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What’s Not to Like about the 2018 Chevy Silverado

2018 Chevy Silverado

With all the excitement surrounding the introduction of its 2019 overhaul, countless Chevy truck enthusiasts are holding on to their trade-ins for another few months. That said, those with more urgent plans can rest assured that the 2018 Chevy Silverado ‘brings a lot to the party’ that you can get excited about. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look.

Whether sought as a bare-bones Work Truck or explored fully-loaded, the iconic Silverado stands as Chevy’s best-selling offering for good reason. First, consider the fact that the Silverado is a cornerstone of Chevy’s three-year standing as J.D. Power & Associates ‘Most Dependable’ automaker.

Secondly, the Silverado itself (in 1500, 2500HD or 3500HD variants) has what it takes to get any job done. Offering ‘Best-in-Class’ V8 horsepower, fuel economy and plenty of towing power, the Silverado family can also offer up to 445 hp, 910 lb-ft of torque and pull up to 23,300 LBS. That alone says plenty about its capabilities, beckoning you to explore it more closely.

And it’s worth saying that Chevy badging can equate to one of the most well-equipped experiences offered up by any of today’s vehicles. Chevy excels at the standardization of available technologies, from Bluetooth connectivity and infotainment to the availability of WiFi. And Chevy’s trucks are not exempt from this particular aptitude. Whether you value the connectivity for mobile office use or need to entertain your family, the Silverado can be configured to be as welcoming as it is functional.

For a look at some of the features that make the 2018 Chevy Silverado so worthy of consideration, check out this video from YouTube channel Truck Central, profiling the LTZ with a Z71 Package and Centennial Edition badging.

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