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2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 has a max trailing capacity of 12,500-lb, this tops the segment for crew cab models. New for 2017 is the Custom, now offered on the Crew Cab. New exterior colors available include Cajun Red Metallic and Havana Metallic. An eAssist package is now offered on LTZ and LT. The tire pressure monitor system now includes tire fill alert and the Rear-vision camera is standard on all models for 2017. The MyLink 7-inch radio system is also now standard on Work Truck models.

Chevrolet Silverado 1500 special editions

Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Highlights

  • The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 in available in WT (Work Truck), LS, Custom, LT, LTZ, High Country, Black Out Edition, Special Ops edition, Rally 1 edition, Rally 2 edition, Redline edition, Midnight Edition, Realtree edition, High Desert Package, z71 Package, All Star edition, and Texas edition. For more information about these models contact our Internet Department at Cecil Clark Chevrolet.
  • The available NHT max trailering package features a 9.76 inch rear axle with heavy duty rear springs, unique shock tuning, enhanced cooling and an integrated trailer brake. This will optimize capability and comfort when trailering.
  • The available auto locking differential reacts in milliseconds in low-traction situations to help improve safety and confidence on wet or muddy surfaces.
  • The Duralife brake rotors protect against corrosion, offering double the life compared to conventional rotors.
  • The available EX Lift and Lower tailgate will make it easier to access the box. It has an internal torsion bar that reduces the effort to raise and lower the tailgate, while a rotary damper allows for a controlled and gradual lowering motion when opening.
  • Now standard is the the Capless fuel fill
  • MyLink 7 inch touchscreen radio is now standard on WT and LS; 8 inch HD system is standard on Custom, LT and LTZ
  • MyLink 8 inch with navigation is standard on High Country and available on LT and LTZ
  • All models include the 4GLTE WiFi hotspot, which includes a three-month/2GB data trial through OnStar
  • Remote vehicle starting is standard on LTZ and High Country, available on LT
  • Remote locking tailgate is standard on LS, LT, LTZ and High Country, available on WT and Custom
  • Teen Driver is now standard on all Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models, as well as Apple CarPlay/Android Auto

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2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Safety

  • The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 includes six standard air bags, including frontal air bags, head curtain side air bags for all passengers in all rows and seat mounted side air bags for the driver and front passenger.
  • All models include StabiliTrak electronic stability control with rollover mitigation technology, trailer sway control and hill-start assist.
  • Rear camera is Standard on all models for 2017
  • Enhanced Driver Alert package is standard on High Country and available on LT and LTZ. This includes features such as: Forward Collision Alert, Safety Alert Driver Seat, IntelliBeam headlamps with auto high beam control, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Front and Rear Park Assist, and Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking

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2017 Silverado Line

FAST FACT:
Silverado 1500’s 12,500-lb. max trailering rating tops the segment for crew cab models.

The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado line is heading into its 4th year since a significant redesign. Chevy has already been adjusting the Silverado look and adding some essential characteristics most notably, a more carefully detailed front end design, more broadly accessible 8 speed automatic transmissions, reinforced active safety equipment, and new generation MyLink infotainment systems. The set of modifications must maintain sales going strong, as they’ve been since GM redid these trucks for 2014, when they rolled up a design that falls carefully in step with high quality models from the automaker. A more vertical, chiseled some would say boxy look was given to the Silverado then, with a far much more vertical however better trimmed interior appearance to fit.

In 2013’s processed look adds up to some sharpening and finer detail right in front end, with distinct grilles for each model, Light-emitting diode touch lighting across the board, and more utilization of LEDs on top models. Whilst the Silverado might look every bit an immediate competitor to the Ford F-150 the differences in engineering strategy between these two trucks could not be more distinct. GM basically sticks to a steel bodied layout and conventional, large displacement engines, while Ford has proceeded to downsized, turbocharged engines and aluminium intensive building. Even though the motor sizes in the 2017 Chevy Silverado line are likely going to be familiar to repeat GM truck owners, just about everything else is different, and it is all been completely modernized in latest years.

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That is an adequate amount of torque to even be coupled with the heavier crew cab models, and we have a tendency to think it is gutsy enough for all, but the most severe towing and hauling needs. With the 5.3 litre V-8, you get 355 horsepower and 383 lb-foot, whilst the top 6.2 litre V-8, at 420 hp and 460 pound-foot, offers the most capacity, it may tow up to 12, 000 pounds. Models with the 6.2 litre last year got a brand new -speed automatic transmission, and for 2017 the 8 speed is accessible with the 5.3 litre V-8 in the LTZ As well as High Country models.

The new 8 speed closer span of ratios taps into either motor power better and may bring some towing and hauling ease, however it really hurts EPA fuel economics ratings. With the Silverado’s redesign 3 years ago it made major increases in ride and accomplishment. With its well tuned ride As well as responsive handling, it is perhaps the most enjoyable of all of the full size trucks from the driver’s seat. That is thanks in part to a little better handling control, front springs were made stiffer, and two stage leaf springs and twin tube valving add finesse.