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Chevrolet Silverado vs. HD

If you’re shopping for a full-size truck to get you from Omaha to Lincoln, you can’t go wrong with one of the Silverado trucks. Whether you choose a Chevy Silverado or the Silverado heavy-duty truck, however, depends on how you plan to use it and what specifications matter most to you. Read on while we explore the differences between these two capable trim levels then drop by Sid Dillon near Fremont to learn more about your favorite.

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Every Silverado pickup is equipped with potent powerplants, but there are differences that can impact the way you use yours:

  • Chevy Silverado Drivers have access to three engine choices, including the hp L EcoTec3 V6, the hp EcoTec3 V8, and the hp L EcoTec3 V8 motors.
  • Chevy Silverado HD: Drivers can choose between the hp L gasoline engine for up to lb.-ft. of peak torque, or the turbocharged hp L turbodiesel engine for industry-leading lb.-ft. of peak torque.
 Chevrolet Silverado Driving on Road


Both trucks offer impressive towing capabilities, allowing them to haul trailers full of heavy equipment wherever you need them to go, but there are differences between the two:

  • Chevy Silverado The Silverado offers up to 9, pounds of traditional towing capability, which can be boosted to as much as 17, pounds with the max trailering package installed.
  • Chevy Silverado HD: The Silverado HD offers 13, pounds of conventional towing with the V8 gasoline engine and up to 14, pounds with the turbodiesel engine. For those who need fifth wheel capability, they’ll find up to 14, pounds of capability with a properly installed hitch.
 Chevrolet Silverado HD Towing Trailer

Cargo Capacity

If hauling a bed full of gear to Blair is high on your list, both trucks have you covered, but to differing degrees:

  • Chevy Silverado The light-duty Silverado is no slouch when it comes to hauling gear, offering more than a ton of power with payload capacities topping out at 2, pounds. Check out the Silverado bed sizes to learn more.
  • Chevy Silverado HD: Drivers can take advantage of up to 3, pounds of available payload capability – more than enough for a heavy load of rock or metal for your next building project.
 Chevrolet Silverado Cargo Space

Find the Best Truck for You with Sid Dillon

Find the perfect truck for your next Wahoo adventure when you choose a Chevy Silverado from the inventory at Sid Dillon. See how the Silverado matches up against the GMC Sierra , and the Nissan Titan, then learn about the other services we offer to help you repair and maintain your baby, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

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Sometimes what you don't know can't hurt you, but that's not the case when buying a used car. As an independent vehicle history provider, at CARFAX we've made it our mission to tell you everything you need to know by uncovering as many events as possible from the previous life of a used car. Our primary goal is to help you get to know your next car from the inside out before deciding to make an investment that will be part of you and your family's everyday life. We believe your next car shouldn't be hiding anything from you.

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Did you know that considerably more used cars are sold than new cars? We think this second-hand system is nothing short of fantastic. However, it goes without saying that it gives rise to different methods and tactics: Some sellers will disguise a car that's been in an accident under a fresh coat of paint, tamper with the odometer or conceal theft. This is one of the less appealing aspects of buying second hand. Our goal is to establish trusting relationships between buyers and sellers, since this is the best way to help customers make the right decision. Your new car should be reliable and make you feel safe, as well as make you feel like you haven't paid too much.

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There's no disputing the full-size pickup truck's place at the top of the vehicle-sales food chain. Together, Ford, General Motors, and Ram sold about million of the things in the U.S. last year. Also-rans Nissan and Toyota added just shy of , more to that count, making it so that full-size trucks now account for almost 14 percent of the U.S. vehicle market. What is in dispute—and it's a hot dispute, one waged almost incessantly in TV commercials and on discourteous bumper stickers—is which truck is the best truck, King of Kings, Lord of the Contractor, Protector of the Suburban Man with Something to Prove.

With some , examples sold here in , the Ford F-series holds the title for now. The Silverado's , sales may not look like much of a threat to Ford's numbers, but with the GMC Sierra's sales added in, that figure climbs to , And wherever there's a crown to win, a challenger dreams of wearing it.

