The new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is a bigger thumb on the hood and the driver’s seat and roofline have risen by a similar amount. The bed rails are also higher.
The front 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is designed to move air more easily and easily, under and around the Silverado. Therefore, the most dramatic detail is the “side skid” (a design solution taken from the current Camaro) aspirating and channel air through the holes and around the front wheel, a typical problem location for vehicles with large inputs Frontale Chevrolet continues using the grille shutters that help push the air (when not required for cooling) and on the redesigned hood. The campaign itself is higher than before covering windshield wipers (which create turbulent air) and direct air on a reclassified windshield. Chains on the cabin roof air move smoothly over the surface and a lip at the aft cabin gives the air a final shot at not getting stuck on the tailgate of the bed. The tailgate has a subtle hump on the top to move air to the back of the truck. All these small details bring a significant improvement in the drag coefficient. The other important aspect for the design of this truck is below in the form of weight savings. The redesigned frame, 10% stiffer, now weighs nearly 100 pounds less. In other areas of the truck, due to the larger amount of aluminum compounds and other heavy duty and lighter steel, Chevrolet saved at 450 pounds compared to the competition from the crew cabins. That’s more than half the weight that the 2015 Ford F-150 saved when it was changed to an all aluminum body. The new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 uses more aluminum in the bonnet, the hatchback panels and doors (all with a hinge), but still has conventional stamped steel for curved panels on wheels and, above all, on the ground the structure of collection and the bed. The floor of the cab and the bed and the rear wall of both are made of high strength steel.
The most notable improvement is the repositioned steering wheel. In the previous generation, the steering wheel was slightly off center compared to the driver’s seat, which caused a lot of criticism. Now, it is centered in front of the driver as in the other pills. The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 also receives a new steering rack and electronically assisted sprocket, according to Chevrolet offers greater precision and driver comfort. Other improvements include more internal fill for all seats, more seat tracks, more space for rear passengers (all wheelbases are more now) and interior storage space. The front center console is a little larger with more space at the elbow. Rear passengers benefit from more head and leg room, a larger center armrest, and the new cab has flatter load levels. The seatbacks of all crew vans offer a hinged storage box for storing books, small electronic objects or even extra clothes. Think of it as a personal glove box for the rear passengers.
2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 truck for the first time will offer a turbocharged 4 cylinder engine in the redesigned 2019 model that will arrive at dealerships this fall. The turbocharged 2.7 liter inline 4 cylinder, which generates 310 horsepower and 348 lb-ft. of torque in the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 to 4000 rpm range, will become the standard engine in Silverado Silverado LT and the new RST, which should be high. volume models, replacing the current V6. This new engine will provide more power and 22% more torque than the 4.3 liter V6 engine. And it is expected that this will provide greater fuel economy, although officials have not provided estimates. The new 2.7 liter engine also features stop start technology and GM’s active fuel management technology or cylinder deactivation. It is coupled to an 8 speed automatic transmission. A Silverado with the new engine, which, according to Chevrolet engineers, was designed specifically for a truck, weighs 380 pounds less than the current Silverado with a 4.3 liter V6. And it reaches 0-60 mph in less than seven seconds. The 2019 Silverado will be available in six engine and transmission combinations. The longest and most spacious truck is also available in eight versions, including the new Custom Trail Boss and LT Trail Boss variants.
Chevrolet continues to offer 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 a $1,500 discount on all configurations, but this is just a start. Customers who finance through GM will also receive $ 1,000 in down payment for a total of $2,500. This level of custom equipment includes a special grant of $3,500 that can be combined with standard reimbursement (but not with prior assistance). This increases your total potential cash to $5,000 worth of solids. Your other option is a 14% discount on the manufacturer’s suggested price of any existing Silverado. The higher the price, the more you save. For example, the rebate on the LTZ of the upper platform is $ 8,167. This promotion runs until August 31 and can not be combined with any other cash incentive.