Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

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    Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Check back tomorrow for all the details of GM's next-generation SUVs.
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    September 11, 2013
    By: Nick Saporito

    Through Facebook and other avenues, General Motors has already confirmed that tomorrow they will be revealing at least some of their 2015 full-size SUVs. As part of that reveal, GMI will have complete coverage of multiple reveals. In fact, we should have some of the best, most complete coverage of the new SUVs out there.

    Coverage will begin tomorrow at 12:00 PM EDT. GMI has already prepared several articles and photos that will launch right at noon, so be sure to check back then.

    Following the initial announcement, GMI will also be in attendance for two of tomorrow's three reveals. Alex will be at the New York City reveal and Nick will be at the Dallas reveal. Combined, they expect to have plenty of live shots for everyone. The live shots should be up by tomorrow evening - pending cooperative Internet connections and less-hectic travel schedules.
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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Eastern standard time or Eastern Daylight Time?

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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Show-Me View Post
    Eastern standard time or Eastern Daylight Time?
    Whatever we're on now. Standard, isn't it?

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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Can't wait to see them! Wonder if they changed anything with storing the third row seats? With they still be pull out, like they are today, or will they be more fold flat or stow and go?

    The heavy removable seats are my biggest gripe with our 08 Tahoe.

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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Daylight Saving Time until sometime in October I believe. It's still summer until the 22nd.
    Edit: DST ends November 3, 2013 at 2 am.

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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Eastern daylight saving time until sometime around November.

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    This is why daylight savings time needs to be eliminated.

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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    All of this reminds me of song lyrics: "Does anybody know what time it is? Does anybody really care?" On an aside I'll be tuned in and anxiously waiting and watching. I just came back to the story, It specifically states TOMORROW AT 12:00 PM EDT. plain and simple enough.
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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Quote Originally Posted by All Star View Post
    This is why daylight savings time needs to be eliminated.
    You do realize the sun would then be rising in NJ around 4:25am? (and setting about 8:30pm) - Are you sure that is what you want?

    Quote Originally Posted by zeobandit View Post
    Can't wait to see them! Wonder if they changed anything with storing the third row seats? With they still be pull out, like they are today, or will they be more fold flat or stow and go?

    The heavy removable seats are my biggest gripe with our 08 Tahoe.
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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Kryst, I thought this thread was about the new SUV'S!
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    Re: Coverage Notice: 2015 GM Full-Size SUVs

    Remember Kids: Solid rear axle and fold flat seats are not mutually exclusive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed753 View Post
    You do realize the sun would then be rising in NJ around 4:25am? (and setting about 8:30pm) - Are you sure that is what you want?
    Make DST permanent then, but I digress. What was this thread about again? Something about SUVs?

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    EDT is correct. Standard time is in the fall and winter.

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    I wouldn't count on them changing the seat to fold flats. They would have to change the rear suspension to create room for the seats to fold down. They seem to like the current suspension system as I hear they have retained and refined it in the new pickups. If I remember correctly, they would be switching from leaf springs to coil overs and haven't been able to get the same ride quality and handling out of the coil overs.

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