2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD Priced From $35,695



More powerful than ever and packed with hardworking technology, the All-New 2020 Silverado HD is designed and engineered from the ground up to take on the most demanding jobs.

Chevrolet has announced pricing for the 2020 Silverado HD, and despite offering greater capability and technology than the model it replaces, the heavy-duty pickup comes at a lower starting price.

Before we get into the numbers, let's have a quick overview of the Silverado HD range. The heavy-duty truck is offered in a strong 2500 or stronger 3500 guise, the latter of which is available as a dually. Trims, from entry-level to high-end, are Work Truck, Custom (exclusive to 2500), LT, LTZ, and High Country. All come standard with a 6.6-liter gasoline V-8 that makes 401 hp and 464 lb-ft backed by a six-speed transmission, but any can be had with a 6.6-liter turbodiesel V-8 producing 445 hp and a mighty 910 lb-ft of twist through a 10-speed transmission.

Now, about money: The 2020 Silverado HD 2500 will start at $35,695, $300 less than the previous equivalent model. That's for the entry-level Work Truck trim in regular cab/long bed, with the LT of the same configuration starting at $39,595.

Double cab/standard bed configuration is available for Work Truck at $38,095, Custom at $40,595, LT at $41,595, and LTZ at $50,295. Adding a long bed increases those prices by $200.

Crew cab/standard bed starts with Work Truck at $39,895, Custom at $42,395, LT at $43,395, LTZ at $52,095, and High Country at $62,695. Again, the long bed brings a $200 premium.

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The 2020 Silverado HD 3500 brings diverse bed/taxi mixes, and discretionary dually back wheels include $1,200 over standard. Ordinary taxi/since quite a while ago bed begins at $36,895, and LT at $40,795. Twofold taxi/since a long time ago bed Work Trucks go for $39,495, and LTs for $42,995. 

Group taxi/standard bed Silverado 3500s in Work Truck trim begin at $41,695, LT at $44,595, LTZ at $53,295, and High Country at $63,895. Like Silverado 2500s, for quite a while ago bed costs an additional $200. 

These trucks are worked for work and have great towing and pulling ability. Gas-fueled Silverado HDs are evaluated to convey a 7,466-pound payload and tow as much as 17,400 pounds. The payload rating for diesel Silverado HD isn't yet accessible, however, Chevrolet is glad for its 52-percent expansion in towing limit, presently at 35,500 pounds. 

Between the distinctive taxi, bed, back hub, and motor blends, 80 variations are accessible—and that is before discretionary additional items. With estimating now available.

Source: Chevrolet

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