2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD Price is Lower Than Before

The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD hasn’t hit the dealerships yet, but we already know that it will be cheaper than the previous year’s model, at least for some grades; that’s what we know from pricing details revealed by the American automaker.

Starting at $35,695 including the $1,595 delivery fee, the new-gen Silverado HD comes with rear-wheel drive, a long bed, and a regular cab for the entry-level Work Truck trim. This is a better deal than before as it costs $300 less than the 2019 Silverado 2500HD. If you choose the Silverado 2500HD with crew cab and regular bed, the price will rise to $39,895 for the Work Truck trim, and that’s the same price applied to the outgoing model. Configuring with a long bed bumps up the cost to $40,095. Basically, all grades with a long bed costs an additional $200.

Moving up to the new Custom trim, it will set you back $42,395, while the LT trim is priced from $43,395 or $1,800 cheaper than the outgoing truck. One that is more expensive is the LTZ, costing $52,095 or $1,100 more than the previous generation. The range-topping High Country is also more costly at $62,695, exceeding the last year’s model by $5,300. All prices mentioned are for models configured with a crew cab. The High Country exclusively comes with a crew cab, while the other grades can be owned in double cabs aside from the LTZ.

2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD Price is Lower Than Before

The Chevy Silverado 2500HD has dropped its 6.0-liter V8 in favor of a new 6.6-liter V8 that cranks out 401 hp and 464 lb-ft of torque. The petrol engine is standard on all trims. If you want a better option, a 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel V8 is also available with an Allison 10-speed automatic transmission; with this engine the Silverado HD will become a 35,500-pound-towing-monster.

As for the Silverado 3500HD, the most affordable option is priced at $36,895. It will give you the regular cab with a long bed. Crew cab option costs $41,095 for the Work Truck, $44,595 for the LT, $45,295 for the LTZ, and $63,895 for the High Country. Customers selecting crew cabs with the long bed can also opt to get a dual rear axle for $1,200 more. Just like the 2500HD, the long bed for the 3500HD will costs an extra $200.

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