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2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Z71 LT Crew Long-Term Road Test

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edited September 2014 in Chevrolet

image2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Z71 LT Crew Long-Term Road Test

Not everyone has the luxury of two vehicles so if you need a truck for work duty and everyday driving, the 2014 Silverado has the ride quality to accommodate both.

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    eclogiteeclogite Member Posts: 48
    "Impractical." I had to define that word for my 9 year old Saturday night when we passed a really nice, new Silverado on the highway. I told my kids that I thought that truck was really nice, but would be totally impractical for our family to own.

    I really would like to own one, but it really is completely impractical.
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    tlangnesstlangness Member Posts: 123
    I'd say practicality is extremely subjective @eclogite. If you need a work truck for daily business use, but taking the kids to school or having a comfy weekend car as well, this is extremely practical.
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    kevm14kevm14 Member Posts: 423
    What does "practical" even mean?? Does everything have to be a hatchback and get 40mpg to be practical? How is a $55k 528i practical? Or any other vehicle that we slap the "luxury" badge on and nod in understanding?

    Simple: if you can't afford it, don't buy it. And if you slog around in LA stop and go, it's probably not a good daily driver, but that's pretty obvious, no?
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    kevm14kevm14 Member Posts: 423
    What does "practical" even mean?? Does everything have to be a hatchback and get 40mpg to be practical? How is a $55k 528i practical? Or any other vehicle that we slap the "luxury" badge on and nod in understanding?

    Simple: if you can't afford it, don't buy it. And if you slog around in LA stop and go, it's probably not a good daily driver, but that's pretty obvious, no?
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