The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is made for your dynamic both on and off-road driving. The smart, efficient, and powerful Silverado is available in eight trim levels. In this post, you can observe them all.
The entry-level trim of the Chevrolet Silverado is the Work Truck. It's an ideal model for different work duties and even as a fleet vehicle. The WT is fitted with enough features that make it an excellent choice for cheap transportation. The Work Truck gets easy-to-clean vinyl upholstery - this is what you need for a work vehicle. This Silverado model is only available with a 2-wheel drive. When it comes to the cab configuration, the Work Truck comes in a Regular Cab, Double Cab, or Crew Cab. Here's just a little explanation - the Regular Cab is a two-seating configuration; the Double Cab provides a small backseat area; the Crew Cab is a four-door configuration with plenty of backroom for more passengers.
When it comes to the bed length, the WT can have 5.75 feet, 6.6 feet, or 8 feet beds. Chevrolet offers three engine options for this trim level - a 4.3-liter V-6 engine, a 5.3-liter V-8, or even a 2.7-liter turbocharged model. The first two engines are paired to a six-speed automatic transmission while the turbocharged engine is matched to an eight-speed transmission system.
The next Silverado trim level is the Custom. It has the same engine choices, so there is no difference between the Custom and the WT for power and performance.
The Custom trim level is available in a 4X4 configuration. It improves off-road performance and provides more control of the truck during severe weather conditions. On the outside, the Custom and the WT look the same. The Custom provides you with some more options here and there. Chevrolet has replaced taillight for the LEDs and installed the outside mirrors with heating in this Silverado model.
Let's look at the interior features. Both the WT and the Custom have the standard six-speaker stereo system. The Custom model contains rubberized floor mats, and it's also equipped with cruise control. It also comes with more comfortable cloth upholstery.
As for the safety features, there are no significant differences between these two Silverado trims. There's not much of a difference between these trims when it comes to safety features. Both the WT and the Custom have six standard airbags and an SD camera of rearview. For these two models, a tire-pressure monitor and stability control system come as a standard feature. Chevy provides every trim version with the Teen Driver package, which helps promote better driving habits. The settings are attached to specific key fobs so that they start work as soon as your teen driver enters the vehicle.
The Trail Boss trim level offers some additional features to provide a tremendous off-road driving experience. The engine options are the same, plus for this trim Chevrolet adds a 6.2-liter V-8. The Trail Boss is fitted with a 2-speed Autotrac Transfer Case and an Automatic Locking Rear Differential.
While the Custom trim has 17-inch all-season tires, the Trail Boss comes with 18-inch, all-terrain models. There are also built-in skid plates to further the off-road style of the Trail Boss. This Silverado version also has a standard trailering package that makes it a perfect choice for the adventurous type. Besides, it has a factory-installed, 2-inch lift kit.
The LT trim level is fitted with the turbocharged 2.7-liter engine that produces 310 horsepower 348 lb-ft of torque. The LT is also the first model that can have a turbo-diesel engine. This model is also fitted with an advanced battery and a Start/Stop automatic feature.
The Silverado LT comes with 17-inch aluminum wheels painted silver. For this model, you can choose larger wheels with various style options. The LT suggests a 4.2-inch driver-information screen with a standard 4G WiFi hotspot when it comes to the interior features. With the LT you'll also get a compass and On-Star service. The safety features are the same as the WT, Custom, and Trail Boss. You can also add some additional safety features such as front and rear Park Assist and an HD backup camera.
The RST trim level is based on the LT trim plus some extra features. It adds some fog lamps, improved headlights, and taillights. On the inside, it comes with an additional power outlet of the black color. The RST also has keyless entry and remote start features. The safety features are the same as the lower trims, but it also includes the Theft-Deterrent System.
The LT Trail Boss trim level, based on the Custom and LT is equipped with a 5.3-liter V8 engine, additional transmission oil cooler, heavy-duty battery, and bucket front seats with a center console.
The Silverado LTZ model comes with a 5.3-liter V8 engine, 20-inch alloy wheels, power tailgate, power-sliding rear window, bucket front seats with center console, 10-way power-adjustable front passenger seat, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto wireless connectivity, Advanced Trailering System, controller of trailer brake, front and rear parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring with a rear cross-traffic alert.
The top of the Chevrolet Silverado line is the High Country trim level. It has a digital driver information display, a navigation system, a seven-speaker Bose audio system, wireless phone charging, and a lane departure warning.
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