2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
There are a number of great features that make this truck so special, and for 2011 the following new items have been added to the already great lineup that is currently available. OnStar version 9.0 with advanced voice recognition technology, wind reduction through enhancements on the body and chassis, the replacement of Carbon Flash Metallic as one of the primary colors on the exterior being replaced by Steel Green Metallic, and the offering of Victory Red and Magna Steel Metallic by the manufacturer as a choice for special models or promotions.
The Silverado Hybrid also makes a return for the new model year with a 25% improvement in the overall fuel economy while still keeping the formidable capabilities afforded by this truck line such as the 6200 pound towing capacity. A complete list of the details is available through a separate release on this model.
GM engineers have built the Silverado model using their full size truck blueprint. It has one of the smoothest rides in the industry for a truck and offers the best in handling while still being able to deliver the same kind of power users expect from a pickup.
Three separate cab styles are available with this model: regular, extended and crew cab, with box length of 5 foot 8 inches, 6 foot 6 inches and 8 foot respectively. There are also 4 trim levels being offered as well: WT, LS (crew cab only), LT and LTZ. In addition both 2WD and 4WD versions will be marketed to customers as well.
The Silverado for 2011 remains one of Chevrolet’s most popular vehicles. This dependable and long lasting pickup truck still is a favorite of consumers everywhere, and with the number of new features that have been integrated, this trend will likely continue for the foreseeable future.