The new Silverado is bigger yet lighter than the outgoing model. The entry-level liter V-6 is unchanged, but there are two new engines: a liter turbo-diesel, coming early next year, and a hp turbocharged liter inline-four, due in showrooms in December. Both existing V-8s now feature Chevy's new Dynamic Fuel Management (DFM) technology, which improves on the Active Fuel Management (AFM) cylinder-deactivation system by employing 17 different firing modes and shutting down as many as six cylinders depending on the driver's demand for torque. DFM operates almost entirely under the radar, thanks to the efforts of development engineers who programmed parameters for each firing order to avoid unpleasant NVH. In our testing, the liter eight-speed Silverado tied a similarly equipped liter speed F at 16 mpg. A liter Ram without the fancy eTorque volt hybrid system achieved 14 mpg.

Marc Urbano

The Silverado's transmission lineup is now nearly as diverse as its engine roster. The standard liter V-6 and the liter V-8 with AFM still pair with a six-speed automatic, while the equipped with the new DFM technology uses an eight-speed auto, as will the four-cylinder when it becomes available. The liter and forthcoming liter turbo-diesel come with a speed automatic that GM shares with Ford. A single-speed transfer case is the new standard for all-wheel-drive ­models, though the truck's available Z71 Off-Road package—standard on Trail Boss models—adds back a low range. Every all-wheel-drive Silverado now has push-button electronic controls to manage the system (some base and near-base models used to have floor-mounted shifters for this purpose).

One of the chief criticisms of the outgoing truck was that it looked too much like its predecessor, to the extent that even the truck-savvy couldn't tell the two apart. Perhaps Chevy had taken the whole "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" thing a little too far. So Chevy stamps the new truck's sheetmetal with sleeker lines in the hood and around the wheel wells, and a multilevel headlight array modernizes the Silverado's face. We're not sure Chevy nailed it this time, either; at a traffic light, one fellow motorist leaned out his window to call the Silverado feminine—well, okay, that wasn't the word he used.

Non-cosmetic tweaks to the exterior had a more positive effect. Chevy claims short-bed variants of the V-8 Silverado lose pounds compared with the last generation, largely due to a new manufacturing strategy that allows GM to construct the body and frame from several different grades of steel and the doors, hood, and tailgate from aluminum. Varying the thickness of steel over different parts of the frame makes the Silverado lighter without relying on an expensive aluminum-intensive construction, as Ford does. Payload and tow ratings are up by a few hundred pounds for some models, and the Silverado's new bed is constructed in three pieces, which allows the wheel wells to be stamped differently, increasing cargo volume to 63 cubic feet in short-bed models. Compare that with the Ram 's bed at 54 cubic feet and the F's at 53 cubic feet, and things are starting to look good for Chevy's usurper.

Those numbers are big news for the contractors and weekend warriors who rely on their trucks to get big jobs done, but plenty of truck owners treat their workhorses more like show ponies. So Chevrolet aimed to build a truck that would ride well even when it's unladen, and during our initial drive on Wyoming's well-maintained roads, the Silverado seemed to fulfill that goal. It recovers quickly from small bumps, the steering is well weighted and accurate with no dead zones, and overall it feels surprisingly agile on meandering mountain passes. In Michigan, though, the liter all-wheel-drive crew cab we tested occasionally became unsettled over blighted roadways, especially when traveling at freeway speeds.

One point for the Midwest, though: While climbing the foothills around Wyoming's Tetons above feet, the hp liter failed to express its full power, and the eight-speed automatic sometimes lagged when going uphill at part throttle, downshifting several seconds after a human would have. Back in our flatland home, however, our RST model sprang to 60 mph in seconds. That's a respectable pace even for a vehicle that doesn't weigh two and a half tons, but it's not enough for a victory in the truck wars.

