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Old 01-07-2022, 11:57 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by SCRAPPYDO View Post
I think the avalanche is the perfect platform for the EV. I personally LOVED the Avalanche smooth body construction. I would never buy a GM anything, but if I was going to get an E-truck, my heart still belongs to Rivian. Just hope the prices come down a tad.
Same, don't think I could buy anything GM.

Rivian is nice. Just picked up a small position in them with this downturn. Long term play.
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Old 01-07-2022, 01:45 PM   #27
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At this point an e-truck is a statement - surprised the cybertruck hasn't hit the showrooms yet. People buying them are the same people who bought an Avalanche and why the crew-cab pickup is now the best seller. Probably why it looks to be riding on 24's with 20 series sidewalls, that will never find its way to a job site.

Ford is hitting the market for e-work truck where GM is riding out the gas/diesel trend with a much lower price point. When trucks (remember, different requirements for different weight categories) are forced to go electric, a body/frame GM truck will come out.
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