February 8, 2022 at 1:36 pm #691178
Hi- does anyone know when GMC is going to switch production to the 2023 model year for the Sierra 1500? Thanks.
February 13, 2022 at 2:48 pm #692084
Sometime next year.
GM hasn’t even starting building the refreshed 2022 models.
February 15, 2022 at 7:55 am #692284
There was a link in a recent daily GMA summary saying the Siliao plant was due to start GMC 1500 Seirra’s ( crew cab anyway IIRC ) production Feb 21st. It had been Feb 7. There was a union vote going on earlier in Feb so that probably impacts. I have a 2022 Sierra 1500 SLT on order that I was just told the order had been accepted for production. Not holding my breath, may turn down the 2022 when it gets here and order a 2023, which my sales person says should be a late July cutover.
February 25, 2022 at 6:33 am #693767
The forum is not providing a way to open a new topic so let me slide in here with my question….. does anyone have up to date news on when GM will begin to retrofit all the vehicles they sold with an IOU of various features. My Sierra is absent heated seats and steering wheel as well as the front and rear parking assist all features I miss greatfully? So far they are using chips in new production but what about all the vehicles they sold with a promise?
March 2, 2022 at 5:42 am #694361
ibmikey2021, that is a very good question. I have a 2021 Sierra that is missing the Dynamic Fuel Management (wish it was auto stop/start). Knowing what GM’s retrofit plan is would be helpful, knowing specifics would be reassuring. I have a 2022 on order (2021 is still sitting in a collision center at my dealer waiting 36k in repairs… and I’m trading it in on the 2022). That 2022 is a Sierra 1500 SLT which according to stories here may not have heated seats/steering wheel enabled on delivery. My 2022 is in production this week.
Anyone have any live experience with the dealers retro fitting these delayed features?
March 2, 2022 at 10:20 pm #694551
Gemassie, Last report I read was your Sierra would have the seats and steering wheel as chips were available for new production. I really miss the front and rear parking assist which is also waiting fora chip to make it work.. Texas just had an extremely cold spell and although my truck is garaged the seats and wheel can remain cool for a time.
March 3, 2022 at 7:29 am #694576
ibmikey2021, thanks for the encouragement.
I just saw the 2022 ‘real deal’ Sierra 1500 configuration link was posted.
I went through and configured it like my order was configured and the tool says the front / rear park assist will be a retro fit Q4/2022. The ordering tool also says Dynamic Fuel Management will not be there nor heated steering wheel, both these last two have no specific retro fit is mentioned. If there is a not a definitive retro fit on these last two I’ll quite likely be turning down my 2022, and ordering a 2023.
My 2021 was t-boned pretty bad at 904 miles last fall and its been in the Hendrick Collision center in Richmond VA for 4 months.
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