The new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD was engineered from the ground up to meet the needs of those who need a functional and comfortable work truck. A job site-ready design and innovative features like an integrated BedStep between the cab and the rear wheel helps deliver the functionality your business demands from a heavy-duty full-size pickup. Enhanced trailering systems and GCWR also help make this the most durable, most capable Silverado HD ever.
THE 2020 Chevrolet Silverado is the most durable, most capable Silverado HD available. The All-New Silverado HD is ready for work. There are two heavy-duty powertrain options, the new technologies for confident towing, and a stronger, more significant, and a more functional Durabed, as it was built to take on the hardest jobs its thrown at it.
THE DRIVE TO GET THE JOB DONE:
The new Silverado HD offers two impressive engines explicitly designed to meet the demands of heavy-duty truck customers. The all-new 6.6L V8 gas engine with upgraded 6-speed automatic transmission. It has 401 horsepower and 464 lb.-ft. of torque, Cast-iron engine block for durability and Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing.
Available in the Duramax 6.6L is the Turbo-Diesel V8 with an all-new Allison 10 speed automatic transmission. It has 445 horsepower and 910 lb.-ft. of torque, a Legendary Duramax power and dependability and Available Segment first integrated Power Take Off (Late Availability). Towing takes more than just torque and horsepower, and it also takes a combination of capability and technology.
TAKE ON BIG-TIME TOWING WITH CONFIDENCE:
It has more capability across the entire line-up, the Silverado HD can tow heavy loads without going out of its way to over-perform. The 2500 Crew Cab 4WD has an impressive maximum towing of 18,500 lbs. for the conventional and fifth-wheel gooseneck. The maximum tows increase by 52% to a segment which supports 35,500 lbs making the 2020 Silverado HD the most efficient truck in the HD segment.
BUILT TO STAND UP TO THE TOUGHEST JOBS:
With it, the high-strength steel hits it where it counts. It is built on the foundation of high-strength steel, and the all-New Silverado HD delivers the strength of being able to handle heavy-duty tasks. It has engineered seven different types of steel, each gauge chosen maximizes capability for a truck that’s ready to work for many years to come.
It has more cargo volume than any other competitor. The Durabed on the Silverado HD is the most practical bed in its class. It is made with high-strength steel, it features a 12 standard tie-down bed and also offers an LED cargo area for the lighting and a built-in 120-volt outlet with a more significant corner step rear bumper, and it also has an all-new side BedStep between the cab and the rear wheel.
They are rolling out the 2020 Silverado 2500, and 3500 HD pickups — max towing 35,500 pounds, Chevy wants to take names and kick tailgates. The new pickups boast quiet, refined and quiet power and it has a brand new 6.6L gasoline V8. The 6.6L gasoline V8 complements the Silverado’s stalwart Duramax diesel.
Anybody can appreciate the 910 pound-feet of torque pouring through the 10-speed Allison heavy-duty automatic transmission that the vehicle offers. The 6.6L diesel’s power also has shone through pulling the 14,000-pound trailer on narrow, twisting roads and up and down hills as well. The roomy crew cab is comfortable and quiet throughout.
Chevy is still working on an interior look that feels worthy of the pickups that are the brand’s dependable top-of-the-line vehicles. The Silverado HD pickups use the latest electronics available to keep the trailers stable, even manages to adjust the steering feel. The trailer does well in secondary roads, sweeping highways, unpaved surfaces, long hills and declines, and tricky towing exercises.
Chevy has a 6.6L V8 Duramax diesel the big brother to the I-6 3.0L Duramax which debuts in the 2020 Silverado 1500 light-duty pickup it’s smooth and quiet. Drivers and passengers barely hear any audible in the cabin, whether unladen at highway speed or towing a massive trailer to a worksite. The 2500 and 3500 HDs are legally classified as medium-duty trucks, and it offers eight digital cameras that provide every trailer view you can imagine, and some it took a room full of engineers to think of.
The “transparent trailer,” for example, has a view that combines the feeds from several cameras that shows what’s next to and what’s behind the trailer. The view modifies when drivers turn to show what’s alongside the trailer, making it easier to navigate in tight spaces. The eight digital cameras provide 15 views in total.
You can search the inventory of Silverado Chevrolet’s at Miami Lakes Automall. Make sure to stop by for a test drive and see if this model and make is the car for you.