Why GM only offers the qudrasteer 1500 as a Denali
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If it is successful expect to see it filter down to all full size truck models in coming years.
Who needs it? Probably anyone who needs to use a big truck in tight spaces, such as urban areas. If that is the case, it will probably sell well when you can get the 4-wheel steering without all of the other stuff that some people may not want, such as leather.
Yes, and you still have idiot large truck owners doing equally stupid things with their trucks.
ak-Yes, the quadrasteer chevy will never catch on. At least in the Prelude (some 10 or so years ago now) it was reliable-I don't see how the chevy version is any different/innovative/better than the Honda version of 10 YEARS AGO!!!
The problem with Honda (and other small sporty cars 4 wheel steering) is they handle so good with 2 wheel steering. The added capabilities will only be noticed when car is driven close to its limit. Something only a small % of drivers will ever do. With 4WS on a full size - crew cab long bed - everyone driving it will see a big improvement in handling.
Not that this means everything - but the car rags that have tested quadrasteer have all raved about how nice it is. I think I will wait until after I drive one with 4ws before I make up my mind. What a concept - actually have some real life experience with something before forming an opinion on it!
Would I pay an extra $10,000? Hell no - do you think I'm nuts. By the time 4ws shows up as an option it will cost much less. Would I pay $1,000? Maybe - but $500 seems like a fair price to me.
1500 CC with the quadrasteer