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May 25, 2022 at 7:18 am #707439
I have a GMC AT4 order back in April and got a build date of June 27th. I was wondering what the timeframe from build date to completion was based on peoples previous experience. How long do they usually take to build from build date and then from completion to delivery?
May 28, 2022 at 6:40 pm #707984
I ordered one quite a while ago that was built in the US last week, it’s sitting in a yard in Michigan I think waiting on a train.
My Dealer (also my employer, the Group) has no real idea when it will get shipped, but they got their first two AT4X this week.
May 29, 2022 at 10:02 am #707996
We had a build date of March 14th and it was built that same week. We have been waiting since then for it to be delivered. The dealership keeps blaming the contracted “shipper” for delays. Good luck!
June 2, 2022 at 11:13 am #708649
I have a Canyon at4 built since March 12, it is June 2, my truck has been waiting for transport since then in St-Louis, the delivery date has been postponed 5 times since then, good luck to you.
June 4, 2022 at 7:53 pm #708921
My understanding shippers have contracts for the amount of vehicles to deliver per week. Anything over that amount gets put in a overflow lot. If next week the same thing happens the overflow lot grows. They may not use first in first out. GM will need to negotiate more volume them the shipper will need to buy more trucks and hire more drivers. This is a unique time as under normal circumstances the amount of vehicles can be predicted but now they have more coming into the system which adds to delays due to all the vehicles that were built without parts etc. Its taxing the system that was designed for normal production and transportation. They only have so many truck/railcars for moving vehicles and limited employees for the jobs. A friend works for a major big block retailer. They are paying signing bonus to current drivers who recommend someone to fill a job as well as the new drivers. Starting pay $97,500 annually and the can’t fill the jobs.
June 30, 2022 at 1:22 pm #712821
Mine was built in mid-may and I got the truck last Friday. No rail locomotives, too many hauling oil
The truck is spectacular, AT4 titanium rush, premium and tech packages.
July 6, 2022 at 9:38 pm #713586
I got my 2022 AT4 in late January, off the assembly line, and it is broke down indefinitely because the fuel injectors are bad. If you start reading on the Denali‘s and AT4’s, you will see that they’ all come with bad fuel injectors and there are several brand new ones broke down all over the US. And there are no fuel injectors in sight. Looks like I am going to be suing the dealership
July 13, 2022 at 8:47 pm #714500
Ordered in feb
Arrived today 7/13
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