- Jan 1, 2023
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- North Florida
Where did you see a price reduction? It said the base price on a ZR2 is lower because standard is a 3.0 now. The 6.2 will be an upcharge. The price they have listed for a 6.2 73,295 is more then what MSRP was on mine. Looking at that list a 24 ZR2 with a 6.2 and a tech package, plus destination will have a MSRP of 76,895. That's way more then what I paid for mine. Honestly at that price a Bison doesn't seem so bad. Tech package and a multiflex tailgate adds 2,300 to the standard ZR2 price. That puts a 6.2 ZR2 at 75,600 a Bison comes standard with those options and is listed at 78,390.The price reduction will impact our trade values
Based on the current diesel 1500 trucks (High Country, etc.), I would anticipate 22-25mpg.I’ve got a 2023 ZR2, and I’m gonna wait to see what kind of fuel rating improvements if any the 3.0L Duramax brings. I’m really glad Chevy did this just pissed off that they kept it a secret as I would have waited for it and gone straight in with the first order had I know back in June of last year when I placed my order.
Take a look at that video I posted in the other thread. Theres some pretty impressive mileage numbers, validated by comments. I think my neighbor and my buddy who has the F150 diesel say 27 mpg is a good average. They also say they are pretty peppy and tow well. Your not gonna see 6.2L kinda fun, but it'll be a damn good motor for other reasons.On average or on the highway?