Diesel World - - Feature -

be a pow­er­ful lit­tle diesel pow­er­plant. It may only be dream­ing, but we’re go­ing to hold onto that dream un­til they tell us oth­er­wise.

Maybe we don’t all think of Chevro­let as the diesel king in Amer­ica, but with the ad­di­tion of the 3.0L Du­ra­max in the Silverado 1500 the com­pany re­ally is. Chevy now of­fers more diesel en­gines in more seg­ments and mod­els than any other brand on Amer­i­can shores. Diesel en­gines are avail­able in the Equinox, Cruze, Colorado, Ex­press, Silverado 1500, Silverado HD and up­com­ing Silverado medium-duty mod­els.

More Op­tions

Chevy built the new Silverado with the idea that each truck cus­tomer wants the per­fect truck for him or her­self, and not a “one size fits most” truck. That idea, which you can see to­day with the many model op­tions on the Colorado, turned into of­fer­ing eight dis­tinct mod­els of the Silverado for 2019. Th­ese var­i­ous mod­els fit into three cat­e­gories: High Value, High Vol­ume and High Fea­ture.

The High Value trucks are the Work Truck, Cus­tom and Cus­tom Trail­boss. We ad­mit that the sim­ple front grille on the Work Truck, with a prom­i­nent “Chevro­let” stamped into it, looks re­ally good and is prob­a­bly some­thing many cus­tomers will change out their higher trim level truck grilles for, or look to the af­ter­mar­ket for a sim­i­lar op­tion. The durable vinyl or cloth seats are also a great op­tion for a wide range of cus­tomers whether they’re trans­port­ing a con­struc­tion crew or a fam­ily.

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