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Here’s my 23 Tremor in Avalanche. I love the color. This photo shows the difference between white & avalanche.
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Another one in my Driveway. Really happy with it.

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That’s probably my favorite color combo and looks really good with the grey sport wheels 👍 makes me want to re-order a new truck!
 

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Its like the manufacturer threw on a coat victorian house trim paint with a couple layers of clear. There is no depth... if you know what I mean.
 

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Chrome tailgate inserts.
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comparison photo sitting next to an Oxford white:
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Just got mine last week. More tint, linex, and bedcover should be done next week. Next upgrade will probably be a level. Not sure on tires. Any recs welcome!

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Also, the coolest thing about the avalanche color is that it’s super subtle and its appearance- to me anyway - varies a lot in different light conditions. In that early morning grey light or when it’s heavily overcast, it appears heavily blue/grey. In bluebird skies it looks totally white (unless you have something right next to it to compare). I like it a lot so far! But if youre into more bold choices this is probably not for you.
 

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My Lightning Pro in Avalanche:

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Having had a Real F150 bogged down in the mud (and everything it takes to get it out)... I'd be terrifired to take a "Lightning" Off-Road at 2-3000 lbs MORE!

You can't tow or haul with it (for any distance)...

You'd be crazy to take it Off-Road...

I suppose if I had "F'k You Money" and a desire to be the 1st guy on the block, I might get one.

But for the same money I could get TWO Teslas, always have one fully charged and do the same things I could do with ONE Lightning.
 
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Having had a Real F150 bogged down in the mud (and everything it takes to get it out)... I'd be terrifired to take a "Lightning" Off-Road at 2-3000 lbs MORE!

You can't tow or haul with it (for any distance)...

You'd be crazy to take it Off-Road...

I suppose if I had "F'k You Money" and a desire to be the 1st guy on the block, I might get one.

But for the same money I could get TWO Teslas, always have one fully charged and do the same things I could do with ONE Lightning.
My Lightning weighs ~200lb more than the Powerboost Supercrew that Motor Trend tested. Nowhere close to 2000-3000 lb if comparing similar trucks.

Gas/Diesel is better for long-distance towing. Everyone knows this and no one reasonable says otherwise.

It has better traction control and way more low end torque than gas F-150s, so in some cases, it will do fine off-road. Depends what the use case is.

This truck cost $37k after tax credit, so no, you can’t get two Teslas. You can get exactly one absolute base Model 3 after tax credit.
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