The RST trim level is new for and is essentially a performance-appearance package with black bow-tie badges; LED head-, fog-, and taillights; and body-colored moldings in place of the showy chrome that adorns LTZ and High Country models. Starting at $45,, an all-wheel-drive crew-cab RST leaves a lot of amenities on the table. Our example included options such as dual-zone ­climate control; heated front seats and steering wheel; two USB ports in the second row; a trailering package with a beefier rear axle, a radiator with more cooling capacity, and revised shock tuning; and active-safety items, such as front and rear parking sensors and blind-spot monitoring. The liter was also an upgrade over the turbocharged liter four, which will be the standard offering in the RST trim.

Our $56, truck felt like anything but a bargain, with interi­or trim materials that fail to justify such a price tag. Even High Country models leave something to be desired. This may be to make room in the General's quiver for the Sierra or to maximize an already massive profit margin; whatever the case, when it comes to interiors, Ford and Ram outclass Chevy.

Between the diet, the DFM system, and the forthcoming ­diesel and four-cylinder engines, the Silverado is on track to match the F's fuel economy, and GM expects to undercut Ford in manufacturing costs. The Silverado may not be quicker or more comfortable than the F, but its bigger bed and increased tow ratings will make some customers notice. And if it's able to make more money from each sale than Ford can, GM may be wearing the crown even if the Silverado doesn't sit on the sales throne.

From the November issue



Chevrolet Silverado RST 4WD Crew Cab

VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, rear-/all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door pickup

PRICE AS TESTED: $56, (base price: $45,)

ENGINE TYPE: pushrod valve V-8, direct fuel injection

Displacement: cu in, cc
Power: hp @ rpm
Torque: lb-ft @ rpm

TRANSMISSION: 8-speed automatic with manual shifting mode

Suspension (F/R): control arms/live axle
Brakes (F/R): in vented disc/in vented disc
Tires: Michelin Primacy LTX, /65R T M+S TPC SPEC MS

Wheelbase: in
Length: in
Width: in
Height: in
Passenger volume: cu ft
Curb weight: lb

Zero to 60 mph: sec
Zero to mph: sec
Rolling start, 5–60 mph: sec
Top gear, 30–50 mph: sec
Top gear, 50–70 mph: sec
Standing ¼-mile: sec @ 95 mph
Top speed (governor limited): 98 mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: ft
Roadholding, ft-dia skidpad: g

Observed: 16 mpg

Combined/city/highway: 18/16/22 mpg



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2019 Chevrolet Silverado - Review \u0026 Road Test
 Chevrolet Silverado 2WD Crew Cab Work Truck

Redesigned and more capable than ever.

hp. L V8 EngineAvailable

Up to 24MPG Highway

USB PortsStandard

OnStar AutomaticCrash Response

Trailering CameraSide & Hitch View

$28,*Starting MSRP

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Chevrolet silverado 1500 2019

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The MT clean retail price reflects a reasonable asking price by a dealership for a fully reconditioned vehicle (clean title history, no defects, minimal wear) with average mileage.

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  • Excellent exterior styling
  • Smart, practical work aids
  • Great powertrain choices


  • Disappointing interior
  • Uncomfortable seats
  • Jittery ride quality

Chevrolet Silverado Expert Review

Alex Leanse

Chevrolet's full-size light-duty pickup truck is all-new for The Silverado is available in a wide range of body styles and bed configurations, with numerous drivetrain options, plus plenty of ways to tweak the exterior styling.

The Chevrolet Silverado is a better truck than ever, thanks to its greater capabilities and smart work aids. Still, some important areas for improvement remain.

Even in its most basic specification, the Silverado is ready to get to work. Its bed choices offer great space, with illumination and numerous tie-downs to ease loading. Rear bumper corner cutouts make stepping up into the bed simple. A trailer light test program helps ensure everything is hooked up properly.

Six engine options, each capable and refined, are available. That's true even of the turbo-four unit, which deftly tows and accelerates responsively. Choosing any of the larger engines only increases those abilities. Generally, fuel economy is acceptable but not exceptional.

