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.
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.