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Chevrolet is up against some tough competition in the truck segment. No one is going to touch the Ford F-150 for quality, except for maybe the Dodge Ram. The two go back and forth in the "Truck Of The Year" category. But the SIlverado remains a reliable truck choice with a loyal fan base, second only
to the F-150 in nationwide vehicle sales.
The Silverado 1500 alone is available with three different cabs and three different beds in almost any combination. A more powerful 6.2-liter EcoTec3 V8 will be available in the fall, but in the mean time if the 5.3-liter isn't enough to get the job done, the 6.6-liter Turbo Diesel that produces for 765 lb. ft. of torque in the 2500HD should be plenty for most civilian hauling purposes. For the biggest of the big jobs, top-tier 3500HD models also come in a variety of cabin and bed combinations. Commercial outlets can also look into purchasing bare Silverado HD Chassis Cabs to install unique upfits for any application. Chevy has also finally gotten into the "luxury truck" market, which has proven so profitable for Ford and Ram, with the Silverado "High Country" line, a trim that will launch in 2014.
When enclosed space is key, the Chevy Express van offers up to 313.9 cubic feet of cargo space, or seating for 15 in extended wheelbase models. Towing of up to 10,000 lbs. is also still possible when configured correctly. See more... See Less