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For over 100 years, Chevrolet has been making some of the very best trucks on the road, creating a legacy that most other manufacturers would have a hard time living up to. The lineup of new Chevy trucks builds on that impressive pedigree and offers fantastic options for pretty much everyone. Whether you are looking for a great midsize option, a standard full-size pickup, or a beastly heavy-duty number, Chevy has you covered. And with lots of different trim levels and engine options available, there is bound to be a new Chevy truck perfect for you.
Of course, choosing the right Chevy pickup really comes down to figuring out just what you are looking for and meeting that need. The Colorado is a great starter option, with a powerful midsize design that still affords surprising towing and payload capacity. Many of our customers find the standard Silverado 1500 to be their best option, since it provides full-size power and performance, without going overboard. If you need the very best level of performance, however, then the Silverado HD pickups are the way to go – with power and towing that can handle anything you throw at them.
Here at Frank Kent Country, we love the entire lineup of new Chevy trucks. Come visit us and see them for yourself, or keep reading to learn more about your options.
When looking at new Chevy trucks, the 2020 Colorado is a great place to start, especially if you are not sure that a full-size model is right for you. This is Chevy’s midsize pickup, so it is a great fit if you need a truck that is a bit smaller to fit into a more modest lifestyle. While you might think that a midsize truck means you have to sacrifice all options for decent power, the Colorado is decidedly not a weak truck. It still brings a lot of power to the table and plenty of options for you to choose from.
There are three different engines available on the 2020 Chevy Colorado, which is not the most among new Chevy trucks, but still gives you a lot of flexibility. These include a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine that offers up to 200 hp and 191 lb-ft of torque, which can give you up to 3,500 lbs of towing capacity. There is also an available 2.8L Turbo-Diesel with up to 369 lb-ft of torque, which gives you up to 7,700 lbs of towing capacity. For a midsize pickup, that is a lot of power and ensures that you can still get plenty of work done with this truck.
You can choose from several different trims with the 2020 Colorado, including the ZR2. If you are looking at new Chevy trucks with going off-road in mind, then the ZR2 is a great choice that features Multimatic shocks and front and rear electronic locking differentials for an optimal off-road experience. The Colorado also comes with great safety features including StabiliTrak with electronic traction control and numerous airbags. Available safety features include rear park assist, a forward collision alert, and a lane departure warning all designed to keep you safe.
The 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500, sometimes simply referred to as the Silverado, is the perfect middle-of-the-road vehicle. It is a full-size truck, which makes it a great option if you want something larger than the Colorado, but it is not a heavy-duty model. This means that it comes in at a lower starting price and still offers tremendous power and performance befitting a full-size pickup. While the heavy-duty Silverado trucks are fantastic, there is no reason to worry about them if the standard Silverado is powerful enough for your needs.
There are eight trims and five engines available for the 2020 Chevy Silverado, so this is the perfect example of how new Chevy trucks give you a lot of freedom in getting exactly what you want and need. In fact, one of those engines actually has two different options available for it, so you could see it as six overall engines for you to choose from. No matter what you are looking for in terms of power and performance from your engine, you can find it with the Silverado. From a 4.3L V6 engine that offers up to 285 hp and 305 lb-ft of torque, to a massive 6.2L V8 engine that provides up to 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque.
There is even a 3.0L Turbo-Diesel engine available if you prefer a diesel option, which offers great fuel economy and impressive towing capacity. When properly equipped and configured, the 2020 Silverado can get up to 13,400 lbs of maximum towing or up to 2,250 lbs of maximum payload capacity. If you need more than that, then a heavy-duty option is the way to go, but otherwise, this is the new Chevy truck that will treat you right and give you everything you need.
Now we come to the big beasts of the new Chevy truck lineup, and we say that with all possible affection because we love these trucks. While not everyone needs a heavy-duty pickup, for those of our customers that require that level of power, the 2020 Chevy Silverado HD models are undoubtedly the way to go. There are two consumer models available here: the 2500HD and the 3500HD, and both of them have been updated and improved for the 2020 model year.
Although there are only two engines available, that is not a bad thing because the power and performance they offer are more than sufficient for anyone shopping for new Chevy trucks for optimal towing or payload. The standard option is a massive 6.6L V8 engine that provides up to 401 hp and 464 lb-ft of torque, which is paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. However, if that will not get your job done, then there is an available 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine, which offers up to 445 hp and 910 lb-ft of torque, plus it is paired with a 10-speed Allison automatic transmission for a fantastic driving experience.
In terms of performance, both of these heavy-duty pickups can handle a tremendous amount of work, and the right one for you will really depend on exactly what you need. The 2500HD, when properly equipped, has a maximum payload of up to 3,979 lbs; while a properly configured 3500HD can offer up to 7,442 lbs of maximum payload. Meanwhile, the 2500HD can have up to 18,500 lbs of towing capacity with the available diesel engine and the right configuration, while the 3500HD can get up to 20,000 lbs of towing.
If you are interested in gooseneck or 5th wheel towing, however, that is where the 3500HD truly shines. With a gooseneck setup, the 2500HD caps out at 18,500 lbs of towing, just like with a conventional setup; the 3500HD, however, can haul up to 35,500 lbs of weight behind it with a gooseneck. As you can see, the heavy-duty Silverado models are built to get work done, and they can handle anything you throw at them.