrolet Silverado 1500 comes in two off-road-centric options, the Trail Boss package edition and the ZR2 trim level. There is a large price difference between the two and the capabilities change, and we think one is better than the other. Read the comparison at NewAtlas.com.
In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado in its two off-road trims. Comparing the Trailboss to the ZR2, both for capability and price tag, there is a clear winner. Which do you think it is?
In this interview-style review, Aaron talks to Kristin about her experience, impressions, and thoughts on the new off-road-centric Silverado ZR2. This new Silverado model has all of the off-pavement goodies that make others on the market popular, but at a lower price with a more “realistic” packaging. After a week with the truck, Kristin has a lot of things to say about what she thinks about it. Watch to find out more.