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Chevrolet has appear appraisement for the 2020 Silverado HD, and admitting alms greater adequacy and technology than the archetypal it replaces, the able auto comes at a lower starting price.
Before we get into the numbers, let’s accept a quick overview of the Silverado HD range. The able barter is offered in able 2500 or stronger 3500 guise, the closing of which is accessible as a dually. Trims, from entry-level to high-end, are Assignment Truck, Custom (exclusive to 2500), LT, LTZ, and High Country. All appear accepted 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 bearing 445 hp and a boss 910 lb-ft of aberration through a 10-speed transmission.
Now, about money: The 2020 Silverado HD 2500 will alpha at $35,695, $300 beneath than the antecedent agnate model. That’s for the entry-level Assignment Barter trim in approved cab/long bed, with the LT of the aforementioned agreement starting at $39,595.
Double cab/standard bed agreement is accessible for Assignment Barter at $38,095, Custom at $40,595, LT at $41,595, and LTZ at $50,295. Adding the continued bed increases those prices by $200.
Crew cab/standard bed starts with Assignment Barter at $39,895, Custom at $42,395, LT at $43,395, LTZ at $52,095, and High Country at $62,695. Again, the continued bed brings a $200 premium.
The 2020 Silverado HD 3500 brings altered bed/cab combinations, and alternative dually rear auto add $1,200 over standard. Approved cab/long bed starts at $36,895, and LT at $40,795. Double cab/long bed Assignment Trucks go for $39,495, and LTs for $42,995.
Crew cab/standard bed Silverado 3500s in Assignment Barter trim alpha at $41,695, LT at $44,595, LTZ at $53,295, and High Country at $63,895. Like Silverado 2500s, the continued bed costs an added $200.
These trucks are congenital for assignment and accept absorbing towing and carriage capability. Gas-powered Silverado HDs are rated to backpack a 7,466-pound burden and tow up to 17,400 pounds. Burden appraisement for agent Silverado HDs isn’t yet available, but Chevrolet is appreciative of its 52-percent access in towing capacity, now at 35,500 pounds.