If you’re looking for extra style and off-road capability,
you can now buy one of two Chevrolet Silverado Special Edition models: the
Silverado Midnight Edition and Silverado Rally Edition.
Mark Sobczynski, the Silverado marketing manager said,
“Customer choice is a competitive advantage for Chevrolet, because no two truck
drivers are alike.” It’s no question the Midnight and Rally Editions offer a
tantalizing choice for buyers.
The Midnight Edition douses everything in black while
upgrading the suspension for rougher terrain.
The grille, bowties, badges, bumpers, off-road assist steps,
and exhaust tips get a healthy covering of bold black to create an almost
sinister look. Its 18-inch wheels also get painted black and fitted with
Goodyear® DuraTrac® off-road tires.
DuraTrac® tires are necessary because the Midnight Edition
is about more than just appearances. It includes upgrades from the Z71 Off-Road
Package like Rancho mono-tube shocks, automatic locking rear differential, skid
plates, as well as an upgraded ground clearance from the 2-inch suspension
Available on the LT, Trail Boss, and Custom Trail Boss
The street-focused Rally Edition goes for a more athletic,
sporty look. The edition provides a choice of black, white, silver, or red
exterior colors that show up through the black on the Rally Edition’s custom
grille. Race-inspired black stripes roll down the hood and tailgate while the
wheels grow to 20-inch black wheels on the Custom trim and 22-inch wheels on
the RST trim.
There’s a lot to love about the new Chevrolet Silverado Special Edition models. Ask about getting your hands on one at Stingray Chevrolet Bartow!
Chevy is going all out in its pursuit of
making the best trucks on the market, and the latest evidence of its quest is
the all-new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD. The new Silverado HD hits the market
later this year as the most capable of its kind ever made thanks to new
engines, new innovations, and new technologies.
“We set out to make the best HD trucks on the market, bar none,” said Jaclyn McQuaid, chief engineer, Silverado HD. “We increased towing capabilities across the line, not just for dually buyers. We added class-leading towing technologies, such as 15 available camera views, to make trailering more convenient, whether pulling a large cargo trailer or fifth-wheel camper. And we made a host of changes to make tasks easier.”
When it hits, the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD
will hold several advantages over the competition with exclusive features like
a new Allison® 10-speed transmission for the 6.6-liter Duramax® V8, which
enables a 52 percent increase in max towing to a total of 35,500 pounds. It
will also be the only truck in the segment offered with an Autotrac® automatic
two-speed transfer case, 120-volt bed-mounted power outlet, head-up display,
and Power Up/Down Tailgate.
Additional highlights include significant
improvements to box length, width, and volume, including best-in-class 83.5
cubic feet of cargo volume for the 8-foot long box. Like the 2019 Silverado
1500, the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD gets a new DuraBed with roll-formed steel
construction. In addition to bold new looks and larger dimensions, the new
Silverado HD also gets an updated 6.6-liter V8 gas engine that offers 22
percent more torque and 18 percent more max towing capabilities than the
outgoing 6.0-liter V8 gas engine.
There’s a lot to consider with the exciting, all-new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD, so keep your eyes peeled to learn when you can expect to see it and experience it in person at Stingray Chevrolet Bartow.