This week, we reveal the test results of the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Diesel, which leads us to ask what does the future of the pickup truck look like? We also talk about the legality, drivability, and safety concerns surrounding lifted pickup trucks, if tires can expire with age rather than wear, and why Consumer Reports' fuel test results differ from the EPA's numbers.
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00:15 – 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Diesel Test Results
06:21 – Future of Pickup Trucks
09:49 – Question #1: Should Modified Pickup Trucks be Legal?
11:43 – Question #2: How Does Extra Weight of the Fuel Impact a Car’s Road Test Score?
13:23 – Question #3: Do Tire Ever Expire?
16:18 – Question #4: Why Consumer Reports’ Fuel Test Results Differ From the EPA’s
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