Chevrolet Silverado

3 Things You Should Know About the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado

If you do work that requires hauling and transporting a lot of equipment, you know how valuable a good truck can be. They’re the best vehicles for moving tools and supplies or hauling a small camper for a weekend in the woods. They are also excellent family vehicles.

If you’re in the market for a new car, you know you have tons of options to consider. One of those options is the new Chevrolet Silverado. 

Before you decide to go out and buy one of the new models, you should see what features it has. Here are three important things to consider before buying a new Chevy.

The 2022 Chevrolet Silverado’s New Style

The 2022 Chevrolet Silverado has an eye-catching, brand-new interior. It’s a stark change from the 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. The dated, droopy panels and aluminum accents are gone in the new model. 

The new design uses slim accents in a horizontal design that accentuates the width of the dashboard.

The new look provides a breath of fresh air that lends an aura of refinement. The truck still has hard plastic that is visible in some places. It’s even present in the luxury style of the High Country trim. 

However, the thin lines and the wood paneling will make you forget that it’s there. The 2022 model is a far cry from last year’s Silverado.

It Has Impressive Performance and Towing Capability

The Custom Trail Boss trim comes with three options for motors. The base motor option is a 2.7-liter turbocharged inline-4 model that generates 210 horsepower. This motor isn’t the best option for long-distance hauling.

The 3.0-liter Duramax diesel inline-6 motor is a decent option, but its performance is only slightly better than the base model. That’s why you should pick the 5.3-liter EcoTec3 V8 motor. It produces 355 horsepower and 383 lbs/ft of torque. 

The V8 motor also comes with a 10-speed automatic and 4WD drivetrain. Equipped with this motor, this truck can tow up to 9,100 lbs. The power in this motor will make towing a breeze

The torque also makes the truck handle well. The 10-speed automatic makes changing gears fast, without losing the smoothness of the ride. 

Mediocre Fuel Efficiency

The motor, combined with the heavy curb weight and off-road features impacts its fuel efficiency. If you’re looking for Chevrolet Silverado incentives, this isn’t one of them. The truck only gets 14MPG in the city and 17MPG on the highway. 

It has a better fuel economy than some of its competitors, but it is still far from cost-effective. If you like all of the other features this truck offers, then it should still be worth it for you. 

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The new Chevrolet Silverado has some excellent qualities when it comes to looks and power. Its fuel economy isn’t the best, but its good points outweigh the bad. You’ll be able to tow heavy loads and look good doing it in this truck.

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