The Silverado's exterior is stylish in a boxy way, but the interior is a big letdown. It doesn't look good, and the experience is made worse by cheap materials and stiff, unsupportive seats. Jittery ride quality further reduces comfort. Chevrolet's infotainment system is user-friendly, but the backup camera has poor resolution. A single USB port on entry-level models will have work crews tussling for charging rights, although higher trims include more tech amenities.

In terms of truck performance, the Silverado is quite good. But no one tows, hauls, and works every day. Aspects like comfort and quality aren't as refined as competitors, reducing the Silverado 's appeal as an everyday driver.

Several engines are available in the Silverado. With any choice, RWD is standard, and AWD and 4WD are optional, except for the liter V-8 which has standard 4WD.

The smallest engine is a turbocharged liter I-4 producing hp and lb-ft of torque, connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission. In MotorTrend testing, a Silverado RST Crew Cab AWD with this engine accelerated from mph in seconds. Depending on body configuration, EPA-rated fuel economy is as low as 18/21 mpg city/highway and as high as 20/23 mpg.

Next is a liter V-6 good for hp and lb-ft of torque, paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. MotorTrend testing of an AWD Silverado Work Truck Crew Cab with this V-6 recorded a second mph time. Fuel economy is rated by the EPA between 14/18 mpg and 16/21 mpg depending on configuration.

Two versions of a liter V-8 making hp and lb-ft of torque are available. The standard version uses a six-speed automatic transmission. mph should take about seconds. This engine is EPA-rated between 14/18 mpg and 15/22 mpg, depending on options.

The upgraded cylinder-deactivation version features auto stop/start and other fuel saving technologies, plus an eight-speed automatic transmission. This helped bring mph acceleration to about second range in MotorTrend testing. Fuel economy ratings increase to an EPA-certified 15/20 mpg to 17/24 mpg, depending on configuration.

The largest available engine is a liter V-8 producing hp and lb-ft of torque, joined to a speed automatic transmission. In MotorTrend testing, a Silverado High Country Crew Cab with this engine accelerated from mph in seconds. Fuel economy is EPA-rated at 16/20 mpg.

From the IIHS, the Silverado Crew Cab gets top Good crashworthiness scores in all but the front passenger small overlap test, which earned a Marginal score, the second lowest. Crashworthiness for the Extended Cab was not evaluated. Both models' optional front crash prevention system gets the top Superior score, as it avoided collisions in both mph and mph tests. Regardless of which of the Silverado's headlight options is chosen, all receive a Poor score, the lowest. From the NHTSA, all Silverado models get a four-star (out of five) overall safety rating, which factors four-star frontal crash and rollover scores with a five-star side crash score.

All Silverado models have six standard airbags. Forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane keep assist, and lane departure warning are available depending on options and trim.

The Silverado can be had with one of three beds. All measure inches across at the wheel wells and inches deep. The long bed is inches long for total volume of cubic feet. The standard bed is inches long for volume of cubic feet. The short bed is inches long, providing volume of cubic feet.

Depending on model, front-row headroom ranges between and inches in the Silverado , while the Ford F has in all models. When equipped with a second row, the Silverado's rear headroom ranges between and inches, and the F's between and Front-row legroom is inches in the Chevrolet, and inches in the Ford. Second-row legroom is as little as and as much as inches in the Silverado, and and inches in the F

All Silverado models are equipped with a or inch infotainment touchscreen loaded with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. GPS navigation is optional. A inch black-and-white gauge cluster information display is standard, with and inch units available. One front-row USB port is standard; higher trims offer two USB ports in the front row, or two in each row. A wireless device charging pad is on the options list. A head-up display, camera-based digital rearview mirror, and degree view camera system are optional or included depending on trim. Some models are equipped with a hitch mount guidance overlay for the backup camera. The basic sound system has two speakers, with a six-speaker system included on most models, or a seven-speaker Bose premium system available.

