March 2, 2023 at 12:57 pm #749637
With the other order thread now closed, I wanted to keep the ability for everyone to compare their timelines.
I’ll go first:
My build – 2023 AT4, 6.2l, standard Box, loaded except sunroof
End of October – Order placed (I asked for May delivery to get more money together to put down)
November – Order accepted
Feb 23 – Told my truck would be built week of March 13.
March 8, 2023 at 10:06 am #750517
March 9, 2023 at 7:37 am #750714
I agree with Ninja_Johonny, we need to keep this topic in the forefront. This is very important to buyers of GM trucks because they cannot seem to deliver what is a normal business function. Please don’t slam me for this post or tell me to buy another truck. Her is my pain in the but with GM.
Placed order for 2023 1500 Danali Ultimate on Nov 2nd, 2022, to be built Feb 13th. Great. Build date moved to mid-March and got move again to mid-April, Dealer tells me date got moved to be built again to May 15th, 2023, and should be delivered middle of June. I see tons of 2023 1500s. on the lots in lower trims and wondering why it takes 6 months supposedly to get a higher trim truck built? Maybe Management at GM needs to look at how this company could be more efficient at producing trucks. we have all heard the BS of supply shortages and as consumers and company owners we have all worked through all that and a giant like GM cannot get it done? The consumers want to buy your products, as a public company the shareholders expect management to do their jobs. The parts dilemma is just as ridicules as the production side of GM. You know you have an injector problem, just take care of the problem and your customers. Thanks for listening and keep this portion of the Forum going, maybe Management should read some of these and see how great of a job they are doing running this company.
March 10, 2023 at 5:46 am #750944
Can Anyone say when the 2024 Refresh Sierra HD Denali Ultimate may begin to ship to dealers? It shows that they’re in production. Ive had a 3500 on order forever… like many I’m sure.
March 21, 2023 at 8:05 am #752564
Drove by a GMC dealer this morning on March 21st, in Peoria Az and they had 3 2023 2500 trucks on the lot for sale. You can’t find a 2023 1500 Danali anywhere and GM is pausing production for 2 weeks in March to balance inventory. What is going on, are we trying to spike interest in these units or are they looking to raise the price along with the dealer upcharge due to availability. We are 3 months into the first quarter of the year, and you can’t buy a 2023 Danali Ultimate for 6 months from the time you placed an order in November of 2022. Can someone on this site or someone from GM gives some InSite on what the long-term plan is to get customers what they want to buy. This company cannot get their act together, I’m ready to go to a different car company after 40 years of being a customer.
GM has its customers right where they want them…..
March 21, 2023 at 8:55 am #752571
Now the dealer tells me build date on Danail Ultimate 1500 mid-May, ordered Nov 2nd, 2022, may get delivery mid-June. Well, that will make 7 months from order date to delivery date. Most folks can make a BABY faster than that. Can’t get vin or any other information than that from the dealer in Peoria Az. GM really.
March 28, 2023 at 12:12 pm #753757
2023 GMC denali with super cruise
order accepted by GM 11/23/22
Built and bayed 1/24
shipped with 2/2 delivery date from indiana
pushed out to 2/11
pushed out to 2/28
pushed to 3/8
on 3/10 status is shipped but delayed..
still delayed as of 3/28.
hopefully with fort wayne plant shut down this week the truck will ship..
March 29, 2023 at 3:47 pm #754046
My truck was delivered today.
Pick it up on Tuesday.
See first post for my original timeline.
March 30, 2023 at 6:33 am #754110
2023 Silverado 1500 LTZ
Put order : 1/30/23
Accepted: 2/10/23 (Code 2000)
TPW 3/20: 2/15/23 (Code 3000)
TPW 3/13: 2/16/23 (Code 3050)
Produced: 3/16/23 (Code 3800)
Bed liner completed and move back to plant bay : 3/27/23 (Code 4300)
Bayed: 3/28/23 (Code 4B00)
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