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the taco’s face is inoffensive compared to the garish trash that’s lurching out of gmc’s factories and into third place sales

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They're either both 'inoffensive', or both 'garish trash', because they're in fact quite similar ~ 

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…other than the fact that one doesn't have a 'rots in half' history.

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who is objectively, sanely, rationally, lucidly thinking that this is somehow better?

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I see no resemblance between the Tacoma front end and GMC's overwrought bling.

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31 minutes ago, FAPTurbo said:

who is objectively, sanely, rationally, lucidly thinking that this is somehow better?

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You think the Tacoma is in the same segment as the Sierra??

2 minutes ago, Robert Hall said:

I see no resemblance between the Tacoma front end and GMC's overwrought bling.

What ‘bling’? They both have 3-element horizontal grilles, w a large centered emblem, banded with chrome. Both have body-colored bumpers w round fog lights & a black chin spoiler. Both have 6-spoke, 6-lug alloys. Both have wrap-around flashy headlight clusters & flared fenders. 

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45 minutes ago, balthazar said:

You think the Tacoma is in the same segment as the Sierra??

What ‘bling’? They both have 3-element horizontal grilles, w a large centered emblem, banded with chrome. Both have body-colored bumpers w round fog lights & a black chin spoiler. Both have 6-spoke, 6-lug alloys. Both have wrap-around flashy headlight clusters & flared fenders. 

GMC has more chrome and their grilles are far larger and blockier than the Tacoma’s.    No resemblance in the shape or detail of the grille or lighting clusters either.  

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Yes- they’re not literally copies of each other. Kinda of a given.

Besides, the Canyon has just what you advocated for with the ‘19 Sierra- no ‘fangs’ / the rectangular grille of recent earlier versions. I have no issue with it, and it’s actually more distinctive vs the ‘coma- there’s about 50 cars/trucks running the 6-sided trapezoid grille recently.

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20 hours ago, FAPTurbo said:

who is objectively, sanely, rationally, lucidly thinking that this is somehow better?

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I think the new GMC is the best looking half ton. They look great, The Silverado on the other hand though... the ugliest.. 

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Canyon is mid-line in looks for me- no issues but no lust. Part of that is the small size. It's better than the 'coma (which looks dated to me).
I don't know what it is about the Silverado- I still really like the nose. It still may be the cues borrowed off the B-59... ;)
And it's certainly not automatic for me - the current Canyon ranks higher than the Silverado I've been driving for years in the looks department. Sierra is pretty awesome, either the new one above or the 'classic' ~

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I love the Monochromatic look of he GMC trucks

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I don't think the Tacoma is that bad.  The GM mid-sizers are starting to look dated.

And I just can't with all that chrome on most of the GM big-trucks.  

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39 minutes ago, Drew Dowdell said:

And I just can't with all that chrome on most of the GM big-trucks. 

So. Much. YES. 

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50 minutes ago, Drew Dowdell said:

I don't think the Tacoma is that bad.  The GM mid-sizers are starting to look dated.

And I just can't with all that chrome on most of the GM big-trucks.  

Black Edition of the GMC with Black Chrome is good looking, but yes, the Baby Boomer Chrome everything is over kill.

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Chromliness is next to Truckiness.
Seriously, ya- the 'classic' GMC above could tone it down 25-35%. Paint the bumper insert & the hood scoop trim. Could thin the grille surround a bit too.

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