If you’re interested in owning one of the strongest and most durable Chevy trucks to date, then look no further than the upcoming 2015 Silverado 3500HD. Available for purchase in early 2014, this strong beast is guaranteed to set a new industry-wide benchmark for large truck performance. This truck will pull 23,000 lbs or less without even struggling, due largely to an advance toe-hitch design, along with state of the art exhaust braking and the all new trailer sway control. These features and more are guaranteed to grab your attention, so keep an eye out for the model’s release date.
The 2015 Silverado 3500HD has a completely redesigned and stunning interior. The ultra quiet cabin has a full on-board computer system, with brightly lit controls. The doors are now triple sealed for an airtight and temperature controlled setting. The instrument cluster has also been completely redesigned, featuring a 6 gauge interface with integrated control displays. The knobs and controls are also designed to fully accommodate thick work gloves. If all that wasn’t enough, the centerpiece of the entire interior design is a 4.2 inch color HD screen, which allows you to display a variety of informational themes related to the truck’s performance. It’s even fully customizable.
Let’s not forget about the truck’s engine. Sitting under the hood of the 2015 Silverado 3500HD lies a 6.6L V8 turbo-diesel with a high performance Allison® transmission. The truck’s shear power ensures that you’ll get any job done without even stressing the engine a little. The 6-speed automatic transmission transitions flawlessly through steep climbs, downward descents, cornering, and hauling heavy loads. With 765 lb-ft of torque pushing the truck forward, it’s really no surprise at just how well it performs.
Chevy has also fully redesigned the truck’s cargo box, making sure that it’s fully maximized for the heaviest and largest loads. Whether you’re using it for weekend fun, camping, or for work, you’ll find that the cargo box isn’t just bigger, it’s better built than ever before. The bed is fabricated out of solid steel that is roll formed, which means it’s not simply stamped. Using this process, Chevy has been able to use much higher-grade steel than ever before, with the end result being a lighter, tougher, and more durable truck bed. There are even multiple ways to strap down any size of cargo, with the bed featuring load-bearing upper hooks that can secure 250 pounds each.