Heavy Duty Chevrolet Silverado 2500 & 3500 Trucks
No other car class saw more advancement in the past decade than the pickup truck class. Almost everything went up a notch, or two or three.
From a car that resembled a box on wheels to the daring, appealing, almost sensual lines of modern pickup trucks that seem to flaunt their power without remorse, demanding respect and admiration.
The engines are bigger, stronger, and more efficient than ever. Interior comfort matches that of crossover SUVs, famed for their ride enjoyability, and available technology makes luxury cars of 5 years ago look dull by comparison.
Pickup trucks are phenomenal in 2020, and if you’re after the best of the best, then look no further than Chevrolet Silverado HD Trucks
Made up of the 2500 and the 3500, Chevrolet managed to put forth a variety of choices so wide that it covers the whole spectrum of its customers’ needs. From frugal workhorse to lavish crossover-grade comforts, you’ll find a model and trim option to fit your needs.
Before getting into details about your package options, it’s worth mentioning that both models, although sporting a powerful base engine, can also be equipped with the colossal Duramax 6.6-liter turbodiesel V8. Alongside the ten-automatic Allison transmission, it will belt out 440 horsepower and a whopping 910 pound-feet of torque. That’s enough to tow roughly 12 Teslas one on top of each other, or a bunch of grown elephants. You get the idea, it’s a monster of an engine that will get virtually any job done.
Prospective buyers can choose between two bed sizes in the form of the standard 82.25 inches and the long 98.27 version, and five trim levels: Work Truck, Custom, LT, LTZ, and High Country.
As the name will clearly tell you, Work Truck is designed to get the job done and little else. Even so, it does come with features like Bluetooth connectivity, a rearview camera, a 7.0-inch touchscreen display part of the infotainment system, and the useful Teen Driver pack that allows owners to limit the maximum speed the car can reach and the stereo’s volume when they lend their car. It also comes with manual locks and windows plus vinyl floor covering — the basic setting for a phenomenal work truck that still looks and feels the part.
One step up and you’ll get the Custom, a trim level that adds cruise control, remote keyless entry, and carpet floor cover to the previous list of features.
With the LT, we timidly enter luxury territory. The trim comes with 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot and OnStar & Chevrolet Connected Services capability, an 8.0-inch touch, and dual-zone automatic climate.
The LTZ is a step further, but a world away as the list of features grows considerably longer with the addition of SiriusXM and HD radio, the EZ lift tailgate with power lock and release, keyless open and start, power-folding and -extending heated trailer mirrors, heated front seats and steering wheel, plus leather upholstery.
At the top of the range sits the High Country package that includes everything previous trims offer and adds advanced safety features like the Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, the Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, Front, and Rear Park Assist, plus four-wheel drive (available on all trim levels, but not included in any previous package deal), a state-of-the-art BOSE sound system, navigation, front bucket seats, heated rear seats, and wireless charging capability to name but a few.
Silverado HD, a stamp that guarantees you’ll get the job done.
Browsing through the trims is up to you to decide if that's all you need, or you're in the market for something extra. Sometimes, a lot more extra.
Here at O'Neill's Chevrolet Buick near Hartford Connecticut we already have all trim packages on our showroom floor, so anyone paying us a visit can see the difference for themselves.
Come on over, and our dedicated sales team will help you sieve through the various options and even arrange for a test drive once you've settled on a choice.