2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Specs Info And Update
2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. Some news related to powertrain as GM decided to update it for the 2019 model year. In fact only mid-level and high-level trims will receive new additions and updates, while the base remains the same. But some great news is the debut of the new eight-speed automatic transmission system.
Silverado must soldier on as a reliable backbone with a wide range of body styles and features to fit most any truck shopper. New paint colors, re-assembled options, and complete elimination of 6-speed automatic transmission for more sophisticated 8-speed automatic.
These 2019 updates will follow the update of the 2018 core model that included the fresh design. The GMC version of this pickup was also updated and the Sierra 1500. This was the first notable change since this fully redesigned pickup was redesigned for the 2014 model. Silverado’s No. 2 sales to Ford F-150 in this segment are very profitable.
But while F-150 sales grew by 5% in the first quarter of 2018, sales of 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 were stagnant compared to the same period last year. Meanwhile, the No. 3 seller in the class, Fiat Chrysler Ram 1500, a large 12 percent. Some of GM’s full-size sales have been removed by Chevrolet cars and a medium-sized greek canyon. This report covers 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500; heavy frequencies such as Silverado 2500 and 3,500 tons are available.
The latest 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 retains most of its last appearance but still manages to throw in a lot of new ones to make us happy with the look. The front end of the car has a new angular bumper design that looks more aggressive looking. The network follows the same type of design as the existing model. Headlamps also receive some innovations, with the lowest specifications of which get the HIDs and the highest increases received by LED units.
But the daytime LED lighting feature is available for all trim levels and comes as a standard option. There are also certain cages depending on the level of trim. The WT has a black plastic grille and black bumper used. The Lotte model has a lot of chrome to the outside and large chrome wheels. The LTZ has a full display of LED headlamps, turn signals and rear lights and also fog lights.
The Hi-Country model has some custom-designed chrome grille, while the LZZ with the Z71 package has the most distinctive look with a monochrome design that sports body color out of the car. Inside the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 does not include drastic changes. In fact, it mostly keeps the same kind of design that we had before with the software update as something innovative just made.
But there are some things that can do well for the truck now and there are some long-awaited parts placed inside. The entertainment information system in the mid and high-level decks has Apple Carplay available now. If you want to use the robot cars, you can do this by upgrading to a 7 inch touch screen information and entertainment.
There will still be a flat loading floor behind the first row seats as you can also lift the bench and make more storage available this way. There are more storage places and cup holders placed here now and also a USB port with 12 volts outlets for chargers and your phones. The new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 comes with a 110 volt AC outlet.
As noted, the 8-speed automatic transmission should become standard equipment on all models of the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2019. We expect engine options to stand. Standard on all but the LTS and Highland will have a 4.3-liter V-6 with 285 horsepower and 305 lb-ft of torque. Standard on the LTS and High Country and about $1200 on all other models, you can get what, by far, the most popular engine on this truck: 5.3-liter V-8 with 355 horsepower and 383-torque.
Available for about $2,500 on the Tiz and High Country is the 6. 2-liter V-8 with 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. The engine is shared with the Pickup, GMC Sierra Denali and the large Cadillac Escalade SUV. Rear-wheel drive is standard. A full 4WD will be available on the dry dock for an additional $3,150. The system includes low-level heavy-duty off-road processing.
When properly equipped, the maximum pull capacity at 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is 12,000 pounds strong. Probably for less trim models, thanks to the 8-speed automatic. Curiously, 2018 EPA ratings were slightly lower for 5.3 liter V8 models fitted with 8 speeds than those with 6 speeds. This may reflect the higher curb weights of the LTS and upper country droplets, and the only versions available with 8 speeds for ’16.
The 8-speed V-6 should help the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 beat the ratings ’16 from the 20 mpg highway city along with the 19-wheel drive back and 4WD. It may or may not change for a V-8 5.3 liter capacity with 8 speeds, which is rated 18 mpg with a rear engine and 17 with 4WD (versus 19 and 18, respectively, with 6 speeds).
With a 6. 2-liter V-8, Chevy will try to take advantage of the 8-speed ’16-rated ratings of the 17 mpg highway along with both the rear and the four-wheel drive. The V-6 and 5.3 V-8 will once again use Regular 87-octane gasoline or E85 ethanol fuel mixture. GM will again recommend premium class 91 octane gasoline for 6. 2 V-8. Both V-8 engines will come back equipped with GM’s active fuel management that closes four cylinders under cruising and light load conditions in order to save fuel.
2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 starts the regular cabins at $28,090, including the $1,195 destination fee. A 4WD out-of-country high-paying vehicle (a cab crew only) with a $1,095 premium package (front impact alert, lane keep help, help beam high). $2,495 6. 2-liter V-8; paint-out cost ($395- $995); 22-inch wheels ($2,995) will be higher than $60,000, giving or taking a grand or two. The vehicle should be the most modest 4WD Lotte cab crew, which should represent the majority of non-fleet sales, adhesive for about $46,000.