2019 Chevrolet Silverado

Dec 19, 2017

Category: Rides

Chevrolet has been making trucks for a full century now – that’s a long time. In celebration, they’ve unveiled their new 2019 Silverado lineup of pickup trucks, workhorses offered with more choices, capability, and functionality than ever before.

The baseline 1500 model of the truck is entirely new from the ground up, including a higher-grade alloy steel used in the bed, and reflects feedback from over 7,000 consumers – the greatest number of people surveyed in the company’s history. And while they’re offering a wide array of packages and engine-transmission combinations, the highlight is probably the new LT Trailboss. This particular package includes the off-road equipment of the Z71, as well as a two-inch suspension lift. The new trucks are set to debut exactly 100 years from the first Chevrolet truck customer deliveries at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

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