Dr Mike Posted February 17, 2005 Report Share Posted February 17, 2005 Well I just went to www.gmcanada.com website to do a price comparaison of the 2005 Silverado SS and you can no longer price one up. The price column comes up as NA = not available. They have not been selling up here, in fact none of 7 local dealers sold or stocked any in 2004 and were only ordering 2005 if someone wanted to special order a unit. With the depreciation and some used car lots asking 27K(21K U.S) for a SS with only 13,000K(7,000 miles) on it and trade-in appraisal of 23K(18K U.S) on mine have made it financial suicide not keeping it. With low production numbers in 2004 and even lower for 2005, judging by website Build Your Own the end seems near?? , very near. Does this mean Silverado SS born 2003 in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, R.I.P. 2005. Holding on to them may not be a bad idea as theorectically they should not lose too much more value and stabilize or possibly gain some ground... Barrett-Jackson metal for the next generation in 30 years from now. With Ex. Chrysler Pres Bob Lutz at helm of GM, bringing back GM to solid ground with products such as Solstice and cutting costs at Saturn by dumping the expensive plastic panels to metal bodies on all new models that he wants products that move and Poor sales do not bode well for SS to survive to next generation. Dr Mike Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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