I’m dismayed that the roof appears to come off, but doesn’t.
And that, Johnny, is how baby trucks are made.
I still can’t contain my anger than GM engineers FINALLY got the go ahead to build a very good and modern I6 but then refused to use it, pretty much anywhere and then had the gall to tell their engineers to go ahead and chop off a cylinder because it wouldn’t fit in their small truck. I mean, the Atlas 4.2 had 291 hp… Read more
For its first year, 2004, the SSR was only available with the 300 hp 5.3 from the full-size trucks and a 4speed slushbox. For 2005 and 2006, the standard engine was the 400 hp LS2 and a 6speed manual was optional.
Manual was only available in the extended cab 4 cylinder with no a/c or radio.