The 2020 Silverado 2500HD comes in five trims, the Work Truck (WT), the Custom, the LT, the LTZ, and the High Country.
Design Elements of the 2500HD
Starting with the dependable Work Truck, the Silverado HD comes with your choice of two powerful engines and twelve cargo tie-downs. The Custom Silverado has a sleek, body-color grille bar, LED signature taillamps, power adjustable trailering mirrors, and high-gloss black bumpers. It stands high on 20-inch machine-aluminum wheels. The LT is a classic beauty with chrome bumpers and center grille bar. It comes with a standard EZ Lift tailgate and an integrated trailer brake controller. Second to the top is the LTZ with prominent chrome accents, including the grille bar, mirror caps, door handles, and grille inserts. LED headlamps, taillamps, along with daytime running lamps and fog lamps, provide the glitz and glow from daybreak to twilight.
Show-Stopping Style on a Tough Truck
Finally, the High Country tops the charts with the height of luxury and capability. The iconic Chevrolet bowtie emblem is worn as a badge of honor on its front grille. Chrome assist steps help you climb into this massive truck that sits on 20-inch polished aluminum wheels. Standard features include the Chevy-tec spray-on bed liner, Chevy’s innovative safety package, and LED cargo lighting. The power up/down tailgate is also standard, making it easy to manage your new truck as you hitch up for a heavy tow. You can’t get much better than a High Country Silverado HD for 2020.
Increased Field of Vision
The Silverado offers camera packages that provide up to 15 different views. These include four available hitch views, six available driving views, and five available parking views. Along with a close-up of the receiver hitch, see a birds-eye view of your truck with the surround view and a rear top-down view of the clearance between the truck bed and surrounding objects. While driving, take advantage of the transparent trailer view that lets you see through a hitched box or camping trailer. For extra help with parking or maneuvering, the front camera view displays guidelines for assistance.
With so many different views, especially parking views, this large truck isn’t as intimidating to control. This offers the advantage of being able to protect your truck from costly accidents. Not only will you save money by avoiding preventable crashes, but you’ll also enjoy a newer-looking truck for longer that is free from needless scrapes and dents. Parking is faster and easier with the help of high-tech cameras at every angle.
Going the Distance with the MyChevrolet App
Even when you’re away from your new Silverado, the MyChevrolet mobile app makes it possible to connect to your vehicle. Start or stop your vehicle, sound its alarm or lock and unlock the doors, all from a distance. If you’re having trouble finding your vehicle, see its location on a map. Stay in tune with the status of your vehicle’s fuel range, oil life, tire pressure, and odometer. Using the MyChevrolet Skill for Alexa or my Chevrolet Action for Google Assistant, your vehicle can even respond to voice commands remotely.
Additionally, the MyChevy App lets you schedule service, access your truck’s owner’s manual, and manage your WiFi Hotspot. Perform a visual inspection of your trailer lights by activating your brake lights and signals through the app. Using the dynamic load calculator, you can determine the combined weight of your cargo and trailer. A variety of other owner resources are also included with the app, like rewards, how-to videos, and marketplace to shop your favorite vendors. The smart driver feature provides key insights into your driving behavior and even has the potential to help you score auto insurance discounts. The MyChevy Mobile App makes it easy to maintain your new vehicle and get the most use out of its impressive capability.
Keeping You Safe as You Go
Several advanced driver-assistance technologies are available on the new 2020 Silverado 2500HD, and Chevy isn’t shy about including them as standard and available starting at the lower trim levels. Your new Silverado will be your best friend on the road, giving you a heads up when danger is imminent. Front pedestrian braking alerts the driver, and may even brake automatically to prevent a pedestrian collision. If a vehicle ahead is detected to be dangerously close, forward automatic braking reduces the risk of a front-end collision. Using forward-looking cameras, adaptive cruise control helps you maintain a safe distance from the rest of traffic. By adjusting to the ebb and flow of the rate of travel, you won’t need to worry about braking and accelerating as often.
Lane change alert with side blind zone alert helps prevent crashes when vehicles are in your blind spot. Lane keep assist with lane departure warning gently steers your vehicle back into the center of the lane when drifting off course without your turn signal. When you’re backing up, the rear cross traffic alert helps you identify traffic or obstructions behind you. While none of these technologies is a substitute for attentive driving habits, they can help you stay safer on the road. Additionally, the available 15-inch multi-color heads up display to keep your eyes on the road while getting all alerts, along with helpful navigation and speed information.
Feel more confident trailering with Chevy’s advanced tools. The StabiliTrak electronic stability control system makes for a smoother ride over rocky roads. Set your truck into tow/haul mode for added control when you’re moving some serious weight. Digital variable steering assist is available to improve precision while navigating. It has the uncanny ability to automatically adjust your steering to reduce the effort required for different road conditions, speed, and other inputs.
If you’re stopped on a hill, park grade hold assist keeps your truck firmly in place by enhancing the brakes on all four wheels. Finally, auto grade braking ensures a safe drive until you reach your destination to unload. These innovative features help you stay safe while carrying a heavy tow through rough terrain. Afterall, what good is having a heavy-duty truck if you’re too nervous to take advantage of its full capability? A well-equipped Silverado 2500HD will put your mind at ease. Its combination of trailering safety features provides the perfect set-up for success. Altogether, these combined features will make that 18,500 lbs of towing capacity feel like nothing.