2019 Chevy Silverado | Jim Price Chevy
2019 Chevy Silverado | Jim Price Chevrolet
The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado Makes a Bold Statement Introduced in 1998, the Silverado is one of the most recognizable full-size pickup trucks by General Motors. Known for its excellent towing capacity, the Silverado is the first choice of hundreds of thousands of families around the world. The Silverado proves every person who thinks that huge pickups are sluggish, ugly giants that are meant to be just working dogs, wrong. The latest version of the Silverado is equipped with modern safety features that become your sentinels on the road. The pickup also gets a redesigned stylish, yet practical interior. The 2019 Chevy Silverado has already hit showrooms in Charlottesville and other parts of the country. We, in this post, will give you not one but three reasons why the pickup deserves a place in your garage. 1. Safety features The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is no ordinary pickup. Unlike many other full-size pickups that include just basic safety features, the Silverado is equipped with a range of driver assist and safety features such as Forward Collision Alert, Front Pedestrian Braking, and Low Speed Automatic Forward Braking. While Forward Collision Alert alerts you to a potential collision with a vehicle in front of your Silverado, Low Speed Automatic braking applies the brakes if you fail to react to repeated frontal collision warnings by the system. When the system detects a pedestrian in front of your Silverado, Front Pedestrian Braking issues alerts. If you fail to respond to these alerts, the system may apply the brakes. 2. Towing capacity Want to transport a small boat or kayak? Let your Silverado take care of your towing requirements. With a mammoth towing capacity of 12,200 pounds, there are very few items the Silverado cannot tow. The Silverado has a Tow/Haul reminder feature which is a boon for forgetful drivers, who, no matter how hard they try, cannot remember to engage the Tow/Haul mode when hooking a trailer. 3. Cargo volume The 2019 Silverado’s durabed is designed to be lighter, stronger, and larger. The truck offers around 20 percent more cargo space than the competition. The bed width is considerably more than the previous versions. The Silverado offers more cargo volume in the short box than most competitors. Test drive the 2019 Chevy Silverado in Charlottesville today itself.