No problem, however, the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado turned out to be a surprisingly entertaining record for a normal sized empty truck, even in the form of Trail Boss, with its off-road shoes and proverbial skirts a few inches longer. The steering is much more direct and precise than the trucks of yesteryear, which could feel like sailing ships when they were dragged along the road. (A new sport mode calibration for the steering and throttle helps, adding weight to the first one and sensitivity to the latter). The redesigned front suspension not only helps keep the turning radius stable despite the new four inch wheelbase of the new model, but it also helps to better target the front wheels.
It’s clear Chevrolet has reworked the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado into something we’ve never seen before. There is no retro feel here it’s completely new, and in our opinion, better for it. Gone are the squared off fender flares seen on Silverado since 1973. The rounded cues continues with a swoopy character line on the front fenders and an arching window line on the rear doors. There are plenty of straight lines, too. The grid, beltline, and tailgate are all arrow straight. Chevrolet also improved functionality by making the cargo bed larger. The popular short box, with 63 cubic feet of volume, which Chevrolet says is 20 percent more than its competitors’ 2018 short bed trucks. The wheel wells has been pushed apart from nearly seven inches, making it even easier to fit 4×8 sheets of plywood or drywall into the bed. Every 2020 Chevrolet Silverado comes with more and stronger tie downs. There are now 12 fixed tie downs and 500 pounds before bending double the capacity of the previous truck. In addition, there are nine movable tie downs that offer more flexibility in cargo management. To compete with the Ram’s clever RamBox system. They offer almost seven cubic feet of lockable storage. Other new features include a 120 volt household power outlet near the tailgate. Chevrolet’s super handy CornerStep bumper is now larger to better fit steel toed boots. The extra area also makes finding the step easier when climbing out of the bed. The familiar trim levels carry over for 2019, goal Chevrolet has injected more visual separation between them.
The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado is completely new, though it is not a massively drastic change from the previous Chevrolet Silverado. The dash features a two tone design in upper trim levels, along with bucket seats and a full length center console. Lower trims come with a black or gray dash and a 40/20/40 split bench seat. Impressively, Chevrolet has made the 7.0 inch MyLink standard infotainment system, even in the Work Truck grade base. The 8.0 inch MyLink system is available in mid-level and in the LTZ and High Country trims. The redesigned steering wheel looks more high class but comes with familiar controls. The column shifter is only part of the truck. It still features a toggle switch for manually shifting gears and a button on the end for the Tow/Haul fashion. A revised gauge cluster offers digital gauges vehicle stats, much like the outgoing GMC Sierra. The center stack is redesigning simplistically arranges the MyLink controls, HVAC knobs, and a row of toggle switches for ancillary equipment like sensors parking, auto stop/start, traction control, downhill descent control, and on those equipped with the power operated tailgate, button for raising and lowering. The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado offers tones of storage space. The dashboard’s double glove box returns, there are pockets on the side of the console, the under armrest is larger, and there are even secret storage boxes hidden under the cushions in the rear seat. Yep, Inside the backrest of the rear seats in the rear of the cab and the rear of the cab. Another storage spot lurks under the folding seat bottoms in the second row. It holds 24 liters of water and is enough for a gallon of milk and long enough for fishing rods.
Despite the debut of the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado in Detroit, Chevrolet is wary of the details of the powertrain. The “official” news is that the V-8’s 5.3 liter and 6.2 liter are “new” and comes with six cylinder turbodiesel and 3.0 liter. The 10 speed automatic transmission will be premium, becoming probably the eight speed automatic current in the standard gearbox. The details of the V-8 include the new Chevrolet dynamic fuel management actively off any number of cylinders, not only four, to save fuel when not total power is needed. For example, the V-8 can work with six, four or even two cylinders. We knew that General Motors was developing this technology in early 2015. At the time, it was called Dynamic Skip Fire. Regarding the exhaust note, said cabin 2020 Chevrolet Silverado equipped with very thick soundproofing to fight against unpleasant noises when they are not in V-8 mode. In addition to dynamic fuel management, the V-8 continues to use direct fuel injection and variable valve timing. The big news, however, is the new 3.0 liter 2020 Chevrolet Silverado six cylinder in line turbodiesel. The only information that Chevrolet announced on the new engine is that it will be paired exclusively with the new 10 speed automatic transmission. Beyond that, we just know it will be the first Chevrolet Trailblazer six cylinder since the completion of the 2009 4.2 liter SUV and Atlas I-6 production. However, it’s quite easy to speculate the new light turbodiesel. Chevrolet It will have to be competitive against 3.0 liter V-6 turbodiesel engines from Ram and Ford. The Ram’s EcoDiesel will generate 260 horsepower and 442 pounds of torque, while the Ford Power Stroke V-6 will generate 250 horsepower and 440 pounds of torque. Of course, the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado will come standard with rear wheel drive, but they offer partial 4 wheel drive time in every seat. The Trailboss will be delivered as standard with 4WD. As for the rear differential, the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado continues to use the G80 automatic rear differential with Eaton.
Chevrolet has not released an exact release date, but production of 2020 Chevrolet Silverado has begun and early industry experts’ estimates set a general timeline for the fall of 2018, when 2020 Chevrolet Silverado will be available. LT adjustment, prices start at $ 40,295 for RST; $ 47,395 for the LT Trail Boss 4×4 only and $ 44,495 for the LTZ. All of these models are standard double bed configurations, with the double cabin double bed $ 2,400 more. The flagship model of High Country, offered only in a small bed for the crew, costs $ 54,495. The High Country model, which includes new features such as push button start, start stop technology, lane departure warning, side blind zone warning, advanced towing system, upgraded LED exterior lighting and tailgate, increase MSRP of only $ 1,000. All prices include destination fees.