- May 17, 2022
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- Birmingham, AL
That is crazy!I have an update on this situation. The new national constraint report from GM does list the 6.2L at 0% availability for the remainder of the 2022 model year. That means that ZR2 is also going to be at 0%. If you have an order at 1100, you're likely not going to get your order filled for 2022. I would try to find one that's already built and in transit. You could try to find one that's ordered but there's no guarantee that ordered stock units will be built at this point.
So, it appears that GMA got this one right, which is definitely a surprise given their history.
When do I get my Limited Edition badge?I did get confirmation from my rep today that are no more 6.2 or ZR2 allocations for the rest of the 2022 model year. 2023 ordering starts 7/21 so hopefully it will be back then. Production for 2023 doesn't start until 8/29.
Did you get confirmation on whether sold orders would be filled?I did get confirmation from my rep today that are no more 6.2 or ZR2 allocations for the rest of the 2022 model year. 2023 ordering starts 7/21 so hopefully it will be back then. Production for 2023 doesn't start until 8/29.
Based on a line from an email that was shared with me. If it wasn't rolling down the assembly line already, it's not getting built. But that's just my interpretation.Did you get confirmation on whether sold orders would be filled?
I couldn’t imagine a 5.3 in the “ pinnacle “ truck. I had a 5.3 for 13 years and I would never go back to that engine. Especially from driving one truck with 5.3 and 33’s to another with a 6.2.I’m surprised the aren’t offering the 5.3 in its place. The trucks aren’t different enough to make that an issue.
As someone who used to work for a tier 1 supplier, you sometimes can't plan around suppliers of the suppliers. Everyone has a supply chain and sometimes reliable sources get messed up.How is this even possible? They can’t get all the parts they need? You would think that GM had this planned out better