Known for its high max towing capacity, the new Silverado HD brings brute force like you’ve never seen. Its Duramax 6.6-liter Turbo-Diesel V-8 engine pumps out 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque. That’s enough power to haul five Silverado HDs. Yes, five. All thanks to its 36,000-pound maximum towing capacity.
The Silverado HD is a workhorse through and through. In more ways than you might think.
Most Functional Bed in Its Class
Power meets finesse in the new Chevrolet Silverado HD. Those useful CornerSteps introduced in 2015 get a partner with integrated side bed steps that help you access the front end of the Silverado HD’s Durabed.
The Durabed offers the most cargo volume of any non-GM heavy-duty competitor, and shows up ready to work. Loaded with 12 standard die-downs, available LED lighting, and a built-in 120-volt outlet, you won’t find a harder working heavy-duty bed.
The Little Things
The Silverado HD is hard work to its core — in every nook and cranny.
One specific nook, or maybe it’s a cranny? Let’s go with nook. The rear seatback nook offers storage for smaller tools. Lift up the rear seat bench and find a 24-liter cranny to house even more small to medium sized tools.
The new Silverado HD is helpful inside and out. Speaking of out, the Silverado HD’s final hard-working detail is its mirrors. These door-mounted trailering mirrors fold, extend, and offer up to four types of lighting.
The new Chevy Silverado HD is built to work. Front to back, inside and out. Not only does it work hard, but it works smart with tons of trailer safety tech to help get the job done.
Get yourself a heavy-duty truck that works as hard as you at Garber Chevrolet Saginaw. You can see our complete Silverado HD lineup online or give us a call with any questions.