Full-sized pickup trucks used to be popular and in demand. With what fashion commands many are opting for mid-size sedans and crossovers that suit well for individual and family commute. However, when Ford had revamped its F-150 with a very impressive aluminum body, Chevrolet decided that it was their turn to turn the wheel.
Since it is the season for LED lights, Chevrolet made it a point to give Silverado a LED-packed headlamps, fog lamps, tail lamps and turn signals. The exterior was given enough changes to make a more fashionable and presentable look. The hood was given with lots of subtle curves that are not womanly—mind you—but looks muscular enough.
The interior design encompasses the comfortable technology of 4G LTE connectivity coupled with Apple CarPlay badwagon and a 7-inch infotainment touch screen with Android Auto feature. Furthermore, it has been installed with wireless phone charging features, lane-keeping assist, automatic high beams and forward-collision alert.
Meanwhile, the specs at the underneath section of this article will ensure you that Chevrolet Silverado 1500 only offers the best in its field so your $29, 765+ won’t go to waste. Basically, it gives a 4.3L V6 as engine that can give 285hp and 305 lb.-ft., but you can also get the premium 6.2L V8 with an output of 420hp, 460 lb.-ft. torque and can tow a maximum of 12,000 pounds.
Fighting under the full-sized pickup trucks segment are Ford-150, GMC Sierra 1500, Ram 1500 and—of course—Chevrolet’s very own Silverado 1500.
- Base Engine : 4.3-liter V-6, front placement
- Transmission : 8-speed automatic/ 6-speed automatic
- Power : 285hp
- Torque : 305 lb.-ft.
- Price : starting $29,765 to $53,835