This, because consumers hate having more options.Let's hope never.
It is likely that. A 5.3 would weigh barely more than a 3.6, with the weight being higher due to dohc heads, while the 5.3 is far. More compact and perhaps 50-75 pounds more. For the performance improvement and slight increase in weight, give me the V8 every time!!!Will it be worth it? You're looking at a significant weight gain to get 50 or so more HP. Yes, the truck would feel quicker with the added torque but the 3.6 isn't lacking in power and is fairly well matched to the size of the Colorado.
That's EXACTLY what I was thinking.I'm hoping to see a 5.3 Denali. I'll settle for a 2.8td Denali though.
You've got the only diesel engine in the class on its way along with a pair of very good gasoline engines. After driving the 3.6L in a Canyon recently, it was plainly obvious that there's no point in offering the 5.3L boat anchor with that piss poor AFM technology with an astounding level of suckage that I know too well.This, because consumers hate having more options.