2020 Chevrolet High Country Picture – 2020 chevrolet high country
Pricing for the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is now accessible on the company’s build-your-own tool, and we’re a bit aghast in one accurate configuration: The cheapest 3.0L Duramax turbodiesel I-6 will bulk $45,200. Accessible on four trims, Chevrolet says the Duramax costs a reasonable $3,890 added than the 2.7L turbocharged I-4 that comes accepted on the LT and RST and aloof $2,495 added than the abject 5.3L V-8 in the LTZ and High Country.
However, selecting the agent on the cheapest agreement accessible with the agent (LT Double Cab 2WD) requires a binding $395 Trailering Package, $2,025 Convenience Package, and $395 automated locking rear differential. That brings the absolute bulk exceptional to $6,705 about to the optionless LT. It’s accurate that the agent is alone $3,890 added big-ticket than an LT already able with the aloft features, but it’s about a bit black to see GM resort to the “mandatory option” business tactic.
The adventure is hardly bigger with the Silverado RST, whose cheaper Convenience Package appraisement brings the Duramax turbodiesel’s exceptional bottomward to $6,560 about to an RST with no options. And with attention to the LTZ and High Country, the agent agent is absolutely priced analogously to the alternative 6.2L V-8, at $2,495 added than the abject 5.3L V-8—thankfully with no required-selection caveats. Each of the aloft bulk premiums holds accurate behindhand of cab, bed, or drive selection.
If it were our cash, we’d go for a 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT 4WD aggregation cab/short bed, optioned with the technologically avant-garde Duramax diesel. To the binding selections, we’d add the Convenience Package II, which includes a power-sliding rear window, 120V outlets in the bed and apparatus panel, beyond infotainment system, SiriusXM, and a rearview mirror camera.