Chevrolet Silverado Work Truck

Exterior: inch silver-painted steel wheels, black grille and side mirror caps, manually adjustable side mirrors, halogen headlights

Interior: Vinyl seating upholstery, manually adjustable seats, 40/20/40 split-folding front seat, rubberized floor covering, inch infotainment touchscreen, USB port

Convenience: Cargo area lighting, locking tailgate, 12 cargo tie-downs, single-zone climate control

Engines: L V-6, L V-8

Configurations: Long, standard, short bed; Regular, Double, Crew Cab

Chevrolet Silverado Custom

Exterior: inch alloy wheels, body-color grille insert and bumpers, heated power-adjustable side mirrors, tinted side windows, LED taillights, single chrome exhaust tip

Interior: Cloth seating upholstery, carpeted floor covering, rubberized floormats

Convenience: Cruise control, keyless entry

Engines: L V-6, L V-8

Configurations: Standard, short bed; Double, Crew Cab

Chevrolet Silverado Custom Trail Boss

Exterior: inch black-painted alloy wheels, all-terrain tires, black grille insert and bumpers, red-painted tow hooks

Convenience: 2-inch trailer receiver hitch, four- and seven-pin connectors, hitch guidance backup camera overlay

Engines: L V-6, L V-8

Configurations: Standard, short bed; Double, Crew Cab

Performance: Off-road suspension system; 4WD

Chevrolet Silverado LT

Exterior: inch alloy wheels, chrome side mirror caps, chrome grille insert and bumpers

Interior: inch gauge cluster display, front seat covered armrest, steering wheel mounted controls, two front-row USB ports

Convenience: Single-zone semi-automatic climate control, easy-lift tailgate

Engines: T I-4, DFM L V-8 (DFM stands for dynamic fuel management, Chevy's cylinder deactivation tech)

Configurations: Standard, short bed; Double, Crew Cab

Chevrolet Silverado RST

Exterior: inch alloy wheels, black side mirror caps and Chevrolet bowtie emblem, body-color grille insert and bumpers, LED fog lights and taillights

Interior: Front underseat storage

Convenience: Cargo area LED lighting, keyless entry with remote push-button start, rear window defogger, upgraded theft protection

Engines: T I-4, DFM L V-8

Configurations: Standard, short bed; Double, Crew Cab

Chevrolet Silverado LT Trail Boss

Exterior: Shared with Custom Trail Boss but adds black Chevrolet bowtie emblem

Interior: inch gauge cluster display, all-weather floor liners, leather-wrapped steering wheel,

Convenience: Full-size spare wheel, cargo area LED lighting, power-locking easy-lift tailgate, Wi-Fi hotspot compatibility, keyless entry with remote push-button start

Engine: DFM L V-8

Configurations: Standard, short bed; Double, Crew Cab

Performance: Off-road suspension system; 4WD

Chevrolet Silverado LTZ

Exterior: inch alloy wheels, chrome grille insert and bumpers, chrome side mirror and window trim, auto-dimming power-folding side mirrors, LED fog lights and taillights

Interior: Perforated leather seating upholstery, heated power-adjustable front seats, heated steering wheel, inch infotainment display, dual front and rear USB ports, digital rearview mirror

Convenience: Auto-dimming rearview mirror, trailer tire pressure monitoring, rear seat storage compartments, dual-zone automatic climate control, driver seat memory settings

Engines: DFM L V-8, L V-8

Configurations: Standard, short bed; Double, Crew Cab

Chevrolet Silverado High Country

Exterior: inch two-tone alloy wheels, LED headlights, chrome grille bars, body-color, bumpers, chrome running boards, spray-on bedliner, power-operated tailgate, power sliding rear window

Interior: Heated and ventilated front seats, heated second-row seats, inch gauge cluster display, Bose premium audio system, carpeted floormats, wireless device charger

Convenience: GPS navigation, front and rear parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert

Engines: DFM L V-8, L V-8

Configurations: Standard, short bed; Double, Crew Cab

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