QUOTE(RJB @ Sep 19 2007, 08:10 AM)
Yup, its a stand alone doublesided flyer almost. It is a great looking truck in person, we have a bunch of them around here at work that are in the waiting to be pep vehicles. I think GM should give me one to drive even though I'm not an executive, I 'll gladly do it I swear. I don't mind the badge placement, but I think the Z71 and the All-Terrain package should be seperate packages, not grouped together.BigPontiac
I believe the seats were two-tone leather from the flyer, but my memory is about 10 seconds long anyway...what did I just say?!
, I hope I didn't come off rude... I just wanted you to know that you can get this package on the SLE2 and SLT models and wanted to make sure others who read this topic knew that too (that you didn't have to get the top-of-the-line SLT in order to get this package)
. Thanks for taking the time to correct the heading RJB
, thanks for the update on the brochure. It sounds like it's a hero card - the type they pass out at auto shows. I will definitely give GM Marketing a call today to request these brochures ('08 Sierra, All-Terrain Sierra, and if it's still separate, the Sierra Denali).
Also, since you work at the plant and see these trucks in person, how do the wheels come off to you? That one picture GMC is showing doesn't give me much to work with, but I'm not liking what I see. I feel that the wheels should be more substantial since it's an off-road packaged truck. The star-shape looks too blingy and not rough enough, at least from the one pic shown. Please keep us updated when they start to ship; when I visited the website for info, it said this package would be available in September 2007. Now I just have to start visiting other larger GMC dealerships than my smaller, local one to see if they get one in I can check out.